Falher Regional Recreation Complex Naming Rights Request for Proposals The Town of Falher is sending out a RFP for the naming rights to the Falher Regional Recreation Complex. Complex. Proposals must outline financial details offered to the Town, the length of proposed naming rights with a multi year deal preferred. If possible, the proposal should include an initial proof of concept for the proposed signage. The link below includes a full RFP package for all those interested. Completed proposals can be returned via email to recreation@falher.ca or regular mail: ATTN: Sherry Limoges Director of Community Services Town of Falher RE:CONFIDENTIAL FRRC RFP PO BOX 155Read More →

CLOSED – Big Red Slide Recently some safety concerns presented themselves at the Honey Capital Park, specifically with our ‘Big Red Slide’. Our crews, combined with local experts are assessing the issues in order to provide a safe playground for our region. Unfortunately, however, the current condition means we cannot allow the public to use the ‘Big Red Slide’. The tower structure itself remains safe to use and the 2 smaller slides remain open. This winter’s intense freeze thaw cycle caused excessive tension on the slide tube, and thus the damage we are left with. We are working to finalize some cost estimates for totalRead More →

Welcome to Falher Sign Replacement   Calling local artisans!   The Town of Falher is requesting proposals for the replacement of the of a bilingual welcome to the Town of Falher sign, and rehabilitation of it’s surrounding base (including landcaping) situated as travellers enter the municipality from Highway 2. The Town of Falher is requesting proposals from local artisan(s) for the creative design, construction, and installation of a signage project. Proposal format is flexible to allow local artisans to showcase their craftsmanship and leave a lasting mark on the community. Those at the helm of a successful proposal will be responsible for the design, fabrication,Read More →

Land Use Bylaw Refresh The Town of Falher has initiated a refresh of the current Land Use Bylaw. The goal of this project is to develop a new Land Use Bylaw that better serves the needs and interests of the community, while also positioning the Town to achieve its growth potential and aspirations.   What is the Land Use Bylaw? The Land Use Bylaw is a bylaw adopted by Council to regulate the use of land and buildings within the Town. Among others, it divides up the Town into specific areas or zones, and determines what is the appropriate use of land and buildings inRead More →