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Nominations for the next general election will be open between January 1, 2021 and September 20, 2021. Signed nomination forms may be dropped of at the Village of Girouxville Municipal Office @ 4804-50th Street with the Returning Officer from January 2, 2021 until Noon, Monday September 20, 2021 during office hours.

Village of Girouxville Mayor’s Message

Given the challenges of 2020, it is important to remember to give thanks to our community members for their patience and support. Community events, playgrounds, community buildings and our local businesses have been closed, re-opened, or restricted but yet everyone has done their part to support each other in times of need.  We thank you!  Recently, we have been fortunate that COVID transmission in the M.D. of Smoky River #130 region has been relatively low.  However, our thoughts and prayers go out to those who lost loved ones here at the beginning of the pandemic.  2021 will continue to bring further challenges but the Village of Girouxville will do it’s very best to provide the best services possible while keeping you healthy and safe.  

On behalf of the Village of Girouxville Council and staff, I wish you and your families a very Healthy, Safe, Merry and Bright Christmas Season. May the New Year bring the best of everything.

Alain Dion


Village of Girouxville

Coronavirus(COVID-19) Information – Friday December 11, 2020- to be updated as warranted.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information – Friday December 11, 2020 – to be updated as warranted

The M.D. of Smoky River, towns of Falher & McLennan, Villages of Donnelly & Girouxville in coordination with the Smoky Region Emergency Services are closely following the lead from the Province on the issue of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).  We would like to ensure clear and concise information is available.    

Alberta announced a State of Public Health Emergency and set in place new Public Health Orders November 24th throughout the province.  On December 8th the province announced further restrictions which will remain in place until at least January 12th, 2021.

Effective immediately:

  • Indoor and outdoor private social gatherings are prohibited
  • Masks are mandatory in all indoor public places, places of worship and indoor workplaces
  • Working from home is mandatory unless the employer requires a physical presence for operational effectiveness

Effective Sunday December 13th at 12:01 am

  • Restaurants and bars are closed for dine-in, only take out or delivery are allowed
  • Faith services (i.e. mass in a church) are limited to 15% of fire code occupancy, however wedding and funerals remain at a maximum of 10 persons
  • Many businesses, including personal care services, entertainment and recreation entities must be closed
  • Businesses must limit the number of people within their establishments to a maximum of 15% of fire code occupancy to allow for proper physical distancing  Please respect staff’s direction and requests, these restrictions are in place to protect everyone.

The full list of restrictions and exemptions currently in place can be linked here.  A farming or ranching operation is exempt unless the person is interacting with a member of the public.  For restrictions regarding schools, please contact your child’s school or visit the school or school district website.

All residents need to continue to take precautions including maintaining physical distancing, wearing face masks in public places (outside the home), washing and sanitizing hands and surfaces that are frequently touched, avoiding crowds and situations where physical distances can not be maintained.

Individuals who have cough, fever, shortness of breath, runny nose or sore throat symptoms are to isolate for at least 10 days, complete the self-assessment and get tested for COVID-19 if advised to do so.

COVID-19 self-assessment for Albertans, or the

COVID-19 self-assessment for healthcare and shelter workers, enforcement personnel and first responders.

If you have a fever, cough, shortness of breath, runny nose or sore throat, you are legally required to isolate for at least 10 days from the start of your symptoms or until they resolve, whichever is longer.

Current restrictions under the Stage 2 re-opening in Alberta include:

To protect yourself and to help prevent the possible spread of COVID-19, as well as the flu and common cold:

  • Wash your hands often and well, use sanitizer whenever possible
  • Avoid touching your face, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands
  • Avoid any contact with people who are sick
  • Clean and disinfect surfaces that are frequently touched
  • Stay at home and away from others if you are feeling ill
  • Cover your cough and sneezes and then wash your hands
  • If you must go out in public, keep your distance – stay 2 metres from other people

To view up-to-date information and statistics on COVID-19 in Alberta please visit the Government of Alberta Website:

To view information and apply for the Small and Medium Enterprise Relaunch Grant (if revenue loss of at least 50% due to the Covid Pandemic occurred) visit


Stage 2 re-opening information:


Covid-19 Self-Assessment:

COVID-19 self-assessment for healthcare and shelter workers, enforcement personnel and first responders:


Mass gatherings and business restrictions

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