Summer Village of Yellowstone
Alberta Beach AB
P:587-873-5765 F:780-967-0431 email@example.com
The Summer Village of Yellowstone was incorporated on January 1st, 1965 and spans a land area of 25 Hectares. The Summer Village is located on the shores of Lac Ste. Anne. The 2016 Population is 137 according to the census conducted in 2016. Yellowstone has a 3-member Council whose term currently runs until 2021.
News & Updates
Drainage & Ditching Project
The Summer Village has commenced with a drainage project throughout the municipality. If you have any questions please call or email the administration office -
FortisAlberta LED Light Conversion Project
FortisAlberta received approval to proceed with LED streetlight conversions and Summer Village of Yellowstone will be one of the many communities that will be part of this initiative.
The Summer Village of Yellowstone will have approximately 43 lights converted from HPS to LED technology and construction took place on September 13, 2017.
Please see the below news release for more information about the overall LED Streetlight Conversion program.
FortisAlberta News Release
Nomination Day was held for the Summer Village of Yellowstone on Saturday, July 15, 2017. The following 3 candidates have been elected by acclamation and have organized as follows:
Russ Purdy - Mayor
Brenda Shewaga - Deputy Mayor
Don Bauer - Councillor
Term of office will be:
2017 to 2021
Safety Codes Permits - New Provider
Effective July 5, 2017, the Summer Village of Yellowstone became accredited in accordance with the Alberta Safety Codes Council for the following disciplines:
What does this mean for Yellowstone residents?
The Summer Village will utilize the services of only one provider for the issuance of Safety Codes Permits. The ONLY service provider that can now issue permits in the Summer Village of Yellowstone is Parkland County Safety Codes - for contact information - please click here.
Fires Can Happen - Are You Covered?
Did you know that the cost of fire suppression by the fire department for a structure fire is payable by the property owner to the fire suppression provider? Did you know that if a fire department responds to any other sort of fire: ie) grass, lawnmower, burn barrel, home alarm, false home alarm, that there will also be a cost to the property owner?
Most insurance companies standard coverage payable for fire suppression is $10,000.00, this may not be enough to cover the bill of a fire. Within various Summer Villages, we have seen fire suppression invoices for grass fires as high as $11,000.00 and invoices for structure fires ranging from $8,000.00 to $28,000.00 and these invoices have come to us through three different fire services providers responding to the various incidents.
Do you have enough insurance to cover these costs? Do you need to increase your coverage? What does your policy say?
Be sure you take a look at your home insurance policy or talk to your insurance agent. Most insurance companies provide an option for you to increase your various coverages for very reasonable additional costs. Ask your provider if your policy covers and what amounts are covered specifically for grassland, fire suppression and call-out costs.
Keeping Your Home/Cabin Secure Over the Winter Months
A reminder to secure your belongings when you are away from your residence. If you see any suspicious activity, please be sure to report it to the Stony Plain RCMP at 780-968-7200 or Dial 9-1-1.
See link below for Tips on Crime Proofing Your Cottage.
Use of Municipal Reserves
Did you know that storage and use of the Municipal Reserves are considered unapproved encroachments onto Municipal Property and Public Lands. The Summer Village of Yellowstone is currently promoting the education of its residents to resolve the problem of encroachments.
(Click here to read more)
Reminder When Walking Dogs
A reminder to pick up after your dogs and keep them on a leash when walking throughout the Summer Village - these rules are in place for the enjoyment and safety of everyone in the Summer Village - thank you for your co-operation! Know the rules - Click here to view a copy of the Dog & Cat Control Bylaw.
Stop Aquatic Hitchhikers from entering Alberta
If you are bringing a boat and equipment into Alberta from another province or state, make sure to: Clean, Drain, 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 (click here)
Summer Village Information
Council Meetings are generally held on the Third Friday of each month at 9:00 a.m. unless otherwise posted. The next meetings have been scheduled for the following dates: (Note: Meeting are located at the Summer Village Shop on Morin Drive between 4th & 5th Street):
Next Council Meeting(s)
Friday, November 24, 2017 at 1:30 p.m. - Regular Council Meeting
Fire Bans in the Summer Village of Yellowstone
Please be advised that 'open' fires are NOT allowed. Only fires within fire pits are permissible.
Please continue to ensure you take care and caution when having a fire and be sure your fire is completely out when unattended.
The Summer Village will post 'Fire Ban in Effect' signs when there is a full fire ban in effect. This means no open fires and no fireworks. The Summer Village will be under a total fire ban when there is a Provincial Fire Ban in place.
For all other Provincial Fire Ban Information please visit the following website: www.albertafirebans.ca
The Summer Village of Yellowstone is a member of the following commissions:
-Highway 43 East Waste
-North 43 Lagoon (see North 43 Lagoon - for updated information)
-West Inter Lake District Regional Water Services
(Click here for Updated Info)