Two Hills



140 km to Edmonton

Key Industries

Oil & gas, agriculture and tourism


Approximately 1,443 residents


Kindergarten to grade 12

The wide fields – with crops of grains and pastureland dominating the landscape – offer you a sense of freedom. Immense skies stretch out in all directions: wispy cirrus clouds, a thunderhead rolling in, or the dazzling colours of a prairie sunrise. Small stands of trees dot the surrounding farmland, but offer shelter to the streets, homes, and yards in town. This peaceful community offers a beautiful home for individuals and families with growing children.

There are restaurants, shops, and services needed for day-to-day living, as well as churches, community services and social groups to join. Some supports provided by the local Family and Community Services include a babysitter registry, mom and tot programs, and more. The two schools, the public school and the Mennonite school, provide education for kindergarten to grade 12. The community schools have more than enough options to help keep kids active including sports, dance, and theatre.

The Town of Two Hills features several parks, tennis courts, and ball diamonds, as well as a nine-hole golf course and country club. Additional recreational facilities include the indoor swimming pool, rec centre, and agricultural centre. Take swimming lessons or an aqua aerobics class, enjoy the sauna, or watch your kids play in the children’s pool. Join the curling league, lift weights, or take a yoga class at the recreation centre. Aside from the annual fair and rodeo, 4-H clubs meet at the Two Hills & District Agricultural Society grounds or Arena for shows and clinics, hockey games and practice, or the annual Bullarama and rodeo.

To learn more about life in Two Hills, visit the town website or Two Hills County website.


The Two Hills Health Centre offers services throughout the patient care cycle, from initial diagnosis to active care and recovery. This includes diagnostic imaging, lab and x-ray departments, as well as therapeutic and outpatient services providing physical, occupational, and respiratory therapy, in addition to speech language pathology services. There is also a 24-hour emergency department, with acute care and continuing care beds, nutrition counseling and home care services operating out of the hospital.

Living and working in a smaller community has plenty of benefits. As part of an inter-professional team, you’ll see a variety of patients and healthcare concerns that you might not have the opportunity to work with in a larger facility. Collaborate with your colleagues, and get to know your team, patients, and their families on a more personal level.

Discover opportunities for career growth and professional development. Employees have access to a variety of internal courses on a range of relevant subjects, from leadership development to clinical best practices. In addition, some professionals are eligible for financial support to take post-secondary courses or to attend conferences or seminars.

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