Keeping the beach area clean and free of debris is critical to the health of our lake. While ownership of the beach is a Provincial matter, you have the responsibility to make sure that the beach in front of your property is taken care of.
This file is the lot number reference using the land description for description.
We are working to make the storage area more effficient and safer. This will entail removing some trees and re-organizing some areas. While we don't allow long term camping in the area, we have made some changes to help with short term camping for a week end. Use of the area will require a filled out waiver - available below
This list uses the lot number for reference and provides only the assessed values for the summer village.
The 2016 assessment list is also available here for reference
2017 assessment & tax notices will be out later
By Paul Tercier august 26, 2017
The Summer Village of Bonnyville Beach is going to be Celebrating our 60th anniversary in 2018 and we want to make it memorable. We had a pretty good time at the 50th in 2008, and want to improve cause we are 10 years better!. Now we are putting together a committee to plan for this event next summer.
Contact Councilor Laurie Gardner or Hall Manager Debbie Cameron to find out more.
In 2014 the council decided to update our tractor/mower and use the storage area of the office to provide better protection for our equipment. With funding from the MSI capital grant program we were able to make this step to improve our equipment and storage
Your temporary dock placement affects the lake shore and lake itself. In August 2015 the Province of Alberta has put some regulations in place
While the Summer Village has always tried to be as free from regulations as possible. We are responsible for the emergency access to our Village. This means we must have sufficient space for firetrucks and other emergency vehicles to get to where they are needed.