Sturgeon County north of Edmonton says the dry conditions are hurting the livelihood of farmers.
Last week Parkland County west of the city made a similar declaration and last month McKenzie County in northern Alberta announced a drought disaster.
Communities that make the declaration hope it will lead to financial help from the provincial and federal governments.
Leduc County south of Edmonton is to consider a disaster declaration on Tuesday and other areas in the province facing extremely low soil moisture levels are looking at similar moves.
Sturgeon County Mayor Tom Flynn says low rainfall and hot, dry weather are combining for tough times.
“These severe drought conditions are challenging our local farmers, and by issuing this declaration we hope to increase awareness of these tough conditions producers are facing," he said Monday.
Large swaths of Alberta have experienced low rainfall since April, with many areas receiving well under 40 per cent of normal precipitation.
The drought is affecting cereals, oil seeds and hay for livestock.
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