A little town with big economic opportunities,
Valleyview is on the way up!

A combination of a balanced economy, excellent investment opportunities, friendly neighbours and big city amenities – in a small town setting – make for remarkably high-quality living.

Valleyview is located 350 kms north of Edmonton and 115 kms east of the City of Grande Prairie.  The Town of Valleyview is strategically located at important crossroads that lead to Canada’s north. Excellent paved Highways lead the traveller to northern adventure via Highway 49 leading to Peace River and the Mackenzie Highway that will take you to the Northwest Territories, and Highway 43 leading to Dawson Creek, the Alaska Highway and adventure in northeastern British Columbia, the Yukon and Alaska.

 The Town of Valleyview has a population of 1972, with a trading area of 5000.

NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Truck Fill Temporarily Shut Down

Due to a scheduling change in the maintenance being conducted at the Valleyview Water Treatment Plant, the Truck Fill will now be shut down from Tuesday, September 22, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. until Thursday, September 24, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. For further information please call the Utilities Department at (780) 524-5156. We apologize for the […]

Halloween and Social Distancing

Halloween is around the corner and has everyone wondering how the Covid-19 pandemic will affect it!  Here are some ways that trick or treating adhere to Alberta Health Services Guidelines: Most costumes already have masks! Tons of costumes have gloves too! Almost all costumes are only worn once. All treats given out are wrapped and […]

Council Discusses Mask Mandates

PRESS RELEASE: TOWN OF VALLEYVIEW COUNCIL DISCUSS DIRECTION REGARDING MASK MANDATES FOR THE MUNICIPALITY. (Valleyview, Alberta – September 19, 2020) At Town of Valleyview’s Regular Council Meeting held on September 14, 2020, CAO Berlinguette put forth on the agenda a Request for Decision to seek Councils direction regarding mask mandates for the Town of Valleyview. […]

“Overall, it’s just a great place to live. It’s a great place to raise a family.”

~ Mayor Vern Lymburner