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. This is NOT a Map of the beach.
We are working to make the storage area more effficient and safer. 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, along with a laminated tag available at the site
The Honourable Shaye Anderson, Minister of Municipal Affairs, is pleased to announce the beginning of consultations with Albertans and key stakeholders regarding the LAEA.
Whether you have been instrumental in planning a local election, contributed to a candidate, voted in local elections, advertised on behalf of a candidate, or ran for your local municipality, the LAEA has affected you. All Albertans are being asked for their feedback on a variety of topics regarding local elections, and we want to hear from you as we consider making changes to this important piece of legislation.
The links below will take you to a Government of Alberta Web Site.
The above chart tracks the historic water level for Moose lake over the past 60 years
Water levels on Moose Lake
This links to an Edmonton Sun article about Ice Quakes that happened In January of 2018.