Sunset Point

Welcome to the official website of the Summer Village of Sunset Point, Alberta. We are a community of about 242 full-time residents and there are 364 residences within our boundaries. We are located on the southeast shore of Lac Ste. Anne. Read more...

 

Pre-Authorized Tax Payment Plan

IMPORTANT - All residents currently enrolled in the monthly pre-authorized tax payment plan must read this

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Village phone number & contact

IMPORTANT - The contact for the Village has changed.

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Village CAO

The CAO office for the Summer Village of Sunset Point is currently vacant.

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Fire (June 1 11am - no fire ban until further notice)


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2018 Waste/Recycle Collection Calendar


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Sewer Revitalization Levy


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Debris Clean Up


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All Ice Heave affected Residents- Alberta Environment Info - Shoreline Restoration


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Tax Notices

New 2018 Tax Notices will be mailed on May 23-2018

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Fire Smart Committee (Volunteers required) 2018


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Disaster Recovery Program All Residents Sunset Drive


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Ice Quake January 2018

Letter to Shoreline (Sunset Drive) Residents Letter with MP response to Sunset Point

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Controlled Burning (Take CARE and CAUTION please) Summer & Fall 2018


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Tax Assessments Update


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Alberta Recreational Lakes Forum May 10th 2018


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GFL Recycle Pick up - Residents Please Read


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Illegal Dumping in the Summer Village of Sunset Point

Any person caught doing this will be charged under the Environmental Protection Act.

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2018 Firefighter recruitment and training

If you are interested in becoming a Firefighter please check this out.

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2018 Village Tax Recovery Actions


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Lake Stewardship (LILSA)

Become involved and help make a difference in the quality of your lake.

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Temporary Village Phone Number

Temporary Office phone line

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Alberta Invasive Plants Council

Check out these information brochures to help you to identify invasive plants to help protect lake and land.

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Fire Ban Not in Effect

FLOWERING RUSH (Prohibited Noxious)

Catttail - like perennial found in lakes, ponds, and irrigation canals. Originally introduced as an ornamental in water gardens.  For more information visti www.abinvasives.ca  and contact the Village office

Flowering Rush

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