County Essential Services Status

  • The County Peace Officers will remain on duty
  • The grader operators will continue to maintain the roads
  • Our utility operators will continue to ensure water and sewer services are maintained

County Facility Status

Open Facilities:

  • Seed Cleaning Plant
  • Landfill and Transfer Stations
  • Playgrounds & some outdoor rinks (follow AHS guidelines)

Partially Open Facilities:

  • Main Office and Shop
  • ASB Office
  • Recreation Facilities & Community Halls - Call ahead for details

In compliance with AHS regulations, the majority of County employees will be working from home, so if you need to speak with an employee you should contact them by email or phone.

The main office building will be locked, you can call or ring doorbell for assistance; you must be wearing a mask.

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Payments to the County

Can be made:

  1.  via online banking to your banking institution, using the following payees:
  • Camrose County Taxes
  • Camrose County Utilities
  • Camrose County Other (for anything other than taxes or utilities)
  • click  here for assistance with setting up online banking or contact the County at 780-672-4446

       2.  by mailing a cheque or leaving it in the drop box at the front door of the County Administration Office. Please do not mail or drop off cash.

For more information go to the Provincial Covid-19 Website

For information on Covid see our Business Resources page and visit our Covid updates page.

Welcome to Camrose County

Camrose County is a rural municipality located about a 40-minute drive along Highway 21 south east of Edmonton in East Central Alberta.

Physically, the municipality is approximately 56 km (35 miles) miles wide by 128 km (80 miles) long. Within its boundaries are a variety of landforms ranging from knob and kettle topography, flat prairie, including lakes, well treed regions, and the winding Battle River with its many deep coulees.

Within the boundaries of the County are the City of Camrose, the Town of Bashaw and the Villages of Bittern Lake, Bawlf, Edberg, Hay Lakes and Rosalind as well as the hamlets of Armena, Duhamel, Ferintosh, Kelsey, Kingman, Meeting Creek, New Norway, Ohaton and Round Hill.

Early settlers arrived in the area around the turn of the century from all parts of the world and began to shape today’s County by establishing farms and building roads, schools and communities. Railroads were a major factor in development. Villages and towns were established every eight miles along the railroads; the distance a farmer could haul grain with a horse drawn wagon. Today, communities proudly celebrate their heritage with many descendants of the original pioneers operating the original farms and businesses.

Agriculture is the backbone of the County. All forms of agriculture are practiced including intensive livestock operations, beef production, large scale grain and oilseed production along with a burgeoning local food initiative.

Industry is also located here using the network of 2600 km (1500 miles) of well-maintained roads, three railways, access to waterlines and a well educated, ambitious workforce.

The flourishing of Camrose County has been due to the talent, ingenuity and hard work of its residents and County staff through the years and this continues today.

The County operation is necessarily complex to provide services to its 8660 residents. Consequently, this website is long on detail and provides information relevant to its operation.

As well, the website has categories related to the social aspects of life listed under the heading “Communities”. Camrose County is also found on Facebook and on Twitter.

Welcome to Camrose County, where residents live, work, play and prosper.

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