Altona is an attractive, caring and progressive community with abundant cultural, recreational and educational opportunities for all ages. It’s also a community that supports an entrepreneurial spirit. Our well-educated, industrious workforce has helped build a growing and diverse industrial sector. With amenities and opportunities that rival much larger municipalities, there’s altogether no better place to be.

News listing
Town of Altona Public Works Equipment for Sale

3-ton-truckThe Town of Altona Public Works Department, has the following equipment for sale by tender with NO RESERVE. Read More…


Altona & District Chamber Announces Nominations are opened for the 2017 Annual Awards

chamberThe Altona & District Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce that nominations Read More…


2017 Garbage and Recycling Schedule

recyclingFor the 2017 Garbage and Recycling calendar, please click here: Recycling Calendar 2017


Altona & District Chamber of Commerce E-newsletter

chamber-enewsletterTo view the most recent e-newsletter from the Altona & District Chamber of Commerce Read More…


New Compost Site

Compost pictureAs of November 28th the Altona temporary compost site located along 2nd Street NE will be closed and Read More…


Events listing
ALTONA AQUATIC CENTRE – WE ARE HIRING!

Southern Manitoba’s finest Leisure aquatic fun centre – Hiring for the 2017 season Read More…


CONCESSION OPERATOR AT ALTONA AQUATIC CENTRE

We are looking for an operator for the concession at the Altona Aquatic Centre for Summer 2017!  Read More…


JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP CURLING IN ALTONA!

For the second time in a three year period, Manitoba’s top junior curlers will have the opportunity compete on Arena ice when the 2018 Canola Junior Read More…


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2017 Winter/Spring Recreation Programs

The Recreation Program flyer is out and registration for programs has started!

Be sure to check out the flyer, register online, in person, or by phone!

spring-2017-programs-final (PDF)


Ice at Nature Pond

The Ice at the Buffalo Creek Nature Pond is now safe to use!