Village of Allliance, Alberta  
jsinclair@villageofalliance.ca

Tel: (780) 879-3911
Fax: (780) 879-2235
 

Village of Alliance

Near the Battle River,  just off Highway 36 between Highway 12 and Highway 13,  the longest straight section of railway in Western Canada begins at Alliance - Battle River Railway - a historical rail company that features a tourism train, and freight transport.

 Alliance, AB is located just 211 km southeast of Edmonton, 175 km east of Red Deer, and less than 2 hours from the Saskatchewan border.

The Village of Alliance is located next to the junction of Highway 602 and 36, in the southern portion of Flagstaff County No. 29. 
Highway 36 is a major north/south highway through eastern Alberta and provides easy access to all major centres.


This is a spirited community where neighbours and friends are like family. You'll always be greeted with a smile and a cheerful hello. A walking trail surrounds the village and our tree-lined streets are cozy and inviting. In the spring and summer, Alliance bursts with blossoms, while the fall brings a riot of colors. The nearby river valley is breathtaking all year round.

Farming, ranching, oil and gas activity  help make up the economic base - as do the twenty-nine local businesses and the many home-based activities.

Please feel free to contact us for more information.