Town of Provost Councilors serving supper at Community BBQ June 2023
Community Spirit is strong in Provost.

Provost at its heart is full of small-town charm, and helpful neighbours that look out for one another. 

We are the perfect size to enjoy all of the educational, recreational, and entertainment facilities of a thriving city. Yet, we remain small enough to appreciate the convenience and security of a rural way of life. 

Provost is an exceptional community to raise a family.

The Town and Municipal District of Provost are home to an extensive range of community organizations that provide leisure, social activities, support, or services.


Provost FRN Schedule

Places of Worship

Central Lutheran Church

5322 52 St, Provost, AB T0B 3S0

St Mary Roman Catholic Church

5119 45 St, Provost, AB T0B

Phone(780) 753-2151

New Hope Gospel Church

5220 40 St, Provost, AB T0B 3S0

Provost United Church

5204 50 St, Provost, AB T0B 3S0

Provost Community Church

5140 51 St, Provost, AB T0B 3S0

Volunteer & Service Clubs

Provost Lions Club Handi-Van Service Society



Provost Healthcare Auxiliary



Provost Kinsmen Club



Rising Strong Cancer Support Group


Financial Institutions

Financial Institutions

ATB Financial 






Servus Credit Union


Additional Services & Resources

Provost Library

Provost Library

5035 49 St, Provost, AB T0B 3S0

Phone: 780-753-2801

Provost Chamber of Commerce

Phone: 780-753-2261

Provost News

Century 21 Realtor


Leckie & Associates LLP


Provost & District Museum

Provost Municipal Library

Provost Library

The library is a proud member of the Parkland Regional Library system, a cooperative of 48 public libraries across central Alberta. With your library membership, you are a member of 48 other unique libraries and have access to their services too.

Provost Municipal Library Website

Regular Hours

  • Sunday Closed
  • Monday 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
  • Tuesday 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
  • Wednesday 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
  • Thursday 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
  • Friday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
  • Saturday Closed


  • Phone: 780-753-2801


  • 5035 – 49th Street
  • Box 120
  • Provost, AB, T0B 3S0

Communities in Bloom

Communities in Bloom has been active in Provost for many years and named Provincial Winners in 2008, 2012, 2015, 2019 & 2021.  In 2023 Provost Competed at the National Level of Competition. 

  • Plant day involves students from Provost Public School, volunteers from the community as well as town staff.

  • Downtown barrels are kept at their locations and utilized for seasonal decorating (i.e. small Christmas trees, fall displays)
  • Town Council provides town employee and summer student participation – planting, mowing, watering, and weeding.
  • The town continues replacing some of the older wooden stave barrels with self-watering planters.
  • 2021 Provost placed first for the 5th time in in CiB provincial judging.
  • Bat Houses In 2021/22, a Provost volunteer built several bat houses that were distributed throughout the community.


FCSS- Provost & District Family and Community Support Services

Provost & District Family and Community Support Services


Serving to build a stronger community

PDFCSS Mission Statement

Provost & District Family and Community Support Services’ mission is to build a stronger community by promoting personal and family development. Community needs are addressed by providing, administrating, or assisting program services.

We Are Stronger Together


Phone: 780-753-2288

Healthy Families

Healthy Families Logo


Town and MD of Provost

Provincial Bldg Box 758 5419-44st. Provost, AB


Phone: (780) 753-2289

Healthy Families- Home Visitation is a voluntary in-home service offered to parents and parents-to-be (prenatal to 6 years of age). Home Visitation Facilitators support parents to be the best they can be through building parental self-confidence and strengthing the foundations of family.

Our primary focus is:

  • To build foundations for strong family functioning
  • Fostering the growth of secure attachment relationships and developmentally enriched, empathic parenting.
  • To promote healthy childhood growth and development
  • Support for prenatal care and its role in a healthy pregnancy
  • Support families to reduce their stress and build protective buffers for their children

Our approach is family-centered and strength based, we work in partnership with families and tailor services to best meet their needs. Our enhanced home visitation also supports engagement with siblings within the home up to age 13.

Community Service Agencies