Summer Village of South View
Box 8, Alberta Beach, AB, T0E 0A0  Office Location: 4808-51 Street Onoway, AB
P:587-873-5765 F:780-967-0431 E:administration@wildwillowenterprises.com

Welcome


Summer Village Information

Next Regular Council Meetings

-Wednesday, December 14, 2016 at 9:30 a.m. 
-Wednesday, January 11, 2017 at 9:30 a.m.

Meetings are held in the Town of Onoway Council Chambers located at 4812-51 Street, Onoway, Alberta.



Effective May 20, 2016 - The Fire Ban in the Summer Village of South View has been lifted.
Please continue to ensure you take care and caution when having a fire and be sure your fire is completely out when unattended.

For all other Provincial Fire Ban Information please visit the following website:  www.albertafirebans.ca



Province-Wide Restriction on OHV Use
A temporary province wide restriction on off-highway vehicle (OHV) recreational use on public lands and provincial parks is another tool the province will use to help prevent the spread of wildfires.
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Summer Village Information
The Summer Village of South View was incorporated on January 1st, 1970 and spans a land area of 29 hectares. The Summer Village is located on the shores of Lake Isle. The 2012 Population is 76 according to the Municipal Census conducted in May of 2012.  South View has a 3-member Council whose term currently runs until 2017.


Commission Memberships
The Summer Village of South View is a member of the following commissions:
-Highway 43 East Waste
-Darwell Lagoon








Fire Ban Information
The Summer Village of South View follows the recommendations and guidelines of the Province and Lac Ste. Anne County for Fire Bans.  We keep a partial ban on year-round to control the way fires are maintained and to protect the Summer Village and the residents.  Always check the fire ban signs at the entrances to the Summer Village.  A full ban means no fires with the exception of propane barbeques.  Please be vigilant concerning this.  
Link to Alberta Fire Ban website.


Peace Officer / Bylaw Enforcement / Animal Control New Complaint Line
The Summer Village has entered into an agreement with Town of Mayerthorpe for Peace Officer Services.  Residents are to call the Complaint Line directly for Peace Officer,  Bylaw Enforcement and Animal Control Services.

Complaint Line - 1-844-786-4650 or 1-780-786-4650
Complaint Email - bylaw@mayerthorpe.ca
Contact - Peace Officer, Dwight Dawn


Administration Contact Information
C.A.O. / General Administration
p. 
587-873-5765 f. 780-967-0431
Box 8, Alberta Beach, AB  T0E 0A0
Email: administration@wildwillowenterprises.com

Assessor  Dan Kanuka 780-939-3310

Development Officer  Karen Kormos 780-905-7377
Email: kkormos@live.ca
Mailing Address:  Box 502  Onoway, AB  T0E 1V0
(to access a printable Development Permit Application or request for Letter of Compliance, please go to the "Documents" section of this site)


Building/Electrical/Gas/Plumbing Permits: 
Superior Safety Codes
780-489-4777

Call Before you Dig 1-800-242-3447

Peace Officer/Animal Control/Bylaw Enforcement
1-844-786-4650 or 1-780-786-4650
Dwight Dawn, Community Peace Officer

R.C.M.P Drug Tip Line 780-968-7212

Emergency - Police/Fire/Ambulance - 9-1-1

Alberta Environment Hot Line
1-800-222-6514



General Area Information
Lake Isle Aquatic Management Society (L.I.A.M.S.)
Link to Website - http://lakeisle-aquaticmanagementsociety.ca/

Lac Ste. Anne & Lake Isle Water Quality Management Society (LILSA)
Link to Website - www.lilsa.ca


Lac Ste. Anne County (click to view website)
A wide range of recreational facilities are available in the County. Some of the facilities include ice arenas, riding arenas, baseball diamonds, creative playgrounds, cross country ski trails, snowmobile trails, just to name a few. You will also find many lakes and rivers suitable for fishing, swimming, boating and great for camping!

Darwell (click to visit site)
Located east of South View on highway 633, offers a library, seniors apartments, school, fire hall, Sunday farmers market (March through December) and the Darwell trading post which offers groceries, gas, post office, restaurant and lounge.

Alberta Beach (click to visit site)
Alberta Beach is located east of South View on highway 633 and offers numerous services such as groceries, nice public beach, restaurant, gas, museum, laundromat, churches and car wash.

Onoway (click to visit site)
Located east of South View on highway 633 to highway 43 then north on 43 is the Town of Onoway. Other services available are a medical and dental clinic, drug and grocery stores, restaurants, gas stations, automotive and tire shops, lumberyard, flower shop, library, post office, banks (Treasury Branch and CIBC),schools, arena, and veterinary clinic.

Seba Beach (click to visit site)
Offers a summer Farmer’s Market on Saturdays, grocery store, good public beach, restaurants, school, churches, curling, golf course, campground and Senior’s Center with second hand store.

Wabamun (click to visit site)
Offers a wide variety of stores, including a drug store, bus stop, library, marina, Credit Union, Treasury Branch, Sears Catalogue outlet, golf courses, bowling alley, a Provincial Park and churches.

Evansburg (click to visit site)
Located west of South View on highway 16 offering a wide variety of stores and services including a medical clinic, drug store, lumber yard, clothing store, Royal Bank, churches, bakery and grocery store.

Yellowhead Rural Crime Watch (click to read more)





News & Updates

New Burning Bylaw
Summer Village Council adopts new Burning Bylaw #189-16 effective November 2, 2016.  Click on link below to view the bylaw.

Burning Bylaw 186-19 




South View - Boat Launch
The Boat Launch in the Summer Village of South View is closed until further notice.  The Summer Village is in the process of obtaining permission from various government departments to extend the launch pad by approximately 21 feet.  As the boat launch currently sits, it is not usable.   We appreciate your patients and understanding as we work to get the launch in better working order. 


Are You Interested in Volunteering or Know Someone Who Is?

The Summer Village is looking for Community-minded Volunteers for the following:
1)  Emergency Response Team
2)  Fire Smart Committee
3)  Wildfire Mitigation Committee



Fire Services
Please be advised that effective January 1st, 2016, the Summer Village of South View will be receiving its Fire Services from North West Fire Rescue instead of from Lac Ste. Anne County Fire Services.  

North West Fire Rescue is an Onoway-based industrial fire service which will now be expanding into municipal fire services.

The Summer Village welcomes Dave Ives and his professional team to our municipal services operation.  

There will be no change or disruption in how you obtain a fire services response - you will still dial 9-1-1.

The Summer Village thanks Lac Ste. Anne County and the volunteer members of the County Fire Services for the years of service.


2015/2016 Waste Collection Schedule
Bi-weekly Pickup - Tuesdays - (November to April)
Weekly Pickup - Tuesdays - (May to October)

Pick-up dates are as follows:

November 3, 17                  May 3, 10, 17, 24, 31
December 1, 15, 29            June 7, 14, 21, 28
January 12, 26                   July 5, 12, 19, 26
February 9, 23                   August 2, 9, 16, 23, 30
March 8, 22                       September 6, 13, 20, 27
April 5, 19                         October 4, 11, 18, 25


Only regular household waste is to be put into the bins!
Residents are not authorized to dispose of building/construction waste, barbeques, mattresses, bikes etc. into the Summer Village waste bins as these items are to be taken to the Highway 43 Waste Commission Regional Landfill Site located on highway 43 and RR35.  A reminder that grass clippings take up less room if they are removed from bags.  Unauthorized dumping will result in the person dumping being invoiced the cost of one bin lift.


Driveway Windrow Removal
Windrows will be removed from one access on all lots that have a dwelling.  



Stop Aquatic Hitchhikers from entering Alberta
If you are bringing a boat and equipment into Alberta from another province or state, make sure to:
  1. Clean
  2. Drain
  3. Dry

If you are using your boat in a number of different waterbodies, be sure to clean, drain and dry your boat and equipment after you leave each waterbody. This is especially important if you boat outside of the province.

For more information or to report something suspicious on your boat or equipment:

  • Call Toll Free: 1 855 336-2628 (BOAT)
Link to Aquatic Invasive Species Website.


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