The Municipal District of Taber will be a community based upon principles that include trust and integrity, social and cultural vitality and economic and environmental sustainability.
The Corporate Mission of the Municipal District of Taber is to provide excellence in governance and service that will promote a healthy, diverse and dynamic community.
The M.D. of Taber is located in south central Alberta neighbouring with 6 other rural municipalities. Running east through the center of the municipalities is the Oldman River that joins with the Bow River at our east boundary. The Bow River defines a majority of our north boundary and Chin Lakes as well as Chin Coullee defines the south.
We have access to primary highways such as Highway 3, 36, and 25, as well as a number of secondaries that divide the M.D. of Taber proportionately. These highways provide great access and routing to all major centres.
Population & Statistics
In April of 2016 we as a municipality conducted a Municipal Census to identify population, location of residences, and age groups.
Based on our census we have a total population as of April 15, 2016 of 7,173 people.
We have completed a number of additional summaries to help better understand the results.
Population Excluding Hamlets Listed Below Total: 5,762 People
|Grassy Lake||On Highway 3, 2.5 miles from the East Boundary||815
|Hays||Intersection of Highway 875 and 524|| 163
|Enchant||Along Highway 526 in the NW corner of the M.D.||259|
|Johnson's Addition||Adjacent to the west side of the Town of Taber||130|
|Purple Springs||On Highway 3 approx. 10 miles East of Taber|| 44
||Total Hamlets Population:||1411|