Welcome to the Village of Nampa

The history of our community dates back to 1916 when “Pa” Christian filed the first homestead in the Nampa area. Soon after, the East Dunvegan and B.C. Railway built a line through this part of the Peace Region. In 1921, the Village formally became Nampa – an Indigenous word meaning “The Place”.

Once Nampa was established, businesses began to move into the community. The construction of a hotel, a general store and post office were approved.

The growth of the Village of Nampa has been, and continues to be, closely involved with agriculture. Nampa has long been a farming community driven by the hard work and dedication by the people of the Village and its surrounding area.

The residents of The Village of Nampa and surrounding area would like to extend a warm invitation to have you visit our community in the central Peace Region of Northwestern Alberta. The warm and friendly hospitality of The Village of Nampa will ensure that your stay is enjoyable.

The Village of Nampa is an important regional service centre and an active agricultural community situated in Northern Sunrise County. Tourism is an integral part of its economy.

Nearby, the scenic Heart River Valley provides a beautiful setting as well as a natural recreation area for its residents and visitors alike. The Heart River Golf Course provides a challenging nine-hole course. As well, nearby Harmon Valley Park has day use and overnight camping facilities.

The Village boasts a number of public parks, a tourism information centre and a museum. The Nampa Recreation Centre is a multi-use facility that enables the Village and surrounding area to hold a number of special events throughout the year.

Village of Nampa

Located at 9902 102 Avenue
Nampa Regional Civic Center
Nampa, Alberta T0H 2R0

Office Hours

Monday – Friday
8:30 am – 4:30 pm 


News & Notices

Paying Property Taxes & Utilities through Credit Card

The Village of Nampa is now offering the below services through PaySimply in partnership with ATB

Set up to pay your Taxes or Utilities online by Credit Card using the links below:

Taxes:  paysrc.ca/nampataxes,

Utilities: paysrc.ca/nampautilities

Please allow 3 business days for processing.  A convenience fee will be applied to cover payment handling and processing charges.

PaySimply is a service provided by Payment Source

Nampa & District Library

The Library is now open Tuesday – Friday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm, closed 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm for lunch
10:00 am – 11:00 am – For Seniors
11:00 am – 12:00 pm – For families
1:00 pm – 5:00 pm – General Public

Nampa & District Museum

The Museum will be reopening on Monday July 6th. Hours of operation will be Monday – Sunday
10:00 am – 5:00 pm.
All public entering the Museum will be expected to sanitize their hands upon entry and continue to physical distance at six (6) feet apart.
All other Provincial guidelines will remain in effect.

Relaunch of Playgrounds

As part of the Government of Alberta’s relaunch plan, the Village of Nampa is reopening some previously closed sites.
Effective May 25 the following sites will be reopened to public access:
All Municipal Playgrounds
Mill Brown Campground

While these areas are reopening, the threat of COVID-19 remains. All parks users must exercise caution and continue to adhere to the following public health orders and personal safety guidelines:

  • Keep at least two metres (six feet) away from people from other households,
  • Avoid large groups and gatherings,
  • Wash hands thoroughly and frequently,
  • Avoid touching your face,
  • Cover your cough or sneeze,
  • Limit the use of the amenities at busy times,
  • Stay home if feeling unwell with no exceptions,
  • Caution should be taken around common touchpoints; proper hand hygiene should be practiced,
  • Refrain from touching your face with unclean hands,
  • Carry and use hand sanitizer containing at least 60% alcohol content, and,
  • Wear a mask in public places to help limit the risk of spread to others if you will be within 2 metres of people other than members of your own household.

           It is the responsibility of the user to wash/sanitize hands before and after using the playground equipment

                   Thank you for your cooperation at this time!

Meals to Wheels

Northern Sunrise County is offering a Wheels to Meals Program! Click these Links for more information: