Hosted by the Killam Parent Advisory Society, the Missoula Children's Theater will be performing a unique rendition of "Rapunzel" at the Killam Community Hall on Friday, October 23, 2015 - beginning at 6:30pm.
Everyone is invited to attend! Tickets are available for sale, or can be purchased at the door!
A number of Killam Residents have contacted the Town Office requesting information for people who may assist them with snow removal for the upcoming winter. Please find a list of those who have responded to date.
Snow Shovelling or Lawn Care Assistance (as of September 15, 2015)
Tony Buchholz – Phone: (780) 385-5562
Larry Gregorwich – Snow shovelling west of Main Street
- Phone: (780) 608-0504
- Email: email@example.com
Carol Kinzer – Phone (780) 385-3082
Tyler & Abby Krys – Phone (780) 385-3859
Lynn Rosaasen - Snow blowing or lawn care
- Within 2 blocks of 4914–48Street
- Please provide a 2 day notice if possible
- Phone: (780) 385-3959 Cell: (780) 385-4564
*Please Note: This list has been created in response to a request from Killam Residents. Arrangements and determination of fees, for snow shovelling or lawn care, are between the Home Owner and Service Provider. The Town of Killam will not be responsible for any financial retributions or property damage related for these services.
The tree grates on Main Street are scheduled for some renovations!
Work has begun (September 16) to replace these "plastic" grates with metal grates. In addition, since the initial sidewalk project in 2012, the aggregate (stone looking) portions of the sidewalks have developed a number of cracks and shifting. So, along with the replacement of the grates, these portions of sidewalk will be re-laid with the added support of rebar to keep things stable!
This work will be done one section at a time, and crews are currently located on the north end of Main Street. Please be alert and use caution when your walking by these areas!
Please check back... updates will be made as they happen!
It's hard to believe it's that time of year again... but the kids are heading back to school! Please pay close attention to school zones and crossings- as sometimes the excitement of seeing your teachers and friends again may lead to a bad decision when it comes to crossing the street safely! Hoping the students at Killam Public School have an enjoyable year!