- TOWN HALL
Swimming lesson registration is Wednesday, June 12, and Thursday, June 13 (2013), 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m., and 4:00 - 6:00 p.m., both these days, at the Town of Norman Wells office. Contact Penguin Palace Pool, 587-3717, for information. The swimming pool schedule, for June 2013, is indicated in this website at Town Hall, Recreation; it is also available at the Town of Norman Wells office or Penguin Palace Pool.
FITNESS CENTRE: Access Card $10.00 plus GST; One Week Membership $15.00 plus GST; One Month Membership $40.00 plus GST; Three Months' Membership $105.00 plus GST; Six Months' Membership $180.00 plus GST; One year Membership $300.00 plus GST. December Special (one year fitness passes on sale from December 1 - 31): regular membership $225.00 + $11.25 gst = $236.25.
Town Manager at 587-3700, 587-3703, 587-6570; Public Works at 867-876-0455 or 587-3719; Natural Gas at 587-6567 or 587-3719; Water & Sewer at 587-3725, 587-6566, 587-6568, or 587-6603; Recreation at 587-3721, 587-3730, or 587-6678;
The Council of the Town of Norman Wells wishes to promote and recognize the efforts of volunteers with the community by granting a "Citizen of the Year" award to a deserving individual. The criteria for a deserving individual is a person who has consistently demonstrated volunteer commitment and effort within the community for a period of not less than two years. If you would like to nominate someone for this award, please submit the name of the individual along with your reason for nomination to the Town office on or before Friday, June 14, 2013, at 12
Subsequent to two Council meetings with presentations from ATCO Energy Solutions (ATCO) and DALKIA Canada (DALKIA), and a Public Meeting, the Town of Norman Wells, His Worship Mayor Harold McGregor, and the Town Council voted 4 - 1 in favour of entering into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with DALKIA Canada. The MOU will serve as a negotiating framework to guide the parties in: working with the Town residents and building owners to identify an effective, safe, and cost-effective solution; collaborating with Imperial Oil to develop a practicable transition strategy; evaluating fin
If you are interested in being a member for the RECREATION COMMITTEE of the Town of Norman Wells, please visit the Town of Norman Wells office to confirm your interest.
Regular Meetings of Council are the first Tuesday of the month, 7 p.m., Council Chambers. Committee of the Whole (C.O.W.) meets the third Tuesday of the month. Requests to appear before Council as a delegation should be made to the Town Manager no later than 5:00 p.m. on the Thursday preceding a regularly scheduled Council meeting.
Please be advised that on January 1, 2013, By-law 12-31 came into effect and the rate for natural gas has increased from $1.83 to $2.00 per unit (CCF). Please telephone the Town of Norman Wells office if you have questions/comments at 587-3700.
The Council of the Town of Norman Wells met Tuesday, May 24, 2011 and approved the following resolution:
‘Be it resolved that the Council of the Town of Norman Wells hereby terminates their role as the energy provider for the Town of Norman Wells effective June 30, 2014; and further that the Town plans to do everything possible within their financial ability to help residents and businesses convert to an alternate energy.’
Senior Administrative Officer