For your information:
In August, Hythe Council received an anonymous letter of complaint.   You can follow this link to see that letter and the response from council.



The Hythe Cemetery Committee thanks the many volunteers who assisted in keeping the cemetery well maintained throughout the year. In addition to those who assisted in the spring clean up (Bear Creek Funeral Home, Ron Isaac and all the volunteers) special thanks to Bill Guise for all the extra mowing throughout the summer, June Pearson & Lola Balderston for the seasonal floral arrangements in the gazebo, and Ed Woloszyn for re-staining the gazebo.

Thank you so much to all those who continually look after their family plots. The cemetery is basically maintained by volunteers and we encourage all families to help us with this ongoing effort.

Crime Mapping in the Village of Hythe
Alberta RCMP have launched an online Crime Mapping Tool, it will help keep up-to-date information and will help keep neighborhoods vigilant by giving them a sense of crime hot spots and encouraging them to report crime. 

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 

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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