Welcome to Valleyview, Alberta

‘Portal to the Peace’
Est. 1957

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.

Located 350 km north of Edmonton and 115 km east of Grande Prairie, the Town of Valleyview has a population of 1,972, with a trading area of 5,000.

Valleyview is strategically located at an important crossroads that lead to Canada’s north.

Excellent paved highways allow for travel to northern destinations. Highway 49 leads to the Northwest Territories by way of Peace River and the Mackenzie Highway. Highway 43 leads to Dawson Creek, the Alaska Highway and adventure in northeastern British Columbia, the Yukon and Alaska.

News & Notices

Communication from the Fire Chief

June 2, 2023|NEWS|

With the reduced fire activity and behaviour, both current and anticipated, the Sturgeon Lake wildfires GWF017 and GWF023 are classified as Under Control. Firefighters remain on alert to new wildfires and continue to monitor those under control.

To report a new wildfire in a forested area, call 310-FIRE (3473).

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UPDATE: 47th Street near 49th Avenue Closed to One Lane Traffic

June 2, 2023|NEWS|

UPDATE: JUNE 2, 2023: Please be advised that 47th Street near 49th Avenue (west entrance near Crocus Hill) has been reopened to one lane traffic only. The culvert replacement is still in progress and barricades are in place.

When travelling in this area, motorists and pedestrians are asked to exercise […]

The Town of Valleyview would like to acknowledge the First Nations, the Métis, and all of the people across Alberta who share a history and a deep connection with this land. We dedicate ourselves to moving forward in partnership with Indigenous communities in the spirit of reconciliation and collaboration.

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

~ Mayor Vern Lymburner

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