Important Information and Notices for Lakeview

2021 TAXES

The 2021 Taxation Notices were mailed on June 8, 2021.  If you have not received your notice by June 25, 2021, please contact Emily at 780-914-0997.  Taxes are due on August 31, 2021.

If taxes are not paid on or before August 31, 2021 an 18% penalty will be applied to current taxes.  If taxes are not paid on or before December 31, 2021 a further 18% penalty will be applied to all outstanding taxes.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Emily.


Community Garage Sale 

The Summer village of Lakeview will be opening the gates for a Community Garage Sale on June 12th & June 13th, 2021. Time will be from 9:00am to 6:00pm.

All residents wishing to hold a garage sale are encouraged to do so on this week.

Please ensure all Covid-19 guidelines are followed including physical distancing, wearing masks and sanitizing.


2021 Federal Census

Please be advised that Census Workers will be in the Village over the next few weeks. We encourage all residents to participate.


FIRE RESTRICTION IN PLACE- May 03, 2021

Safe fires in fire pits, burn barrels, incinerators with screens, gas or propane stoves/barbeques and propane fire pits are allowed. No open fires or major burn operations are allowed during this time.



Many thanks to Resident Rene Hebers for the delightful collection of birdhouses he donated to the Summer Village

LAKEVIEW RESIDENTS

SOME REMINDERS

Just a reminder that we need to remain cognizant of Alberta Health COVID-19 restrictions.While using the park and green spaces in the summer village please keep the number of guests to a minimum and be respectful of the 6 foot distancing rules. If you carry something into the park/green space areas please carry it back out, we do not provide clean-up service and provision of the porta potty will not be available this season due to COVID-19 restrictions. Dogs must remain on leash at all times and responsible pet owners please clean-up after them! Be respectful of others at all times, not everyone is dog friendly.

Thank you.

FIRE RESTRICTION IN PLACE- May 03, 2021

Safe fires in fire pits, burn barrels, incinerators with screens, gas or propane stoves/barbeques and propane fire pits are allowed. No open fires or major burn operations are allowed during this time.

COVID - 19 RESPONSE

Effective immediately, the Administration Office for the Summer Village of Lakeview will be closed to the public. Office staff will be available by phone at 780-914-0997 and/or email at cao@lakeview.ca.

LAKEVIEW COUNCIL 

Next Council Meeting

April 22, 2021 at 4:30 pm

to be held via teleconference

Please call the Village Office for call-in details.

PLEASE REMEMBER:  Fireworks in the Summer Village of Lakeview are prohibited.

Permission may be granted under special circumstances through written request submitted to Administration and Council.

PUBLIC NOTICE

Given the current situation regarding COVID - 19, Council meetings will be held via teleconference. If members of the general public are interested in participating, please call the office at 780-914-0997 so we can work on alternate arrangements.

Alberta Health Services has confirmed the presence of blue-green algae in Wabamun Lake.

Please click on the pdf below for more information.

Blue-green algae information.pdf • 976.9 KB

FIRE ADVISORY

Fire services warns residents that a fire restriction or ban may be coming if conditions do not improve. Open fires are allowed with permits, but residents are reminded to be extra vigilant. Soaking the area adjacent to fire pits with water is recommended. Fire permits may be restricted.

FOR INFORMATION ON SHORELINE MODIFICATION PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW

http://www.alberta.ca/lakeshores.aspx?utm_source=redirector

FOR INFORMATION ABOUT THE ENGAGEMENT SESSIONS REGARDING THE WABAMUN LAKE BOAT ACCESS PLEASE SEE THE PDF BELOW

Wabamun Lake Boat Access Project.pdf • 414.3 KB

Wabamun Watershed Spring 2020 Newsletter

Wabamun Watershed Spring Newsletter.pdf • 4 MB

Parkland County Boat Launch Update

Canadian Navigable Waters Act.pdf • 107.3 KB

Lakeview June 2020 Newsletter

LakeviewJune2020newsletter.pdf • 3.4 MB

Alberta Environment and Parks Outreach Services

Please click on the link below for the Mooring Standards Survey

http://www.alberta.ca/mooring-standards-engagement.aspx

The Government of Alberta is currently continuing its review of Alberta’s Police Act with a public survey. Throughout the fall, the Alberta government has met with a wide range of stakeholders representing law enforcement, health and social services sectors, municipalities and Indigenous communities. The survey provides the opportunity for the public to have its say on the future of policing in Alberta. It covers several topics related to law enforcement, such as the role of police in community, processes for handling complaints from the public and officer discipline. The survey is now open and will remain open until January 4, 2021

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