The Hamlet of Dalroy has a small community hall which serves as a local meeting place and is located at RR7, LCD 1.
Nearby facilities include:
In the nearby hamlet of Langdon, there is the Langdon Field House, the Langdon Women’s Institute and the Langdon IOOF Hall.
- Chestermere Regional Recreation Centre
201 West Chestermere Drive, Chestermere (map)
The facility has ongoing events and features Olympic and NHL sized ice rinks, a curling rink, baseball diamonds, soccer fields, an outdoor corral and a lounge.
The County currently has nine electoral divisions, and a councillor represents each division.
If you don't want to take your garbage to a transfer site or chuckwagon, you can contact a private waste collection company for garbage pickup.
The Hamlet of Dalroy came into being when Mr. George Rheder built the first store, post office and lumber store in about 1909. The CP Rail line came through the hamlet in 1910.
The first Dalroy school was built in 1916 and closed in 1949 when the building was moved to Kathyrn. The first elevator was built in 1917. The post office closed in 1968 when rural delivery began.
Call 911 for medical emergencies. Rocky View County is serviced by ground ambulances operated by Alberta Health Services.
The nearest acute care hospitals with emergency services are:
Call 911 for all emergencies.
Responsible for keeping the peace, preventing crimes and investigating crimes already committed.
- RCMP Beiseker Detachment
Rocky View County Enforcement and Compliance
Responsible for public safety, promoting traffic safety, protecting County roads and infrastructure and enforcing County bylaws.
There are no schools located directly in Dalroy. Students in this area attend school in nearby communities.
The County currently does not provide water servicing in Dalroy. Water service is by private water wells.
Wastewater servicing is through private septic systems or pump-out systems, and connections to the County's East Rocky View septic services.
Electricity & Natural Gas
Electricity and natural gas are deregulated in Alberta. The Alberta Government has a website to assist customers with choosing a provider for a residence or business. Contact your distributor in the event of a natural gas emergency.
Please contact FortisAlberta for electrical emergencies, power and streetlight outages at 403.310.9473 or at the FortisAlberta website.