Fall Large Item Pickup

Ryley Large Item Pickup: Thursday, October 5th
This annual Program is provided at no-charge to municipal residents.
~Please place large items directly on the FRONT street by the curb, the evening before scheduled pick up date.
~Please DO NOT place items on the grass or lawn. When placed on the street it is easier for Beaver Municipal Solutions staff to clean up any broken materials.
~Please place all items at least 3 feet (1 metre) from parked vehicles.
~Fridges, freezers and water coolers are acceptable, however there is a $25 charge for Freon removal. Freon stickers can be purchased at the municipal office or Beaver Municipal Solutions Administration office located at the landfill.

Acceptable Items
White goods (stove, washing machine, etc.) and appliances
Propane Tanks

Unacceptable Items
Grass clippings, trees, tree branches
Large chunks of cement/concrete
Bags of household garbage
Small items that would fit in the neighbourhood waste bin
Electronic waste

These unacceptable items, except chunks of concrete, can be taken to the Ryley landfill site.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact Beaver Municipal Solutions at 780-663-2038.

Highway 14 Open House coming September 14

Highway 14 Water Commission invites you to attend their open house,  happening September 14th, 2017 from 4:00 p.m to 7:00 p.m.

There will be a barbecue and refreshments served, as well as a chance to tour our facility and learn about how Highway 14 Water Commission provides quality service to residents in Ryley, and other communities along the highway.

Highway 14 Water Commission is located at 5029-51 Avenue in Ryley.


See you there!

Mosaic Mural

The Village of Ryley unveiled its Canada 150 Mosaic on July 19, 2017. Janet Winsnes, who spearheaded the project, was thrilled to have the final product displayed on Ryley’s main street with Ryley Mayor Lavonne Svenson, and Councillors Lorraine Warren-Nimeck and Brain Ducherer in attendance. Many locals also joined in on the excitement.

This project started 2 years ago when St. Albert artist Lewis Lavoie had a vision of creating 150 mosaic murals that would be produced from all across Canada to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday. Each mural is based on a railroad theme, and each municipality involved represents one railway car along the tracks; either a flat deck or a box car.

Mrs. Winsnes was quick to point to the uniqueness of Ryley’s situation. “Ryley is the smallest municipality in Canada to undertake the production of a mural,” she explained.

The mural is a 8 square feet with over 400 square tiles,  each four inches by four inches. Both the Ryley School and Holden school students, teachers and staff painted a total of 270 tiles. The remaining tiles where painted by residents of the community at the Ryley Summer Bust Out Festival on June 17, 2017. 

The village would like to acknowledge the financial contributions of Clean Harbors and Beaver Municipal Solutions, as well as the Alberta Treasury Branch in Ryley for supplying the space where the mural will hang.  The citizens of Ryley are proud of their mural, and look forward to enjoying its presence for years to come.