Sunset Point

Welcome to the official website of the Summer Village of Sunset Point, Alberta. We are a community of about 242 full-time residents and there are 364 residences within our boundaries. We are located on the southeast shore of Lac Ste. Anne. Read more...

 

Tax Notices

New 2017 Tax Notices were mailed on August 1

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2017 Election

The Village will not be holding an election this year due to the following candidates being acclaimed.

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August 31 Tax Payments Deadline

Deadline for payment of 2017 taxes is August 31, 2017

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Sewer Revitalization Levy


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NEW Village mailing address

The mailing address for the Summer Village of Sunset Point has changed.

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2017 Village Projects


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2017 Village Tax Recovery Actions


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2017 Waste/Recycle Collection Calendar

Pick up your collection calendar in the brochure box located at 4719 Sunset Drive just under the Sunset Point Sign.

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Firefighter recruitment and training

If you are interested in becoming a Firefighter please check this out.

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Alberta Invasive Plants Council

Check out these information brochures to help you to identify invasive plants to help protect lake and land.

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Lake Stewardship (LILSA)

Become involved and help make a difference in the quality of your lake.

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Illegal Dumping

Any person caught doing this will be charged under the Environmental Protection Act.

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    August 18, 2017

    Annual Organization Meeting

    The Annual Organizational meeting will be held Friday, August 18th, @ 9:30 at the Sunset Point building located at 4719 Sunset Drive

    August 18, 2017

    Next Council Meeting

    The next Council meeting will be held Friday, August 18th, @ 10:00 at the Sunset Point building located at 4719 Sunset Drive.

    August 19, 2017

    LILSA AGM and Conference

    Saturday, Aug 19th, 9:30am- 12:00pm – Alberta Beach Heritage Centre: 5012 49 Ave Alberta Beach: LILSA will be discussing future action plans for our lakes based on our watershed reports. We will have many booths with information on how to improve our lakes.

Fire Ban Not in Effect

FLOWERING RUSH (Prohibited Noxious)

Catttail - like perennial found in lakes, ponds, and irrigation canals. Originally introduced as an ornamental in water gardens.  For more information visti www.abinvasives.ca  and contact the Village office

Flowering Rush

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