RCMP / Protective Services

  1. Protect yourself first.
  2. Call 9-1-1 right away (get an emergency response coming).


Being a best witness means describing the following:

  • The exact location.
  • The activity that is occurring.
  • The people involved.
  • The vehicles involved.
  • Discussions / comments overheard.
  • If someone leaves, the direction of travel.
  • Don’t hang up, continue to update the dispatcher as activity occurs.
  • Write down everything you remember as soon as possible.

Road Conditions

For current road conditions contact the Alberta Motor Association (AMA) at 780.471.6056 or www.ama.ab.ca.

Municipal Enforcement

Phone (780) 554 8272
Please leave a message and an enforcement officer will return your call at the start of the next scheduled shift, or email bylaw@thorsby.ca
 
R.C.M.P. Office - 5340 - 50 Street
Complaints/Emergencies (780) 789-3950
Administration & Information (780) 789-3951

 

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Did You Know?

According to municipal census, The Town of Thorsby showed a 8% population increase from 2012 to 2015.

The old sign which proudly stood on guard to the North entrance to Thorsby was updated in 2017, following change of status from Village to Town - Population 1025