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The PAPER & CARDBOARD RECYCLING BIN....
Has Moved to:
(Across from Gazebo Park Main Entrance)
This Bin is Provided for PAPER & CARDBOARD Recycling only.
NO DUMPING of GARBAGE or Other Waste.
All abuse is Reported to the RCMP - If you notice any illegal dumping in town, please report to the Village office at 780-688-3928.
Under the Alberta Traffic Safety Act and the Village of Holden Off-Highway Vehicle Bylaw, quads, snowmobiles and other off-road vehicles are prohibited from operation in the Village unless they are driven under the following conditions:
Are you unable to complete your income tax and benefit return on your own and unable to pay for assistance?
Trained volunteers can help low-income individuals and families with simple tax situations complete their income tax free of charge.
Viking/Beaver FCSS offers General Family Counselling services through our counsellor Rupinder Bains. The program responds to:
Stress/Anxiety/Coping Difficulties, Anger Management, Marital Problems, Depression, Separation/Divorce, Parenting/Family, Behavourial Difficulties, Grief/Loss, Post Traumatic Stress, Adult Children of Alcoholics, Intergenerational Issues and more.
Holden has a number of vacant lots for sale.
- 50' x 140' or Larger
- $20,000 each
- All services close by (in the street or alley, some to property line)
- If developed within 18 months, a rebate is available on the cost of the lot ($5,000 residential / $8,000 commercial-with condition on value)
For details see the Lots for Sale section of Economic Development
Your individual situation will be assessed to determine whether you are eligible for AISH. The following list is a general guideline of the AISH eligibility criteria:
Updated income eligibility limits for the Alberta Seniors Financial Assistance Program are now available and outlined below. A fact sheet about the program and application form are both attached for your convenience.
Alberta Seniors Benefit
Disaster and emergencies can strike anytime, anywhere.
If one happened today, what would you do and who would you depend on for the next 72 hours to stay safe?
Go to http://www.aema.alberta.ca/72-hour-emergency-kit for tips on what to do, and for a "72 Hours" emergency preparation kit.