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Office Administration

Contact Us

Office Hours: Monday- Friday @ 8:30-12:30 & 1:30-4:30
5011 52 Avenue

PO Box 510
Phone: 780.372.3911
Fax: 780.372.2335
Email: admin@townofbashaw.com

Bashaw Town Office Staff strive to improve the quality of life for the people who live and work in our community. We are very proud of our town and appreciate the opportunity to share what we have to offer with you. We thank you for visiting our site and always welcome your comments, questions, and feedback. Please feel free to contact us.

Office Closures

The Town Office will be closed on the following dates:

January 1, 2020

New Year’s Day

February 17, 2020

Family Day

April 10, 2020

Good Friday

April 13, 2020

Easter Monday

May 18, 2020

Victoria Day

July 1, 2020

Canada Day

August 3, 2020

Heritage Day

September 7, 2020

Labour Day

October 12, 2020


November 11, 2020

Remembrance Day

December 24, 2020

Office will close at noon.
Christmas Eve

December 25-27, 2020

Christmas Holidays

Town Office Staff

Theresa Fuller
Chief Administrative Officer
Development Officer

Email: cao@townofbashaw.com
Phone: 780.372.3911
Fax: 780.372.2335

Darlene Sinclair
Assistant Chief Administrative Officer

Email: dsinclair@townofbashaw.com

Loretta Paget
Municipal Clerk

Email: admin@townofbashaw.com

Alberta Ombudsman

“The Alberta Ombudsman responds to complaints of unfair treatment by provincial government authorities, municipalities, the Patient Concerns Resolution Process of Alberta Health Services, health professions, and other designated professional organizations.”

“Since the Alberta government assigned the Ombudsman the authority to investigate municipalities, the primary task of the Alberta Ombudsman has been instilling confidence in municipalities and complainants that involving the Ombudsman is a fair and effective way to resolve complaints. The Ombudsman investigates matters of administration, not policy decisions made by elected councils. Distinguishing between the two often requires careful consideration and explanation.

The Alberta Ombudsman objectively investigates complaints to determine whether a municipality has acted fairly and reasonably, and whether its actions and decisions were consistent with relevant legislation, policies and procedures.”

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Read the Alberta Ombudsman’s report, “Building Relationships With Albertans: Municipality Report” by clicking here.