Lac Ste. Anne County News

The Latest Updates by County Department

Equine Infectious Anemia Confirmed in the County

Alberta Animal Rescue has confirmed seven positive EIA cases in Lac Ste. Anne County.

Alberta Conservation Association Hunter Access Survey

Alberta Conservation Association has launched an online survey for landowners to help improve hunting access issues.

Expanded Electronics Recycling Pilot Project

The County has launched a two-year expanded electronics pilot project to help protect our environment by keeping more electronic equipment out of our main landfill. Help expand the good news! 

First 2021 Forecast Maps are Live

Alberta Agriculture has released its 2021 wheat midge and pea weevil forecast maps, with four more to come in January.

Wastewater Disposal Fee Increase

Effective January 1, 2021, the fee for wastewater hauled to lagoons within the Lac Ste. Anne County boundaries will be increased to $55.00 per legal load.

What to Expect When Calling the County After Hours

Calling the County after regular business hours? Here's some general info on how these types of calls are handled.

County Launches Feature Video Channel

The County's new State of the County section highlights regional challenges and milestones, and provides much-needed context behind key County issues.

Reeve Blakeman's Year-end Video Message to County Staff

Reeve Joe Blakeman sends a year-end video message to thank Lac Ste. Anne County staff for going above and beyond the call of duty to maintain service levels during COVID-19.

Proper Disposal of Wood Ashes

When disposing of wood ashes at the County landfill or transfer stations, please dump them onto the fire screen - not into bins.

CN Police Want You to Stay Safe This Winter

Reducing the likelihood of being in a serious car accident in winter starts with proper planning and knowing your rail-safety basics.

CN Public Inquiry Line Reminder

CN’s Public Inquiry Line is the central point of contact for the public with non-emergency concerns.

Serve Up Fire Safety in the Kitchen

This Fire Prevention Week, explore a few simple steps you can take to keep you and your family safe in the kitchen.

County Fire Chief Receives Volunteer Fire Chief of the Year Award

The Canadian Association of Fire Chiefs have honoured County Fire Chief Randy Schroeder with the 2020 Canadian Volunteer Fire Chief of the year award.

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