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|Municipal district||Brazeau County|
|• Reeve||Wes Tweedle |
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In 2005, Brazeau County conducted a municipal census among its hamlets that recorded a population of 317 in Rocky Rapids.
Located within the Pembina oil field, the economy of Rocky Rapids is based mostly on oil and gas.
Arts and culture
Rocky Rapids has an outdoor skating rink, basketball hoops, and a park with playground amenities. A pedestrian path links Rocky Rapids with Drayton Valley to the south.
Rocky Rapids is located within Division 4 of Brazeau County. On council, Division 4 is represented by Councillor Kara Westerlund (Dykstra), who was elected in the 2010 Alberta municipal elections. Wes Tweedle is the reeve of Brazeau County.
- Brazeau County Council
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