Devon started off 2020 with hopes for another great year. When the COVID-19 pandemic broke out in March 2020, plans were changed and put on hold, and the town declared a state of local emergency. Even so, the community came together like never before to support each other and see one another through unprecedented times.
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Devon Council approved the 2021 Operating Budget at the Dec. 14 regular council meeting with a 2.62 per cent municipal tax increase for 2021.
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This week, councils in Spruce Grove, Stony Plain and Parkland County were given an update on progress regarding the Tri-Municipal Regional Plan (TMRP).
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Many outlying communities saw strong sales last month for single-family homes, the most recent data shows, indicating growing demand for the segment that typically offers buyers more value for their dollars when purchasing outside Edmonton’s city limits.
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In spite of the global pandemic and the ensuing economic unrest facing so many business owners, Devon’s local businesses continue to find ways to innovate and expand.
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The Town of Devon is preparing for the next steps of the Dale Fisher Arena expansion.
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Devon town council voted to move forward with the twinning of the Dale Fisher Arena at the council meeting on Monday night, Sept. 28.
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Town of Devon council reviewed a financial report on the potential for a recreation complex in Devon at the regular meeting of council on Monday, Sept. 14.
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The Town of Devon announced this week it has received funding to expand the Dale Fisher Arena into a multi-use facility.
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The Devon council meeting on Aug. 10 included the approval of a surface water drainage bylaw.
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