Odds & Ends News


The Camrose Carpool, funded by the Government of Alberta as part of the Rural Transportation Pilot Program, is launching on February 25, 2019.
The Camrose Carpool is an innovative, user-friendly, web-based carpooling program (including a phone-in option) that will create opportunities for people to connect, carpool and share the cost of transportation. Participants will include local/rural residents, Rose City Taxi, Armand’s Cabs, the Bashaw Bus Society and Rose City Handi-Van.
The program is free to use, has user ratings to help ensure user accountability and safety, and is mobile friendly. Users can post or view rides through the website www.camrosecarpool.ca or use the call-in feature at 780-781-8781.
The Camrose Carpool project will help increase transportation options in and around Camrose for Albertans without access to a private vehicle, while reducing single-car travel.

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Items (vehicles) that are posted for sale and placed on Village of Rosalind property require permission through the Village Office.

Please know that Railway Avenue North road is a work in progress.  Council is aware that the road is in rough shape and they have plan for repair.  Work on the road will be done in stages and should start end of summer 2018.  UPDATE:  October 15, 2018 – due to the weird year of weather, the crew that is doing the road work is till unable to complete their current location and will not be able to start on the Rosalind Railway Avenue North until Spring 2019.  Sorry for the inconvenience and we appreciate your patience and understanding.


ATCO Electric now offers an electronic form for reporting any issues with street lights.  Please click on the link below to submit a problem.  *Please note that you must include the asset number on the pole in the report to notify ATCO of the correct location of the light.



The Rosalind Centennial still has history books available for purchase.  Books are $65 each and are available to purchase at the Village office.


The Village of Rosalind competed in the Provincial Communities in Bloom challenge – first time we have participated!  We received 4 Blooms out of 5!!!  We have been told that is extremely good for our first year!!!  We received special mention on our Themed Entrance Sign and Container Plantings!  Again, thank you to all who participated, volunteered, and kept our village looking beautiful!