Electricity in Alberta is deregulated and residents can choose their own supplier. Fortis Alberta maintains all electrical lines, poles and related equipment in our area, and also looks after the streetlights. Call (780)310-9473 or visit www.fortisalberta.com
Natural Gas: Battle River Gas Co-op
For information or to request services or repairs call 780-877-3740 or visit www.battlerivergascoop.com
Water and Sewer
For information or to request that utilities be connected call 780-877-3999. To view a copies of water analysis reports please see below:
Monday is garbage day. Please bag your garbage properly. There are additional fees charged for the pickup of certain items as follows:
a) Collection and disposal of mattresses or box springs -- $15.00/occurrence
b) Collection and disposal of all 20 pound propane tanks -- $20.00/occurrence
Recycling is picked up every second Monday. For a list of items that should be recycled, see this Recycling Information page.
Call (855) 291-9727 or visit www.rogers.com
Battle River Crime Watch
Edberg is a Battle River Crime Watch community member: About Battle River Rural Crime Watch Society Battle River Rural Crime Watch Society is a non-profit association which has been formed to assist the Camrose and Bashaw RCMP detachments and Camrose County Protective Services in preventing and fighting crime. B.R.R.C.W.S. is operated under the direction of a local board of directors. The goal of the combined effort is to educate and train rural families and individuals in being vigilant in reporting suspicious behavior in an effort to reduce criminal activity. We invite your participation by being the eyes and ears of Rural Alberta. Often a small string of clues is the solution to solving minor or major crimes. Dishonesty comes in many forms: Identity fraud, telephone and credit card scams, property crimes, theft - the list is long. Be alert for suspicious behaviour or activity in your area that doesn't look right or feel right. Don't take matters into your own hands. Call the numbers below to report your concern. Your report may well be the difference in preventing crime or solving a case. Law enforcement personnel in the Battle River area makes regular updates to their website at www.brrcws.com. You can also follow them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Battle-River-Rural-Crime-Watch-Society-707824772657843/
IF A CRIME IS IN PROGRESS - immediately dial 9-1-1 RCMP COMPLAINT LINES: Camrose County Residents - (780) 672-3341
Located in East Central Alberta, Camrose and District Support Services (CDSS) is a partnership between the Province of Alberta, the City of Camrose, Camrose County, and the Villages of Bawlf, Bittern Lake, Edberg, Ferintosh, Hay Lakes, and Rosalind. CDSS provides preventive social programs and services that help people improve their quality of life and enhance their capacity to deal with crisis situations should they arise. CDSS is known for excellent debriefing, information and referral support to anyone who might call their office at 780-672-0141 for any reason. Along with running their own programs, CDSS staff are thoroughly familiar with other services available to the residents of Camrose and District.
For more information visit their website at www.camrosefcss.ca.
Edberg Lakeview Cemetery is managed by the Village of Edberg and by the Cemetery Board. To reserve or purchase plots at the cemetery, please contact the Village Office. If you have questions or concerns regarding the cemetery please call any of the board members.
Chairman: Ralph Theissen (780) 679-8417
Brandon Boden (780) 679-6363
Jacquie Boden (780) 877-3722
Kaye Innes (780) 679-4777
Sherry Riske (780) 678-4813
Village of Edberg (780) 877-3999
Edberg Mennonite Church, located 2 miles south
Evangelical Free Church in Meeting Creek
Education & Cultural Facilities
Bussing for students to New Norway School
Augustana Faculty University of Alberta, in nearby Camrose
Edberg Senior Citizens Drop-In Centre serves refreshments & snacks Wednesday and Friday mornings
Community Hall with sound system, large, fully equipped kitchen in basement, wheelchair accessible upstairs and downstairs facilities.
Tourism, Recreation, & Parks
The Village is home to a beautiful, self-contained downtown park that has developed gradually over the years. Originally it was a small area funded by a grant from the Devonian Foundation. A major contribution from the Municipal Recreation Tourism Program, along with assistance from the Recreation, Parks & Wildlife Foundation, County of Camrose, Edberg Recreation Association, Village of Edberg and private donations has allowed it to boast of the many features it holds today.
It has developed into a much larger area, now encompassing the former C.N.R. station grounds and the old hardware store site. The park is an ideal place for family reunions, picnics, and other outdoor activities. The Cookhouse is available to rent for $25. To reserve the Cookhouse please contact the Village office.
The Village also contains a number of recreational facilities and area residents have the opportunity to enjoy them all.
The close proximity of the Battle River Valley and Dried Meat Lake allows for more recreational fun, including snowmobiling, tobogganing, horseback riding, cross country skiing, boating and swimming.
West Dried Meat Lake Landfill
The landfill is open to the public Monday through Saturday from 8:45 am to 3:15 pm. For more information call 780-877-2269 or visit their website at http://www.county.camrose.ab.ca/content/wdml-landfill-disposal-rates
Ambulance and Paramedics - Camrose
Hospital - Camrose
Police - Bashaw RCMP