Jarvie is a small hamlet of about 125 residents, located 40 km north of Westlock off Highway 44 and is nestled on the banks of the Pembina River. In the surrounding area you will find many lakes for camping, fishing and water sports. During the fall and winter enjoy the numerous skidoo trails, hunting and ice fishing. There are a number of services available in the town including a community center that accomodates the senior drop-in group, Fire Hall, Cache Park with the Bat and Bird Conservancy, Jarvie Legion Play Park and skating rink. Jarvie residents take pride in their homes and you will enjoy the beautiful gardens and well kept yards Jarvie looks forward to your visit and seeing all the town and area has to offer.
Jarvie Community Council was formed in 1943, incorporated as a society on August 21, 1946, and oversees many of the activities in the hamlet. The Jarvie Community Center is home to a temporary post office, public library, foot care services, rental venues and sports activities such as pickle ball, volleyball, floor curling to name a few. There is a static display of an old sawmill as well as local play park and skate park.
Located nearby is Cache Park Conversancy, where many birds and other wildlife can be viewed and enjoyed.
Jarvie Annual Events
Jarvie Days – last Saturday before the August long weekend
Jarvie Services & Organizations
Jarvie Community Council – 780-954-3869
Jarvie Community Library – 780-954-3935
Jarvie Community Center 780-954-3757
Jarvie Hall Bookings 780-954- 2669
Jarvie Rod & Gun Club – 780-674-2799
Jarvie United Church – 780-954-3858
Camp Mackinicholea – 780-954-2662
Christ The King Catholic Church – 780-349-4373
Pembina West 4-H Beef Club – 780-954-2199