1. M.D. of Bonnyville News
  2. Event Calendar
  1. Council Highlights for June 27, 2018

    This edition of Council Highlights features updates on what the road crews are working on, pest control, parks and recreation news and more. Read on...
  2. 2018 Flood Mitigation Report

    After a wet two years, there are a number of areas throughout the Municipal District of Bonnyville experiencing flooding. Read on...
  3. M.D. stresses need for people to stay off Lessard Bridge

    Despite many warnings, including a photo of the state of the Lessard Bridge’s structure, people continue to move barricades and put themselves in danger. Read on...
  4. 90% Road Bans Lifted June 22, 2018

    As of 12:01 a.m., June 22, 2018, the 90% Road Ban on roads in the M.D. will be lifted. The 50% and 75% Road Ban remains in effect for selected roads. Read on...
  5. Summer Road Closures

    As M.D. road crews get to work on the 2018 Road Priorities list, we'll update this section when roads are closed. Read on...
  6. 2018 Fire Guardian Listing

    From March 1 to October 31, you require a permit for burning in the M.D. of Bonnyville. Here is a list of your Fire Guardians for 2018. Click here for your list of Fire Guardians
  7. Weekly Advertisement - July 10, 2018

    This week's ad features information on Development Permits, Hall Happenings and more. Click here for the advertisement
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Main Administration Office

  1. Phone: 780-826-3171
    Fax: 780-826-4524

    4905 50 Ave.
    Bag 1010
    Bonnyville, AB
    T9N 2J7

    Hours:


    Monday to Friday
    8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Contact Us

  1. Phone: 780-826-3951
    Fax: 780-826-5064
    24-Hour Emergency Roads Line: 780-812-5000

    61330 Range Road 455
    Bag 1010
    Bonnyville, AB
    T9N 2J7

    Hours:


    Monday to Friday
    7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
    Closed all Statutory Holidays

Municipal District of Bonnyville

Vision, Mission and Guiding Principals


Vision Statement

The M.D. of Bonnyville will be a leader and innovator in local governance, services and economic prosperity.

Mission Statement

To develop, maintain and enhance a safe and prosperous municipality through effective provision of services for its' public.


Guiding Principles

We believe everyone has the right to be heard.
We believe in good stewardship of public funds.
We believe in the enhancement of the quality of life.
We believe there should be openness in decision making.
We believe in equality of service.
We value the safety of public and staff.
We value the contributions, skills and abilities of all members of the organization.
We value and respect people and property.

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Adventure Guide 2018