Welcome to Irma

The Village of Irma is a friendly community of 521 people 90 minutes East of Edmonton and 20 minutes West of Wainwright.  Our motto is “Looking to the Future” and as a growing community we do that.

We have a world class ball area that has held National events, and youth tournaments with as many as 37 teams. We also have an arena, curling rink, and golf course in the Village.

We have a K-12 school and in 2017 the province of Alberta announced Irma will be receiving a brand new school. Construction on this project is anticipated in 2018.

We have several eating establishments, two banks (ATB and Credit Union), a post office, a mechanic shop, an auto body shop, several shops, hair stylist parlour, a Co-op grocery store and Card Lock fuel station.

Our fire department is made up of around 20 volunteers who use state of the art technology and equipment to provide not just fire service but also some medical services to our community and area.

Every year during August Long weekend Irma holds “Irma Days” which is a weekend long event that has several activities like; ball, golf, curling (Yes curling in July-August), a rancher’s rodeo, kids zone, and much more.

Irma is supported by three main industries: oil & gas, agriculture, and the military base in Wainwright.

We are a proud, hardworking community who would love to see you stop by for a visit or call Irma home.

Village News

07 Dec Irma Awards

On November 22, 2017 Irma, along with the other ICE Communities, had a meeting with Minister Anderson of Municipal Affairs. At this meeting we received our Municipal Excellence Award for our ICE progr

19 Sep Irma Council Elections

Nomination Day Nomination Day for the Village of Irma was held Monday, September 18, 2017 at the Village Office between 10:00AM and Noon. The results are listed below. Official Doug Coubrough –

04 May Great-grandma wins $50M

Lois Olsen

Alberta’s newest multi-millionaire wishes she’d won her big lottery prize a couple of decades back, when she would have had more time left to enjoy it. Lois Olsen thinks 80 is a bit old fo

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