Whether you're new to Lac Ste. Anne County, a long term resident, or a heritage farmer looking for more information about your rights and responsibilities, this section is full of information and resources designed to help you find your way.
Land Conservation & Management Resources
Rural addressing is a standardized system of identifying and locating rural properties. Lac Ste. Anne County has put into effect a municipal rural addressing system for use by emergency service providers, and for other purposes such as providing directions for delivery services.
Whether on your own property or not, your dog is not allowed to be a nuisance to any resident. By definition, nuisance includes waste and disposal of waste, trespass on another property, a threat to public safety or noise.
The storm drain system in Lac Ste. Anne County is a network of drains, pipes, ponds and catchbasins designed to channel water from rainstorms or melting snow to the river. Visit this section for an overview of how drainage affects you.
The greatest wildfire threats to homeowners are the transfer of wildfire from house to house (direct heat) and ignition from ember showers. FireSmart involves simple actions a homeowner can do to their home and property to help decrease wildfire damage.
In Lac Ste. Anne County, everyone has the right to not be disturbed by noise. All residents have the responsibility not to make noise that disturbs others and adhere to the County's Noise Control Bylaw. These include.
When winter rears its ugly head, with it comes the snow. The County would like to remind all residents that the responsibility to keep sidewalks free and clear of debris within a certain timeframe, is that of the property owner(s) or occupant(s); this includes ice, snow, and slush.