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Designated Heritage Properties

BETTON RESIDENCE

Municipal Historic Resource
232 – 3 Ave SE, High River

CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY STATION

Provincial Historic Resource
406 – 1 Street SW, High River

CLARK RESIDENCE, THE

Provincial Historic Resource
725 Macleod Trail, High River

E.P. RANCH

Provincial Historic Resource
RR 2, High River Plan 041 1253, Area A

FM RANCH ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE

Provincial Historic Resource
High River

FORMER NURSES RESIDENCE

Registered Historic Resource & Municipal Historic Resource
440 Macleod Trail SW, High River

FORMER TOWN OFFICE

Municipal Historic Resource
129 – 3 Ave SW, High River

FULTON THOMPSON RESIDENCE

Municipal Historic Resource
618 – 3 St SE, High River

GARRETT RESIDENCE

Municipal Historic Resource
501 – 8 Street SW, High River

KELLY RESIDENCE

Municipal Historic Resource
233 – 2 Ave SE, High River

KINNEAR RESIDENCE

Municipal Historic Resource
820 Crescent Ave SE, High River

LEITCH RESIDENCE

Municipal Historic Resource
228 – 2 Ave SE, High River

LEMUEL SEXSMITH RESIDENCE

Registered Historic Resource
708 – 3 Street SE, High River

MACCOY CABIN

Provincial Historic Resource
1201 – 5 Street SE, High River

MCKEAGE RESIDENCE

Municipal Historic Resource
220 – 2 Ave SE, High River

METHODIST MANSE

Municipal Historic Resource
315 – 2 Ave SE

MUSEUM OF THE HIGHWOOD

Provincial Historic Resource
401 – 1 Street West, High River

TOWN FARM

Municipal Historic Resource
820 Highwood Trail SW, High River

WALES THEATRE

Municipal Historic Resource
421 – 1 Street SW, High River

W.O MITCHELL RESIDENCE

Municipal Historic Resource
514 – 8 Street SW, High River

 

Heritage Inventory Project

In 2011, Council passed a bylaw to create the Heritage Advisory Board, with a mandate to work with Council, designated Town Staff and the public to identify and document the Town’s historic resources, conduct activities to celebrate historic places and events, and raise awareness of the importance of heritage conservation and protection.

Since that time, the board has achieved significant progress in fulfilling that mandate, including the completion of three Heritage Inventory Projects, with support and assistance from the Province of Alberta through the Municipal Heritage Partnership Program. The final reports can be viewed below.

Historic High River

The Town of High River Heritage Advisory Board has placed interpretive signs around town to describe some of the important historic heritage areas throughout High River.