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Fire Advisory: Effective April 15, 2021
The Fire Hazard Rating for Lac Ste. Anne County is High. As a result, a Fire Advisory is effective as of April 15,2021, until further notice.
With continued dry and windy conditions, the County will NOT be authorizing any new Fire Permits until further notice.
Currently issued Fire Permits for burning and any burn barrels, cooking or warming fires in approved fire pits will be allowed at this time; however, please use with extreme caution. Existing Fire Permits will not be granted extensions while the Fire Advisory is in effect.
Please report any wildfire to 9-1-1 with exact location to assist Lac Ste. Anne County Fire Personnel in locating and extinguishing these fires in a timely fashion. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.
Additional information may be found on www.albertafirebans.ca.
For further information, please contact the Lac Ste. Anne County Fire Services Department at 1-866-880-5722 or 780-785-3411, or through the County website at www.lsac.ca.
*NEW* Beginning January 2021, waste pick up will be weekly year round on Mondays.
Rural Crime Watch
Recently, the quick response of a resident from a nearby community who reported suspicious activity to the RCMP led to the apprehension of the responsible individuals. A reminder to all residents that we are the eyes and ears of our communities. If you see suspicious activity, report it immediately to the RCMP or visit the website below and download the Alberta Rural Crime Watch app and report any crime or suspicious activity as it happens.
Emergency - Police/Fire/Ambulance: 9-1-1
RCMP - Non-Emergency Line
Stony Plain Detachment: 1-825-220-7267
Lake Isle & Lac Ste. Anne Water Quality Management Society (LILSA)
Did you know that LILSA:
- Advocates for the health of our lakes;
- Is working hard to slow and prevent the spread of FLOWERING RUSH, an invasive species that is taking over Lake Isle and making its way to Lac Ste Anne;
- Completed a State of the Watershed Report and is working with other organizations to develop a Watershed Management plan;
- Partners with municipal and provincial governments to apply for grants and improve the quality of our lakes;
- Is working on short and long-term solutions to improve our lakes and keep them healthy and useable for generations to come;
- Needs more members to keep doing their important work!
Become a LILSA Member today!
There is no time commitment required. You can do as little or as much as you choose.
By becoming a member you will:
- Help support the health of our lakes;
- Be able to vote at our AGM;
- Be eligible to run for the board;
- Be a part of the solution!
Annual Memberships are $20 (individual or family) & can be purchased at:
Alberta Beach Village Office (4935-50Ave) Lac Ste Anne County Building (56521 Rge Rd 65) Onoway Town Office (4812-51St)
Flowering Rush is a prohibited, noxious weed that has been introduced into several Alberta water bodies. It is an aquatic plant that grows as an emergent plant along shorelines of both lakes and rivers. Flowering Rush was brought to North America from Europe as a garden plant. This variety will form dense stands which will interfere with recreational lake use. Flowering Rush crowds out our native plants and has the potential to fill in an entire lake if left uncontrolled.
For more information - visit the Lake Isle Lac Ste. Anne (LILSA) website
Public Notice - Administration Office - Temporarily Closed to the Public beginning Friday, November 20, 2020
Due to the rising cases of COVID-19, the Administration Office will be temporarily closed beginning Friday, November 20th, 2020. If you require in-person assistance, we can set up an appointment with you and prepare for your visit, our office can be contacted via email and telephone at this time.
Drainage Project Update - May 21, 2020
Please be advised that the proposed drainage work on the 11th street Municipal Reserve (MR) area has been put on hold pending further consideration. This MR has been surveyed, therefore, all chattels that are located on this MR will need to be removed regardless of whether this drainage project proceeds or not. Further information will be provided in due course.
Use of Municipal Reserve Areas
A reminder to all residents that vegetation such as trees, plants and flowers are not to be removed or planted on any municipal reserve areas without prior permission from the Sumner Village. Any vegetation that has been planted on the municipal reserve areas without permission will be removed. If you have planted anything on the municipal reserve areas, please remove or move to your property. Your cooperation is appreciated.