- 14, 2017
Please be advised that the Town of Millet has engaged Tanmar Consulting Inc. to conduct the 2017 Property Assessment inspections for the 2018 Property Tax. Pursuant to Section 294(1) of the Municipal Government Act, while inspecting your property, the assessor may be required to conduct an interior inspection of your home and will take pictures of your property. ALL INFORMATION COLLECTED IS FOR CONFIDENTIAL USE BY THE TOWN ASSESSOR.
- 23, 2017
Do you need a permit?
Are you planning some home renovations this summer? Want to add a deck to enjoy the beautiful weather? Be sure to check out our Development page for more information. Click Here
- 17, 2017
Off-Leash Dog Park
The Town of Millet now has an Off-Leash Dog Park! Located south of the new bridge in behind Moonen Heights (signs to be posted soon). Please click here for more information
- 02, 2017
Open Air Fire Permit
The Town of Millet and the Millet Fire Departments reserve the right to regulate and control the design, construction materials and safe precautions of all open air fire pits, fireplaces and other appliances within the corporate limits of the Town of Millet and any land under the care of the Town of Millet. Why do we require a Open Air Fire Permit? The Town of Millet alongside of the Millet Fire Department just want to ensure that your fire pit is a good distance from any hazards tha...
- 11, 2017
Lost and Found
From time to time we have residents and visitors bring in items that they have found in town. We have created a dedicated page on the website to help people find their lost items. In recent months we were able to help find a lost cell phone and a family bible. Check back often if you think you have lost something. Click here for more information.
- 07, 2017
Starting or Operating a Food Business from your home?
If you are currently running, or looking to start a food business from your home, please read the Alberta Health Services Requirements. Failure to comply will result in huge fines.
- 06, 2017
There has been some interest regarding the colour of our park bridges. The rusty look is because of the type of steel the bridge is made out of. The definition of the steel used is as follows: Weathering steel refers to the chemical composition of the steel, allowing them to exhibit increased resistance to atmospheric corrosion compared to other steels. This is because the steel forms a protective layer on its surface under the influence of the weather. The corrosion-retarding effect of the...
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