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
Monday – Friday
News & Notices
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Village of Nampa – Media Release December 9, 2020
THE VILLAGE OF NAMPA WILL BE FOLLOWING THE ADDITIONAL MEASURES FOR AREAS UNDER ENHANCED STATUS AND WILL REMAIN IN PLACE AT LEAST UNTIL JANUARY 12, 2021
Mandatory restriction – Province wide – Effective December 8, 2020
- all indoor and outdoor social gatherings are prohibited
- Masks are mandatory in all:
indoor public places, places of worship, indoor workplaces and facilities outside the home, except when working alone in an office or a safely distanced cubicle or a barrier is in place
This workplace requirement applies to all employees, customers, visitors, delivery personnel and contractors, includes any location where employees are present in-person, includes all workplace locations where masks won’t pose a safety risk, does not change current student mask requirements in schools.
- Retail services must reduce customer capacity to 15% of fire code occupancy or a minimum of 5 customers:
- All restaurants, pubs, bars, lounges and cafes are closed to in-person service. Take out, curbside pickup and delivery services are allowed.
- All entertainment businesses and entities must close, including: Art galleries, libraries and museums
- All indoor recreation facilities must close, including community halls and centres
Albertans must continue following existing public health measures to keep everyone safe:
- Stay 2 metres apart when you can, wear a mask when you can’t,
- Practice good hygiene: wash your hands often and cover coughs and sneezes
- Monitor your symptoms every day
- If sick, stay home, get tested, and follow mandatory isolation requirements while waiting for results:
- if positive, isolate from others for 10 days or until symptoms are gone, whichever is longer
- if negative, stay home until you’re better
- Avoid non-essential travel
- Get the flu shot to keep influenza cases low so health workers can focus on the COVID-19 pandemic
More information on the new measures, including specific restrictions, can be found at: