The Village of Alberta Beach is set on the shores of Lac Ste. Anne and approximately 60km West of Edmonton and is primarily used for recreation and over the years has become a popular resort to visit. Alberta Beach has a combination of permanent and summer residents. Our permanent population taken from the 2011 census is 865 and on a busy summer weekend can attract 3000 or more visitors to the sandy beach and shallow waters providing fun for all ages.

I would like to thank everyone for coming out to our Council Meet & Greet on August 14, 2014 held at the 50 Plus Club. We had some great conversations and hopefully answered some if not all of your concerns. We will be looking at all the suggestions that were dropped in the box. Just a word on the Alberta Beach Development Proposal that was on display. It was presented to us this week, by a private developer, council has not had an opportunity to discuss the proposal as a group, but we will. I just want to say it is a proposal in the early stages and there are a lot of questions that need to be asked and answered and a lot of discussion to be had. If and when it does happen it will not be overnight, but it is something we will be looking at for the future. Any comments or concerns please feel free to contact myself or any of our councillors.
Jim Benedict
Mayor
PUBLIC NOTICE: Alberta Health Services has issued a Water Health Advisory for the Main Beach Area at Alberta Beach due to the presence of harmful bacteria, swimming is not recommended in this area swim at your own risk. Results of bacteriological tesing of this beach area have shown increased levels of fecal coliform bacteria in the water, which can cause serious illness. Alberta Health Services will continue to monitor the water quality. For further questions or concerns, please contact Health Link Alberta at 1-866-408-5465.
 
The Lac Ste. Anne & Lake Isle Water Quality Society Annual General Meeting will be held Saturday August 23, 2014 at 10:00am at the Alberta Beach Agliplex - Get involved help protect our lakes.
 
FCSS Summer Programming - "Do you need something to do this summer? Join the fun and games put on by Lac Ste. Anne County!!! There is still lots of space available in the summer programs, so don't delay. REGISTER NOW!!! Go on day trips to Galaxyland, WEM Water Park, and Whitecourt. Spend a few hours playing sports, getting dirty and having a blast at our Kinder Camps and Youth Half Day Programs. Come camp out at Lessard Lake or spend a night sleeping under the stars in the Telus World of Science. So many amazing programs, so much fun but so little time, don't wait any longer to sign up for these summer programs. Please call Summer Program Coordinator Amanda Lucas at 1-866-880-5722 (Toll Free) or (780)-785-3411 Ext 229."
 
Public Notice - Alberta Beach, Lac Ste. Anne County and the Summer Villages of Sunset Point and Val Quentin have recently initiated a project to develop a new Inter-Municipal Development Plan (IDP). The IDP will establish the shared vision for the future development of lands within the IDP area.
Alberta Beach - Media Release
IDP Questionnaire - Citizens
IDP Questionnaire - Civic Developers
IDP Questionnaire - Civil Society
Lac Ste. Anne & Lake Isle Water Quality Society - Membership Drive
Response to questions asked from the January Council Open House
Canada's Recycling Program for Mobile Devices & Accessories: Recycle my Cell-The Alberta Beach Administration Office hosts a drop off location.
Assessment Roll - Assessment Year 2013, Tax Year 2014
Alberta Fire Bans - Home
Alberta Seniors Property Tax Deferral Program
Tri-Village Regional Sewage Services Commission Policy Information: Installation of Clean-Outs\Line Blockages & Separations
Tri-Village Regional Sewage Services Commission Emergency Contact Info:
Please contact the Village Office for further information.

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