Welcome to the County of Two Hills


 Current Fire Status: AS OF JUNE 14, 2016 FIRE BAN IS LIFTED  -  Campfires and burning barrels allowed.  Fire permits will be issued at the discretion of the Fire Chief.

For more information, call our Fire Chief, Brad Straty at 780-657-3358.  For province wide information, check www.albertafirebans.com 

 

County Road Ban Status: OFF - Removed May 10, 2016 -   

Call Public Works @ 780-657-2499 for more information


**Expect Delays on Highway 36 through the Town of Two Hills

Major Road Construction June 2016 through to September 2016.  Click Here for Alberta 511 & more details

 

The County of Two Hills No. 21 is located 135 kilometers northeast of Edmonton and is bordered by the County of St. Paul No. 19 to the north, County of Lamont on the west, County of Minburn to the south and the County of Vermilion River to the east, having the County of Two Hills Office located in the Town of Two Hills.

County area:  29.06 townships of approximately 2,700 square miles; Population 2,801; Local Roads – 2,338 kilometers; Paved Secondary Highways – 104 kilometers; Unpaved Secondary Highways – 62 kilometers; Primary Highways 45, 36 and 41.

Major Economic Activities – Agriculture, Gas and Oil.

Recreation Parks – Jackfish Lake, Sandy Lake, and Lac Sante.

Visit our campgrounds!

Jackfish Lake - call 780-208-0223 to book! Click here for rates and information.  Click Here for Google Map - Directions from Two Hills.

Sandy Lake - call 780-768-2330 to book!  Click here for rates and information.  Click Here for Google Map - Directions from Two Hills.

Our County is dedicated to achieving excellence in leadership, growth, communication and services to their ratepayers and residents by providing the best quality municipal services through a democratic and responsive process that recognizes and balances the diversity of its people, land and economic resources on behalf of the entire municipality.


Mission Statement

The County of Two Hills is dedicated to achieving excellence in leadership, growth, communication and services to their ratepayers and residents by providing the best quality, municipal services through a democratic and responsive process that recognizes and balances the diversity of its people, land and economic resources on behalf of the entire municipality.

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2015 Financial Statement 

2014 Financial Statement

 

    

 

County Events Calendar