The M.D. of Provost No. 52 is currently accepting tenders to purchase

Unit #51-061 – 2013 Dodge Durango
VIN: 1C4SDJFT4EC349091
Kilometres: 205,620

Unit #51-061 is available for viewing by appointment only.
Photos available on request.
For appointments or more information, please call Len Fossen at 780-753-2168 or Marty Biro at 780-856-3654.

Tenders for any or all of the above units are to be submitted in a sealed envelope, clearly marked

“M.D. of Provost Unit #51-061 2013 Dodge Durango Disposal Tender”
and are to be addressed to:

Tyler Lawrason, Administrator
M.D. Administration Office,
Box 300; 4504 – 53rd Avenue, Provost, Alberta T0B 3S0

Tenders are to be submitted not later than 12:00 noon on Tuesday, November 27th, 2018
PLEASE NOTE: No faxes or emails accepted for tenders.
Faxed amendments will be accepted as long as the original tender is not disclosed. The M.D. reserves the right to reject any or all bids submitted or any part and the highest of any bid will not necessarily be accepted. Please include G.S.T. in the quote.
A decision will be made on Thursday, November 29th, 2018
Items purchased are sold AS IS.

Paintearth IDP and ICF Bylaws

In accordance with the Municipal Government Act R.S.A. 2000, c. M-26 (as amended), all municipalities in Alberta are mandated to prepare intermunicipal development plans and intermunicipal collaboration frameworks with their municipal neighbours by April 1st, 2020 to formalize their relationships in regards to future land use within fringe areas and intermunicipal service provision, respectively.

Consequently, the M.D. of Provost No. 52 and the County of Paintearth No. 18 gave three readings and passed two corresponding bylaws containing their Intermunicipal Development Plan and Intermunicipal Collaboration Framework in September, following a rigorous public consultation process which included landowner notification letters, separate public meetings, and separate public hearings.

To offer further detail, the Intermunicipal Development Plan defines a Fringe Area and contains regulations which directly impact the lands which are contained therein, as outlined in Appendix A of the document. The intent of this definition is not to curtail or restrict development, but rather provide a process which makes sure that potential cross-jurisdictional impacts arising from proposed development are given due consideration by all affected parties.

Moreover, the Intermunicipal Collaboration Framework codifies the current state of service provision, whether it be individually, intermunicipally, or provided by third-party contractors. The intent of the Framework is not to alter any standing agreements or levels of service provision; it is merely meant not only to fulfill a legislated requirement by the Government of Alberta but to also provide a thorough examination of the current status of services between the M.D. and the County in order to better serve their respective ratepayers in the future.

If you wish, please read through the Intermunicipal Development Plan and Intermunicipal Collaboration Framework, which are attached below. If there are any questions, comments, or concerns, please forward them to Lauren Grosky, Intern to the C.A.O., at the M.D. of Provost Administration Office, or by email at lgrosky@mdprovost.ca.

MD of Provost - Paintearth ICF PDF

MD of Provost - Paintearth IDP PDF


The Financial Statement
for the year ending December 31, 2017
for the MD of Provost No. 52
is available at the MD Administration Building
(4504 – 53 Ave., Provost, AB). Please pick up a copy or contact the
MD office if you require a copy.
Phone: 780-753-2434 or 780-857-2434
Email: mdprovost@mdprovost.ca
A copy can also be downloaded here


OFFICIAL RESULTS- October 17, 2017



The Financial Statement
for the year ending December 31, 2016
for the MD of Provost No. 52
is available at the MD Administration Building
(4504 – 53 Ave., Provost, AB). Please pick up a copy or contact the
MD office if you require a copy.
Phone: 780-753-2434 or 780-857-2434
Email: mdprovost@mdprovost.ca



Do you think we forgot you? It may take three or four days to get your roads open after a snowstorm. School bus routes and main roads will be done first. If you already have a Custom Work Agreement, the lane may be done later.

2018 Summer Road Programs

Road Bans

Order by the Municipal District of Provost No. 52 Highway Order No. 18/3 Defining Maximum Allowable Weights Permitted on Certain Municipal Roads.

Pursuant to the Authority granted by the Minister of Transportation under the Traffic Safety Act, that effective Monday, February 19th, 2018, percentage Axle Weights for Highways is:

50% on the following roads:
– R.R. 74 from Highway #13 north 12 mile R. 74 from Twp. Rd. 412 south 12 mile (north of Hughenden)
– Private road South of Highway #13 going into residence on N.E. 5-41-7W4M (off the end of R.R. 74)
– Rd. 394 from R.R. 40 -1 mile east to Highway #13

75% on the following roads:
All Oiled and Chip Sealed Roads except for the following:
• TWP 414 from Highway 41 to RR 65
• R. 92 North of Highway #13 to Twp. Rd. 424
• R. 24 from S.H. 899 South to Twp. Rd 364
• Rd. 364 East of S.H. 899 to Saskatchewan Border (R.R. 10)
• R. 33 from Highway 13 North to Twp. Rd. 402
• R. 74 south of Highway 13
• R. 71 North of Twp. Rd. 390 to Twp. 402.5 East to R.R. 70 North to Twp. Rd. 403 East on Twp. Rd. 403 to Highway 41
• 422 from Highway 41 West to R.R. 82
• R. 82 from Highway 13 North to Twp. Rd. 422
• TWP 410 from Highway 884 to R.R. 91

Hamlet and Country Residential Addressing

At it’s Regular Meeting of January 12th, 2012, the Council passed Bylaw 2223, which assigns a rural address to every rural and Hamlet residence within the M.D. A copy of the package sent out to all Hamlet and Country Residential Ratepayers is available here.

Here is an example of a lot sign.
Here is an example of a rural address sign.

Charitable Donation Policy

At its Regular Meeting of February 25th, 2010, the Council of the MD of Provost No. 52 ratified a new policy governing the way in which third party funding requests of a nature not related to the ordinary business of the MD are dealt with. In brief, this policy sets aside $40,000 in each fiscal year, for which eligible parties or organizations may apply, and establishes criteria by which said applications will be evaluated and a timeframe for the rewarding of allocations.

For application and eligibility criteria and information relative to submission deadlines, please see the policy in its entirety here. If you have any additional questions please call the MD Administration Office.

Tyler Lawrason, Administrator

Lots For Sale

The MD is currently selling partially serviced lots for development near the airport. For more information go here

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