All Village of Delburne information regarding the COVID-19 pandemic will be posted on this page.
For information about the COVID-19 outbreak, including resources from Alberta Health Services and the Government of Alberta, please see our COVID-19 Information page.
August 7, 2020
The Village Wide Garage Sale which takes place in June every year was cancelled due to the COVID-19 restrictions at the time. Residents have inquired about holding garage sales of their own. The Government of Alberta has lifted restrictions on garage sales however organizers are expected to follow health and safety guidelines.
The Government of Alberta has created a guidance document for Garage/Yard Sales. This document has been developed to support those who organize garage/yard sales in reducing the risk of transmission of COVID-19 among attendees (including persons running the garage/yard sale, volunteers and patrons). The guidance provided outlines public health and infection prevention and control measures specific to this type of event.
It can be viewed below:
This document and the guidance within it are subject to change and will be updated as needed. Current information related to COVID-19 can be found: www.alberta.ca/covid-19-information.aspx
Tuesday, July 28, 2020
Why the Delburne Spray Park is Closed:
Unfortunately due to the recent increase of COVID-19 cases in the area, Delburne Village Council has made the difficult decision to keep the Spray Park closed until such time as the COVID-19 cases decrease.
It is with the health and safety of our residents and visitors in mind that this decision has been made.
Wednesday, July 9, 2020
Delburne FCSS would like to recognize a Delburne resident who provided support during the past COVID months. We will supply them with a FREE meal for their family!. Nominations must be completed by July 27th and will be accepted ONLY by phone at 403-749-3654.
Please nominate residents that worked during the isolation period such as grocery staff, post office clerks, nurses, medical staff, auto techs, etc.
Thursday, July 2, 2020
The Delburne Municipal Library has reopened to the Public
Members are welcome to visit the library to borrow books and use available services. Proper COVID-19 prevention measures have been put into place for everyone's protection. Hand sanitizer is available as you enter the library. Items and surfaces will be disinfected.
Computer access is available but seating is spaced out for proper social distancing. The children's iPad kiosk and other shared play items have been temporarily removed at this time.
If you have any questions, please contact Library Manager Judy Nicklom at 403-749-3848.
Wednesday, June 24, 2020
IMPORTANT RECYCLING UPDATE DURING COVID-19 OUTBREAK
Curbside pick-up recycling services for Delburne are provided by Environmental 360 Solutions. In March they created a COVID-19 Community Recycling Action Plan. The pandemic plan was implemented to temporarily divert recyclable items to the landfill because of a cause for concern about COVID-19 contamination.
Starting on July 6th, recyclable items will no longer go to the landfill. This means that items put out for the Friday, July 17th curbside recycling pick-up will be properly sorted and prepared for future use as recycled material.
Monday, June 15, 2020
Delburne Community Hall Open for Bookings with Restrictions
The Province of Alberta reopened community halls on June 12 as part of Stage 2 of Alberta's economic relaunch. Halls can be booked for social gatherings of a maximum of 50 people for activities such as meetings, weddings, funerals and birthday celebrations. Users must follow all public health orders, including gathering sizes and physical distancing of 2 metres, and avoid high-risk or prohibited activities.
Under current health orders, an activity is not allowed to proceed if it involves:
- gatherings larger than permitted
- major festivals and concerts, large conferences, trade shows and events
- major sporting events and tournaments
- vocal concerts
- amusement parks
- indoor children’s play places
To book the hall please contact the Municipal Office:
Friday, June 12, 2020
Spray Park remains Closed
We understand that everyone is eager to enjoy our spray park but unfortunately it will remain closed even though the Province of Alberta is allowing splash parks to open on June 12 in Stage 2 of the relaunch. The Province of Alberta's guidelines on spray parks requires the operator to monitor and frequently disinfect the equipment and area which we do not have the capability of doing at this time.
We understand the disappointment of not being able to play in the spray park. If guidelines change, we will inform the public.
These guidelines can be viewed at the link below:
Thursday, June 11, 2020
Delburne Ball Diamonds Reopen for Training & Drills Only!
The ball diamonds have been reopened for use but league games are not allowed. The public can use the area of training and drills only.
Please practice the Government of Alberta's guidelines on safe practices to reduce the spread of COVID-19! Do not use the ball diamonds if you are sick or have symptoms related to COVID-19. Users are responsible for making sure that they sanitize before and after use. Users must maintain a physical distance of 2 metres between individuals that are not from the same household.
To know more about the Government of Alberta's guidance for outdoor sport, please view the link below:
Thursday, June 11, 2020
Delburne FCSS offers Free Isolation Activity Kits
Delburne Family & Community Support Services has free isolation activity kits. There are some very creative ideas/activities for everyone to enjoy. There are a limited number of kits so please reserve one if you are interested. See the poster below for contact informationt to reserve your kit.
Wednesday, June 10, 2020
Thank you for participating in the Red Heart Campaign!
The Delburne Red Heart Campaign was created/launched on March 23, 2020. Who knew sharing community spirit would spread not only through our community but regionally, nationally and even internationally? The response has been both heartwarming and overwhelming! COVID-19 has changed our lives forever.
Thank you for supporting this campaign and adorning your windows/yards with Red Hearts.
As we move into the second stage of the relaunch strategy this may be the opportune time to change our focus from the Red Hearts on our windows to Canadian Flags.
We are excited to announce the Canada Day Flag Competition. You are invited create/recreate our iconic our national flag and win a Backyard BBQ Package!
Delburne may have cancelled their Canada Day celebrations but we can still show our pride.
For up to date information on Family & Community Support Services (FCSS) in our community check out the
Friday, May 29, 2020
Municipal Office Reopens to the Public on June 1st
The Delburne Municipal Office will reopen to the public on Monday, June 1st at 9:00 am.
To learn more, click the link below:
Wednesday, May 27, 2020
PARKS & PLAYGROUNDS RE-OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
The parks & playgrounds in Delburne have re-opened to the public. Users are asked to follow health & safety guidelines related the Province of Alberta's Public Health Order on COVID-19.
See the link below for more information:
WATER ACCESS NOW AVAILABLE AT RV SANI DUMP
Public Works has turned on access to the water at the Delburne RV Sani Dump Station. Use at your own risk. Users will be asked to sanitize before and after use as the equipment will not be disinfected by the Village.
Click the link for more information on the RV Sani Dump:
Tuesday, May 19, 2020
The RV Sani Dump Station is open all year round but the rinse water access remains closed for health and safety reasons due to COVID-19 prevention measures.
Wednesday, May 13, 2020
Council has passed the 2020 Tax Rate Bylaw and has made an amendment to the Tax Penalty Bylaw to defer tax penalties until October 1st due to the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
To read the media release, click the link below:
Monday, May 11, 2020
Please continue to enjoy our Library with curbside pick-up!
Friday, May 1, 2020
We regretfully announce that all summer events and festivals in Delburne have been cancelled. Council has made a motion to keep the Delburne Community Hall closed to the public until the end of August.
For the full media release, click the link below:
Wednesday, April 29, 2020
It is difficult during the COVID-19 pandemic to stay active but with this nicer weather you can get outside in your yard. Plant a garden! Trim the trees! Rake the leaves!
There has been an increase use of the Yard & Garden Refuse Trailer therefore Council has made a motion to offer extra hours of availability at the Dry Dump & Recycle Depot!
We ask that you please be mindful of the Alberta Public Health Orders and practice physical distancing and proper sanitization when you visit the Dry Dump & Recycle Depot. Thank you!
Wednesday, April 22, 2020
Thursday, April 16, 2020
#STAYHOME Superheroes Program - Birthday Parades
UPDATE! Please note that Birthday Parades by Red Deer County Protective Services Station 8 - Delburne & District are now being booked directly through Red Deer County Protective Services.
If you have a child celebrating a birthday in the coming weeks, the #StayHome Superheroes program wants to recognize them with a drive-by visit from our Red Deer County first responders.
To book a birthday parade or for more information, click the link below:
Tuesday, April 14, 2020
Delburne & District Family & Community Support Services has transformed the Little Free LIbrary at the Village Office to a Community Info Centre.
Thursday, April 9, 2020
Council Meetings moved to the Community Hall
For health & safety measures during the COVID-19 pandemic, Delburne Council meetings will be relocated to the Delburne Community Hall until further notice.
Click the link below for more information:
Monday, April 6, 2020
The April edition of the Village Voice is out! Check out Village updates, community and business information as well as support services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
To view the online version, please click the link below:
Update from Delburne Businesses
Inside the Village Voice, there is an insert with an update from Delburne businesses who sent us information about their operations and services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Please note that these details may change without notice. We recommend that you use the Business Directory to contact a business for more information.
To view the two page file, click the image below:
Delburne in Detail
Inside the Village Voice, there is a COVID-19 themed Delburne in Detail about Economic Measures & Bill Payments and Keeping our Sewer System Clean. To view the individual pages, click the images below:
COVID-19 - Economic Measures & Bill Payments
COVID-19 - Keeping our Sewer System Clean
Friday, April 3, 2020
**Please note that as of April 16, 2020 Birthday Parade Bookings are being done directly through Red Deer County Protective Services at this link:
Red Deer County Protective Services Station 8 - Delburne & District is offering to do a mini parade for your birthday!
Let us do something special for those people who are stuck at home and not able to have a birthday celebration!
Please be aware that we can only offer this during dates and times that our members are available.
This invitation is open to ALL Delburne and District residents. Age does not matter!
Arrangements can be made for rural families to come to town and stay in their vehicles to enjoy the parade. Neighbours and friends are welcome to join us!
To arrange a celebration parade please contact:
Carol Kihn, FCSS, 403-749-3654 or
Parade dates & times will be posted on Delburne Red Heart Campaign Facebook Group. Click the link below to join:
Thursday, March 26, 2020
Delburne Village Council made a motion at a special meeting on Wednesday, March 25th to waive late penalties on utility bills for the remainder of the year as an economic measure in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Residential and commercial customers will not be fined for late payments nor will overdue accounts be transferred to taxes.
Click the link below to read the media release:
Recycling services for the Village are provided by Environmental 360 Solutions. They have created a COVID-19 Community Recycling Action Plan. Please see their notice below:
STARTING MONDAY MARCH 30, ALL RECYCLABLES COLLECTED WILL BE LANDFILLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
ENVIRONMENTAL 360 SOLUTIONS HAS IMPLEMENTED THIS PROCESS AS A PART OF ITS PANDEMIC PLAN IN RESPONSE TO MANAGEMENT OF MUNICIPAL WASTE DURING THIS CRISIS. WE ANTICIPATE A HIGH DEGREE OF CONTAMINATION WITH RECYLABLE ITEMS AND WILL BE DIVERTING TO THE LANDFILL. PLEASE NOTE THIS IS TEMPORARY.
RESIDENTS CAN EXPECT THAT THEIR PICKUP SCHEDULE WILL REMAIN THE SAME.
Wednesday, March 25, 2020
Effective immediately, all playgrounds in the Village of Delburne have been closed to the public.
At the March 24, 2020 Council meeting the decision was made to close all playgrounds for public safety due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The closure encourages social distancing and helps prevent the spread of the virus.
Click the link below to read the media release:
Tuesday, March 24, 2020
Delburne FCSS in collaboration with Delburne Family School Wellness Worker is launching the “RED HEART CAMPAIGN”.
In these current times we are facing uncertainty, despair and loneliness. Now more than ever we need each other. We need each other for support and to feel less alone. Social distancing and self-isolation can take its toll on any of us.
To learn more, click the heart link below:
To download a printable poster, click HERE!
To download a printable heart, click HERE!
Join the Facebook group and share your heart pictures!
Wednesday, March 18, 2020
A Special Notice was mailed out to residents containing media releases and information about the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic.
Click the link below to view:
Tuesday, March 17, 2020
Media Release - Village of Delburne closes Municipal Office & Facilities
Click the link below to view the media release:
Monday, March 16, 2020
Media Release - Village of Delburne declares a State of Local Emergency
Click the link below to view the media release: