There are so many things going on, in, and around Hinton. The Volunteer & Information Centre is the perfect place to go if you require volunteers, or if you are interested in getting involved as a volunteer.
Latest news and events about living in Hinton, Alberta
Hinton has provided tax policy and transportation to keep seniors in their homes and many businesses provide senior discounts to support them staying in our community.
Hinton’s Municipal Government has made recycling a priority. From regular household recycling to the collection and safe disposal of dangerous goods, we can recycle a significant amount of the refuse that we produce in our daily lives.
Click to read on utility services provided by local businesses in the Hinton and surrounding areas.
Mobility can be a challenge in a community that spreads as far as Hinton. The Hinton Transit System (HTS). HTS is an option that gets employees to work, students to school and families home with groceries.
Hinton is a multicultural and accepting community that is host to churches of multiple faiths.
Bylaw Enforcement handles any inquiries or responses required on municipal bylaws. Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. The office can be reached at 780.865.6009.
Read on the multiple municipal services offered by the Town of Hinton and how they are here to serve you and your business.
Hinton has educational opportunities for everyone, offerings are available for all learners, from pre-school to senior adult learning courses.
Our central location and great facilities have resulted in Hinton becoming the Healthcare Hub for the west-Yellowhead.
Recent data shows that the average price for a home in Hinton has fallen below the provincial average and with a median wage well above the provincial average, Hinton offers a great opportunity to families and individuals.