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Is the County Connector meeting your needs?  Let us know how you are using this service by completing the quick survey attached.  Your input will help to make this service work for you. 
The County Connector is a two-year Rural Transportation Pilot Project proving service between Hythe, Beaverlodge, Wembley, Sexsmith, the County of Grande Prairie.  Going into the tenth month of operations, we want to make sure our public transit is meeting the needs of out local communities. We’re inviting riders and non-riders to help us improve the County Connector public transit.    SURVEY


You are invited:
Please join us in expressing our gratitude to Doug and Pauline Burdess, former owners of Hythe Bigway, as they move on to the next chapter in their lives. In appreciation for their service to the community of Hythe over the next years,
some of which included:
   - Giving to the community groups through the rebate program
   - Active volunteers and advocates for the Hythe Arena
   - Volunteer on the Village of Hythe Council for many years
  -  And MUCH MORE.......
PLEASE JOIN US:
What: Come and Go Tea/Coffee
When: Monday, September 16 from 2-5 p.m.
Where: Hythe Golden Age Centre






WATER NOTICE:     Willowgrove Resident
Routine Maintenance: September 11, 2019 
Public Works will be doing service on the Willowgrove water lines today,
Sept 11. Please be aware that the water could be slightly discolored for the next couple of days.
The water pressure might be lower than normal and the service line will be flushed when the service work is completed. Please call the Village of Hythe office if you have any questions 780-356-3888. Thank You! 





Message from Mayor Brian Peterson:

I am 
pleased to serve as Mayor of Hythe, a community I have lived in for many years. 
Our Village Council is a team of five dedicated people, working with our staff to provide 
a good level of service to our community while maintaining affordable tax and utility 
rates.

We work to ensure your streets and roads, water and sewer, recreation and protective services,
are as good as they can be. Council and staff also work with our County and other towns in the 
area when we find that a regional approach is the best way to provide a service.

We welcome your comments or suggestions on making Hythe a better place to live. Council 
meets on the second and fourth Monday of the month, feel free to drop in and chat with us.
    




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