PARTIAL FIRE BAN
IS CURRENTLY IN EFFECT
A PARTIAL FIRE BAN means all fires must be confined within a non-combustible structure, container or barrel with openings covered with a heavy gauge metal screen having a mesh size not larger than twelve (12) millimeters and which is used for the purpose of cooking or burning refuse.
CURRENT SURVEYS & PUBLIC INPUT
LAKE WATER QUALITY VIEWPOINTS SURVEY
(NOTE: THE SUMMER VILLAGE IS POSTING THIS SURVEY ON BEHALF OF LILSA)
Lake Isle and Lake Ste. Anne (LILSA) is interested in hearing the viewpoints on lake water quality from residents & general users at Lake Isle & Lac Ste Anne Lake. Our primary goal from this survey is to find out the current knowledge base around the water quality, overall lake health, and your major concerns surrounding it.
This survey is completely anonymous, however if you would like any further information or would be willing to take any additional follow up surveys, you can leave your contact information at the end of the survey. Providing us with your contact information also gets you entered into a draw for a gift card to a local business. This survey is available until June 15, 2021
LILSA, a non-profit society, is committed to promoting the preservation of Lake Isle and Lac Ste Anne Lake, located 40 minutes west of Edmonton, Alberta. Our goal is to maintain and improve the quality of the water. Our society is run entirely by volunteers.
Please go to the link LILSA Lake Water Quality Survey or go to the LILSA website https://www.lsawaterquality.com/ and click on 'Take Survey Now' which is located on our homepage.
Public Hearing for Municipal Development Plan Bylaw 220-2020
The Summer Village of South View is currently part of a 3-component project along with 7 other municipalities. One component is to adopt a Municipal Development Plan (MDP) which will be a mandatory requirement for all municipalities under the Modernized Municipal Government Act. The Municipal Development Plan is a primary document that guides the future development and growth of the whole community. The MDP sets the vision on how to accommodate this growth responsibly and serves as an important decision-making tool for Council, administration and all stakeholders. As a statutory plan required by the Alberta Municipal Government Act, the MDP provides direction for Council, administration, developers and builders, property-owners, residents and adjacent municipalities.
An MDP will address several items, including:
-future land use
Part of the process of creating and eventually adopting an MDP includes Public Consultation and Input.
1st Reading of Bylaw 220-2020 - A Bylaw to Adopt a Municipal Development Plan - was given on July 15, 2020.
A Public Open House for the Municipal Development Plan and Municipal Development Plan Bylaw 220-2020 took place on Saturday, September 12, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. at the Darwell Centennial Hall located at the Junction of Highways 765 and 633, Darwell, AB, Canada.
Public Hearing for Land Use Bylaw (LUB) 219-2020
In the years since the last Land Use Bylaw review, completed in 2015, Council has continued to be engaged in important development matters within your municipality. The Land Use Bylaw is a critical piece of the legislative framework for any municipality and Council understands the importance of getting the details right. To this end, Council began their review of the Land Use Bylaw in 2019. Working with municipal staff and our project consultant, a final draft of the proposed new Land Use Bylaw has been prepared. Introduced as Bylaw 219-2020, the proposed new Land Use Bylaw was given first reading during the July 15th, 2020 council meeting. A Public Hearing is required before Council can consider further readings of the Bylaw.
Proposed Draft Land Use Bylaw 219-2020 (1st reading given July 15, 2020)
A Public Open House for Land Use Bylaw 219-2020 took place on Saturday, September 12, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. at the Darwell Centennial Hall located at the Junction of Highways 765 and 633, Darwell, AB, Canada.