The Village of Caroline, Clearwater County and the Town of Rocky Mountain House are working together to complete a social needs assessment for the Clearwater Region. To better understand the social needs of people in the area it is important to hear from them. That is why it is important to have people like you complete this questionnaire!
Please have an adult in the household answer the questions by considering the needs of all members of your household; it should take about 20 minutes to complete. The survey deadline is March 6, 2020. 
 
CLICK HERE FOR THE SURVEY LINK
If you have any questions about this survey, please contact Andrea Vassallo (Family and Community Support Services) at fcssmanager@rockymtnhouse.com or at (403) 847-5270. 

The Caroline Community Garden is located at 5012-50 Avenue (beside Village Administration Office)


Involvement in a garden provides an opportunity for individuals to be active, grow fresh healthy food, improve gardening skills and provide an opportunity for socializing with others. 


During the Covid 19, AHS protocols are applied to community gardens as it is considered an essential service and will be allowed to operate under the same social distancing requirements, cleanliness of equipment, etc. Contact information of the organizer is listed in the links below.


LINKS:

Caroline Community Garden

​LIVE STREAM COUNCIL MEETINGS:

Please register for VoC Regular Council Mtg May 1, 2020 on May 1, 2020 12:30 PM MDT at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2108573437622466832

​https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/recording/1171355223666591247

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Caroline's Licensed Business (click to open listing)

​​On behalf of Village Council and Caroline citizens,

it is indeed a privilege and a pleasure to welcome you to

our ‘Gateway to Paradise’! As a Village,

we have much to offer our residents, visitors,

and the surrounding rural community.

Utility News


If you are finding that your water usage is higher than you expect, but you have not found a leak or received a Leak Notice from our Office we encourage you to visit this site wateruseitwisely.com to explore ways to save water.


Residential Curbside Collection

As of May 1, 2020 residential waste pick up schedule will change from Thursday to Monday.  Monday, May 4th, 2020 will be the first official day of the change for residential waste bin collection  to MONDAY pick up day, moving forward for 2020.

403-722-3781