The Town of High River had a respectable year when it comes to construction in 2022.
Stats provided by the town show there were 227 building permits issued worth $28.8 million.
That's down from 2021 when 245 permits were issued worth $43.7 million.
$18 million in permits were handed out last year for residential construction with another $3.9 million for Institutional permits and $1.3 million for Recreational facilities.
Institutional jobs included work at Notre Dame Collegiate for the Christ the Redeemer School Division and the High River Hospital.
The bulk of the Recreational permit value reflects the work done on the Curling Rink slab at the Bob Snodgrass Recreational Complex.
Permits handed out last year for residential construction included 34 single-family homes and 10 multi-family homes.
The year before, permits were worth $36 million for 55 single-family dwellings and 51 multi-family.
A lot of people did renovations last year with permits totalling $3.7 million, up slightly from the year before.
The town's best year was 2007 when 355 building permits were issued worth $90.4 million.