Council Session Highlights

Jan 11, 2018

Special Recreation Services Tax Given 1st Reading

In 2014, Council implemented a Special Recreation Tax with the intended purpose of providing financial assistance to community organizations who operate facilities and/or deliver community programming in the areas of recreation, culture and social activity. Council has given first reading to Bylaw 1-2018 to once again establish a Special Recreation Tax in the amount of $50 per residential property for this purpose. 100% of the funding received through this special tax is returned to the community in the form of grants to organizations.

Updated General Municipal Servicing Standards Policy Approved

The County has updated the General Municipal Servicing Standards (GMSS) manual. This manual is a "guide" governing the engineering and design parameters, and the preparation and submission of plans and specifications for the orderly development of subdivisions and other municipal services within the County. Once complete, the General Municipal Servicing Standards (GMSS) and accompanying policy will be posted in the Document Library and Bylaws & Policies sections of the County website.

Capital Bridge Projects Approved for Early Tender

The three bridges scheduled for capital improvement in 2018 were approved ahead of the annual budget to allow Administration to tender these projects early. By moving forward with tendering now, Administration anticipates better pricing because of the early start as well as tendering the three projects together. Information about road closure requirements will be advertised and posted in the County News section of the County website once work plans have been finalized.

Council Meeting Rescheduled

Council made a resolution to re-schedule the February 7th Municipal Planning Commission meeting to be held in conjunction with the February 8th County Council Meeting, and re-schedule the March 22 Council meeting to March 29. Both meetings will still begin at 9:30 am in the County Council Chambers at the County Office at 56521 RR 65. Notice of meeting changes will be reflected in the Council Calendar, located of the Council pages of the County website.


Please note that the highlights presented here are for information only, and that Council Minutes are the official and authoritative record of the decisions of Council. The Council Minutes are posted to the Agendas & Minutes Section of the County website following a motion to accept the minutes at the following Council Meeting; a process that takes approximately two weeks.

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About the County

Founded in 1944, Lac Ste. Anne County is a municipal district in central Alberta, Canada. It is located in Census Division 13, roughly 45 minutes northwest of Edmonton. The County's administrative office is located at 56521 Range Road 65. Its namesake comes from its largest body of water, Lac Ste. Anne.

Contact Information

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