Lac Ste. Anne County is a governing body in central Alberta, Canada. Its administrative office is located in Sangudo, about an hour west of Edmonton.
Lac Ste. Anne County welcomes you to a uniqueness that only we can offer. I ask you to explore our natural capital; namely our lakes, rivers, campsites, towns and hamlets and visit with our best assets, the residents of the County. Lac Ste. Anne County presents a rural/urban cultural blend with agriculture continuing to be the economic stabilizer of the County. I invite you to explore our website and personally welcome you to Lac Ste. Anne County.
Our Vision: Lac Ste. Anne County is prosperous, progressive and collaborative, building on our strong sense of community and our agricultural roots, and providing a diverse range of opportunities for growth.
Our Mission: Lac Ste. Anne County acts in the best interests of the County as whole to create a positive environment for economic growth, citizen and community engagement, and the provision of services and sustainable infrastructure.
Our Values: Lac Ste. Anne County's decisions are guided by: accountability; transparency; collaboration; trust; respect; integrity; diversity; environmental sustainability; and financial responsibility.
Statistical Profile of Lac Ste. Anne County
Current available Statistical information about Lac Ste. Anne County's population, education, labour, income, building permits, dwellings and major projects can be found at the Regional Dashboard section of the Government of Alberta website. Here are just a few general statistics about the region:
- Total land area: 3,004.71 sq. km.
- County roads: 1,263 mi. / 2,033 km.
- 2016 population: 10,899
- 2013 population: 10,260
- 2008 population: 10,260
- 2006 population: 9,516
- 2001 population: 8,948
- 1996 population: 8,737