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Distribution of Provincial NON-MEDICAL Disposal Masks

The County Administration Office will be a distribution centre for the Province’s disbursement of non-medical masks. Albertans can get 4 FREE disposable masks per person while supplies last. These masks are a temp solution provided by the Province until Albertans are able to obtain their own masks.

They will be available, 1 bag per family member, in the entrance of the County Administration Office, #1 Crowfoot Drive, TR 374 & Hwy 12.

Community Engagement
Land Use Bylaw and Municipal Development Plan Review

ROUND 1 – Complete

A huge "Thank-you" to those that provided your input in Round 1. We listened, read and have been diligently working away these past few months to compile all that information into an understandable report. The Public Summary Input Report has been presented to council and is now available to the public. Click the link below to download the report. Note: This report is 13 MB, so it may take a little bit of time to download.

Public Summary Input Report


Please check here frequently for updates regarding the local and provincial matters of dealing with COVID19.

The County is dealing with the issue in the following manner:

Public Works operators are working away, road clearing and other operations as required. 

Administration office and Public Works Shops are OPEN to visitors.

  • If any transactions (bill or tax payments, permit inquiries, etc) can be done online, please do so. 
  • For Administrative assistance call the office at (403) 882-3211 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • For Public Works assistance call the shop at (403) 882-3285 or Bryce at (403) 740-6311.
  • We will be processing all payments (electronic/cheques) made during this time. If you are submitting a payment in our dropbox (located to the left of the front doors), we ask that you use cheques ONLY. Reciepts will be mailed once payments have been processed.

Our first responders are ready should any emergencies in the County arise.

As the situation is fluid and ever changing, as new details or plans emerge, we will post updates below:

Statement from Shane Schreiber, Managing Director/Assistant Deputy Minister of Alberta Emergency Management Agency:
As you may be aware, the Alberta Essential Services List has been published on the Government of Alberta’s website
The intent of this extensive list is to be generic and permissive – in other words, if a Public Health Order or local authority directive has not specifically listed a business or activity to close or stop, and the business or activity is listed under the Essential Services List, then it could and should continue for the good of the economy and society in general.

Parent's Guide - 2020/21 School Year
Resource Guide to Re-Opening
Alberta's Relaunch Strategy
Alberta's Safely Staged COVID-19 Relaunch - News Release
novel Coroavirus (COVID-19) FAQs for Public - March 30, 2020
Childcare Essential Services
Public Health Emergency Declaration - March 17, 2020
Business Continuity Plan example - Emergency Tool Kit (Leduc)
Free Webinar to Help Business/Economy Recover from Pandemics
Available options for animal care during the pandemic

Thank you for your patience and cooperation in this difficult period.

Todd Pawsey
Director of Emergency Management
County of Paintearth

News Release:

The County of Paintearth is announcing the “going live” of a new website designed to feature the Crowfoot Crossing Industrial Park located at the intersection of Highways 36 & 12. CROWFOOTCROSSING.CA will be the main tool that the County can use in pointing developers to the region’s information about traffic, logistics, and benefits of locating in a rural area.

As the County pursues future tenants to purchase lots within the park, this online information repository is aimed at being a one-stop-shop for prospective clients in the heavy transport, plant protein, hospitality, and agricultural services fields.  Combined with extensive vehicle count statistics, CROWFOOTCROSSING.CA is positioning itself where “Haul Roads Lead Here” and directional catch phrases such as “Fort Mac to Fort Worth” and “Red Deer to Saskatoon” and many points in between. 

With nearly 5,000 vehicles a day traversing the intersection of Hwys 12 & 36, the County hopes to bring a focus back to the benefits of rural Alberta, and what we have to offer.  For more information, please visit CROWFOOTCROSSING.CA.