Emergency Notice


Tuesday March 17, 2020

Public Notice March 18, 2020 Re: COVID-19 The Town of Mayerthorpe is taking the COVID-19 pandemic seriously for residents, employees and patrons. We will be continuously monitoring the situation and will adjust our business practices accordingly. Effective March 18, 2020 Town of Mayerthorpe has closed the Town Administration Office and Public Works to the Public. Please utilize telephone and email services to communicate with Town Staff. We have instituted strict social distancing practices and mandatory sanitization of contact points throughout the office. In an effort to slow down the potential spread of the virus and to protect everyone. We feel these precautions are not only necessary but vital to our operations. Any payments to be made to the Town of Mayerthorpe may be made at any financial institution or online. If you require assistance please call or email and we will do our best to help you. Council Meetings Regular Council, Special Council and Policies and Priorities Committee meetings will continue with the exception of delegation attendance. Effective March 18, 2020 the following facilities are closed to the public and remain closed until further notice. Town Office – Available to assist by phone or email Public Works Shop – Available to assist by phone or email Diamond Centre Curling Rink Mayerthorpe Exhibition Centre Community Services Building/Parent Link Centre – Will be closed as of March 25, 2020 Mayerthorpe Public Library Thank you, Council and Staff


The Town of Mayerthorpe is right in the heart of prosperous agricultural, forestry and oil & gas activities.  This town is a great place to grow a business – whether it’s the low license fees, the friendly people or the prime location – Mayerthorpe is bursting with potential. 

Located on Highway 43 and at the North end of Highway 22, our town has a steady stream of traffic and visitors through the area.  Highway 43 is the Canamex Trade Corridor, also known as the Alaska Highway; it is a major trade route to the Northwest Territories and Alaska.  The Cowboy Trail or Highway 22 is the scenic alternative to Highway 2 for North-South travel in the province.  This route boasts a vast array of First Nations and western heritage products and adventures.

Stop in at our Town Office located at 4911 Denny Hay Drive (52 Street) to find out how we can help grow your business.

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