Cemetery Information

A Brief Overview on Cemeteries within Lac Ste. Anne County:

Lac Ste. Anne County has a total of Thirty One cemeteries within its borders. Of these thirty one cemeteries, Lac Ste. Anne County owns the land for nine. Seven are privately owned-and-operated by private community organizations and other Municipalities, which leaves fifteen owned-and-operated by various Church organizations. Lac Ste. Anne County owns, and is fully responsible for the management of five cemeteries. Of those, three are no longer accepting burials:

  • Hillside Cemetery located NE-03-58-08-W5,
  • Riverview Cemetery located SW-01-57-07-W5, and
  • Lac Ste. Anne County Cemetery located RL4-25-54-04-W5.

That leaves Lac Ste. Anne County responsible for the operation and maintenance of two cemeteries within its borders. These are:

  • Onoway Municipal Cemetery & Fern Valley Protestant Cemetery

How Much Does It Cost To Purchase A Burial Plot?

Onoway Municipal Cemetery

Plot price:$350 (+ G.S.T)

Ongoing Maintenance Fee:

$120 (+ G.S.T)

Total Cost: $470 (+ G.S.T)

 

Fern Valley Protestant

Plot price: $295 (+ G.S.T)

Ongoing Maintenance Fee :

$120 (+ G.S.T)

Total Cost: $415 (+ G.S.T)

Onoway Municipal Cemetery is located at SE-33-54-02-W5

Fern Valley Protestant Cemetery is located SE-20-55-03-W5

Cemetery Information Brochure 2018

 

Meals on Wheels and Food Banks

Quality, Nutritious Meals to Those in Need

Lac Ste. Anne County Family & Community Support Services (FCSS) supports the following meals on wheels and food bank programs, and sincerely thanks these organizations for the service they provide to our communities.

West End Meals on Wheels

Sangudo, Mayerthorpe, and the west end of Lac Ste. Anne County Volunteers prepare and deliver meals to seniors and disabled.

Contact Jill: 780.785.2924 or Donna: 780.785.3118 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

To volunteer with preparation or delivery of meals, or to donate, please contact us at the above.

Alberta Beach & District Meals on Wheels

Volunteers delivering nutritious meals within our communities to those unable to provide for themselves including seniors, convalescents and the disabled.

Alberta Beach & area Coordinator – Diane Gibbs: 780.924.2348. Darwell & area Coordinators – Lorraine Taylor: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Edie Richardson: 780.892.2457.

Volunteer drivers are always needed for a one (1) hour commitment per week, or as a relief driver. Please contact the coordinator in your area to volunteer.

Lac Ste. Anne East Food Bank

5028 – 48 Avenue, Onoway, AB

Contact 780.271.3131 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Open Wednesdays from 9:00 am to 10:00 am for hamper pick up.

To volunteer/donate, contact us at the above.

Onoway Meals on Wheels

Frozen meals available for Onoway north and south, to Highway 43.

Contact Hazel Bourke: 780.967.2338. To volunteer, please contact Hazel.

Mayerthorpe Food Bank

4606 – 54 St. Mayerthorpe, AB

Contact Tammy-Lee Gilroy: 780.786.4668, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or facebook.com/mayerthorpefoodbank.

Open Thursdays from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm.

To volunteer or donate, contact us at the above or drop in on Thursday nights to speak to a volunteer. To request help, contact us at the above before 11:00 am on Mondays to request a hamper for Thursday pick up.

 

Community Grants & Resources

Grants and Related Resources

This section contains all grants and resources related to the County's Community Services department. If you're searching for something not found here, please contact Lac Ste. Anne County Administration.

Other Community-Focused Resources

The County's insurance company allows an option for nonprofit entities to be added to its insurance policy. The core benefit to being added to the County's policy is, in most cases, lower premiums and better coverage.

Lac Ste. Anne County Council approved this group insurance option because community groups and nonprofit organizations bring value, quality of life and services that ratepayers desire.

If you're a non-profit organization operating within Lac Ste. Anne County and are interested in the County's group insurance plan, here's how it works:

  1. Complete the Additional Named Insured (ANI) application form and forward to our office by mail or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
  2. We will then forward it to our insurance company to ensure you qualify to be an Additional Named Insured (ANI) under our policy.
  3. If you qualify, our insurance company will provide a quote and we will forward that quote back to your non-profit organization for review.
  4. If your organization is satisfied with the quoted amount, you must then submit a letter of request to County Council requesting you be added under the County’s insurance policy.
  5. The request will then be taken to a Regular County Council meeting for approval
  6. If approved by County Council we will contact your organization to complete the process.

Nonprofit organizations have access to a number of programs to support project and operating costs. Special funding is available for flood relief through the Community Facility Enhancement Program and the Community Initiatives Program. For more information about provincial grant funding, Click Here.

Lac Ste. Anne County Parent Link / Early Childhood Development Initiative

Parent Link & Early Childhood Development Initiative

Lac Ste. Anne County’s Parent Link/Early Childhood Development Initiative is part of the Pembina Gateway Parent Link Network.  We use the Parent Link and Early Childhood Development Initiative funding provided by Alberta Human Services to provide parents and caregivers (targeted towards families with children under 6 years of age) with free resources, programs and support to nurture early childhood development.  Our current services include, but are not limited to:

  • Early Childhood Development & Care programs that may include active play, sensory, manipulative, music/rhymes, or craft programs;
  • Parent Education programs that may include monthly lunch & learn topics, Love & Logic or Triple P parenting sessions (free childcare is provided);
  • Family Support programs that may include the Baby Network, Mom & I/Dad & I programs, and family events;
  • Ages & Stages Questionnaires (ASQ-3 and ASQ-SE) allow your child to show you what they can do;
  • Special Events such as our partnership with other agencies to provide the annual “Celebrate Kids” Onoway Health & Wellness Fair;
  • Information and Referrals always available.

Although some programs do require pre-registration, most are drop in programs and all our programs are free of charge.  Build supportive relationships with other parents and caregivers, provide socialization opportunities for your children, discuss information and tips with staff, and have fun with Lac Ste. Anne County’s successful Parent Link/Early Childhood Development Initiative programs.

 

Highway 43 Come Play With Me Coalition

The Highway 43 Come Play with Me Coalition is an organization committed to promoting the importance of early childhood development. We are made up of service providers and parents and we believe that we can strengthen our communities by focusing on what our children need. We are committed to giving our next generation a stronger start in life.

Visit the Come Play With Me Facebook Page

 

Recreational Facilities & Opportunities

A Spectrum of Sport, Recreation and Leisure Pursuits

Whether you're a recent traveler to a lifelong resident, you'll find plenty of year-round recreational opportunities across Lac Ste. Anne County. Discover a few of our most popular camping, sporting and leisure facilities in this section.

Lac Ste. Anne Minor Softball League

Lac Ste. Anne Minor Softball League confirmed their February 13, 2018 organizational meeting that the games for U10, U14 and U19 will be scheduled for Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Games for U12 and U16 will be scheduled for Monday and Wednesday evenings. The league does not schedule games for U6. It is up to each community and their coaches to set up their own schedule for games and practices but, a request for a U8 schedule is being discussed.

 Download the list of Minor Softball Registration Nights

Ball Diamond Locations

Click the links below to view and download directions and maps to the ball diamond locations throughout the County.

 Alberta Beach Ball Diamonds  Alexis Ball Diamonds  Anselmo Ball Diamonds
 Darwell Ball Diamonds  Onoway Ball Diamonds  Rich Valley Ball Diamonds
 Sangudo Ball Diamonds Wabamun Ball Diamonds  

Campgrounds and Outdoor Education

Lac Ste. Anne County owns and operates three campgrounds, plus an outdoor education centre. Campgrounds Open May 15. For reservations, please contact the Campground Caretaker directly at the below telephone numbers starting May 1st at 9:00 am.

Lessard Lake Public Campground (780) 284-3643

Paddle River Dam Campground (780) 284-1753

Sangudo Riverside Campground (780) 284-1985

Please note that payment on the first night's fee, per site, is required at the time of reservation.

For the safety & well-being of all concerned, cash will NOT be accepted for camping fees at any Lac Ste. Anne County owned/operated campgrounds. Visa, MasterCard or Interac are accepted.

2018 Seasonal Campsites: are you interested in a seasonal site for the 2018 season (May 15th - September 30th) at the Lessard Lake Public Campground or the Paddle River Dam Campground? These sites are available through an annual lottery system.

Campground Education CentreSurrounded by trees and close to the public campground, the Lessard Lake Outdoor Education Centre is terrific for group activities or events. The 40’ X 60’ main lodge includes a spacious kitchen area with appliances, tables, chairs and a loft area overlooking the stone fireplace on the main floor. Rental includes use of two natural gas BBQs, picnic tables, and canoes (additional agreement required).

A large open area accommodates ten power/water RV sites, and four two-room cabins, each room with six bunk bed frames (total: 48). Firewood available for purchase directly from the facility caretakers.

Contact us for facility bookings.

Download a Facility Rental Agreement

 

Campground Lessard LakeThis campground is located off Highway 43 approximately 2 km south on Range Road 51. Whether you are camping or just stopping for the day, you will find plenty of activities to enjoy.

This scenic campground consists of fifty (50) serviced and un-serviced camping stalls. Seasonal sites are available upon request. Reservations available at 780.284.3643.

Contact us for facility bookings.

 

Download a list of campground amenities
Download a list of campground fees
Download a seasonal site agreement
Download a seasonal site map

Campground Paddle River DamThe newer Paddle River Dam Campground , open May 15 to September 30, is off Hwy. 43, about 3 km south of Rochfort Bridge on Rng. Rd. 80. Enjoy camping, hiking, fishing, canoeing, boating, photography and wildlife viewing while camping at Lookout Point, Peters Pond or the Boat Launch Area. There’s lots of open space with fire pits and picnic tables. Pets are welcome. Reservations are available at 780.284.1753.

Contact us for facility bookings.

Download a list of campground amenities
Download a list of campground fees

Download a seasonal site agreement
Download a seasonal site map

Campground SangudoIn a charming setting on the Pembina River, the Sangudo Riverside Campground and Day Use Area is within the hamlet of Sangudo, and open May 15 to September 30. The gated campground is adjacent to an arena, stock car race track, ball diamonds, skateboard park and playground – a perfect spot to watch or participate in the action, or to just relax. Pets are welcome. Reservations are available by contacting the campground caretaker at: (780) 284-1985.

Download a list of campground amenities

Download a list of campground fees


Libraries

Mayerthorpe Public LibraryLibrary

Sangudo Public Library

Darwell Public Library

Rich Valley Public Library

Onoway Public Library

Alberta Beach Municipal Library

In Focus: Meals on Wheels and Food Banks

In Focus MOW

Lac Ste. Anne County FCSS supports a number of regional meals-on-wheels and food bank programs.

The FCSS-supported meals-on-wheels and food bank services promote health & independence by providing quality, nutritious & affordable meals to Lac Ste. Anne County residents in need of these services...

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Community Services Resources

  • Family & Community Support Services

    Through the County's Family & Community Support Services (FCSS), a wide range of programs are provided for residents. Explore these programs here.

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  • Recreation Facilities & Opportunities

    From camping to community sports, recreational opportunities abound in Lac Ste. Anne County.

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  • Community Grants & Resources

    Via its grants programs, the County is able to offer various groups financial assistance to help carry out their programs and services.

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  • Parent Link/ECDI

    Get more information about the County's Parent Link program, which offers resources and services for parents and children.

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Choose from the Following County Services

Fire & Emergency

Lac Ste. Anne County Fire Services is steadfastly dedicated to the protection, preservation and restoration of public safety across the region.

Public Works

The Public Works division provides essential engineering, operations and maintenance services for those who live, work and play within the region.

Solid Waste & Recycling

Helping residents and business owners across the County process recyclables, organics and garbage via progressive waste management services.

Corporate Services

The Business, information and administrative services that support the other departments in their daily management of Lac Ste. Anne County.

Assessment & Taxation

Each year, the County assesses properties based on the previous year's market values to determine municipal and education tax amounts.

Protective Services

The County employs Community Peace Officers, Bylaw Enforcement Officers and Animal Control Officers to uphold and enforce municipal bylaws.

Community Services

The Community Services Department works to enhance the lives of County residents alike through customized services, programs, grants and guidance.

GIS

Residents, visitors, business owners and municipal neighbours rely on the County's mapping resources to easily find, access and view information.

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

  Box 219, Sangudo AB T0E 2A0
 lsac (@) lsac.ca
 1-866-880-5722
 (780) 785-3411
 (780) 785-2359
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