Welcome to the Village of Spring Lake
From Spring Lake’s peaceful meadows to it’s abundance of birds that call the lake home, the Village of Spring Lake is a quaint, tranquil community nestled along the shorelines of Spring Lake, Alberta. Known for its natural beauty and the wonders that have been preserved and protected over many decades, it has been described as a Nature Lover’s Oasis.
It is the perfect place for enjoyment and relaxation for all ages. So when you hear the call of the loons, take a moment to sit back enjoy it and all that Spring Lake has to offer.
Parkland County released information to the Village of Spring Lake this week regarding completion of a new Internet tower just outside the Village of Spring Lake. The new tower currently has two Internet providers with the possible addition of more service providers in the future.
an option available locally is: Platinum Communications
The Village of Spring Lake is in no way endorsing any single provider and is only supplying information to our residents.
A good reason to pick up your dog’s Droppings
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FIRE SMART PROGRAM
Council for the Village of Spring Lake would like to promote the Fire Smart Program to Residents of Spring Lake. Please take the time to review the Fire Smart Manual.
Fire Safety is a big part of our life this year. Take the time to review the manual and assess your home.
ALBERTA WEED CONTROL ACT
New Alberta Weed Control Act: Prohibited Noxious Weeds (46):
"prohibited noxious weeds - a person shall destroy a prohibited noxious weed that is on land the person owns or occupies".
New Alberta Weed Control Act: Noxious Weeds (29):
"noxious weeds - a person shall control a noxious weed that is on land the person owns or occupies".
On June 16, 2010 the new Alberta Weed Control Act was proclaimed. The new Act will deal with invasive plants that threaten natural ecosystems in addition to agricultural lands. Changes to note in the new act is that the categories of Restricted, Noxious and Nuisance weeds have been replaced by Prohibited Noxious and Noxious weeds. The Village must issue a weed notice for Prohibited Noxious weeds and property owners shall destroy any weeds under this designation. Weed notices will be posted on the property where the weed infestation is found. Under the current list of weed species there are 46 plants in the Prohibited Noxious category and 29 in the Noxious category. The new Act will not contain any native plants as the old Act could contain native plants.
Residents of the Village of Spring Lake will be required to destroy weeds identified as Prohibited Noxious on their property and control weeds identified as Noxious. Please take the time to review the Alberta Weed Control Act and other relevant information about Noxious weeds in the link attached:
The link to view the Prohibited Noxious and Noxious Weeds is www1.agric.gov.ab.ca/$Department/deptdocs.nsf/all/prm14063/$FILE/prohibited.pdf
For More Information click this link www1.agric.gov.ab.ca/$department/deptdocs.nsf/all/agdex14768
Municipal Emergency Management Bylaw #327
The Municipal Emergency Management Bylaw #327 was passed in the Village of Spring Lake November 9, 2010. The Village of Spring Lake is working towards more current policies and proceedures in the event of a Disaster or Emergency within our municipality. One small step towards being prepared is encouraging residents to be PREPARED. Following is a linc below to the "Emergency Preparedness Guide" produced by Public Safety Canada. Please take the time to prepare your family.