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Monday, January 18, 2021
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Upcoming Activites

Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Tuesday, January 19, 2021
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Wednesday, January 20, 2021
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Thursday, January 21, 2021
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Friday, January 22, 2021
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Saturday, January 23, 2021
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Sunday, January 24, 2021
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Monday, January 25, 2021
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Tuesday, January 26, 2021
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Wednesday, January 27, 2021
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Thursday, January 28, 2021
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Friday, January 29, 2021
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Saturday, January 30, 2021
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Sunday, January 31, 2021
Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Monday, February 1, 2021
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Tuesday, February 2, 2021
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Wednesday, February 3, 2021
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Thursday, February 4, 2021
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Friday, February 5, 2021
Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Saturday, February 6, 2021
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Sunday, February 7, 2021
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Monday, February 8, 2021
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Tuesday, February 9, 2021
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Wednesday, February 10, 2021
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Thursday, February 11, 2021
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Friday, February 12, 2021
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Saturday, February 13, 2021
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Sunday, February 14, 2021
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Monday, February 15, 2021
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Tuesday, February 16, 2021
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Wednesday, February 17, 2021
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Thursday, February 18, 2021
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Friday, February 19, 2021
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Saturday, February 20, 2021
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Sunday, February 21, 2021
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Monday, February 22, 2021
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Tuesday, February 23, 2021
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Wednesday, February 24, 2021
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Thursday, February 25, 2021
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Friday, February 26, 2021
Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Saturday, February 27, 2021
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Sunday, February 28, 2021
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Monday, March 1, 2021
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Tuesday, March 2, 2021
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Wednesday, March 3, 2021
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Thursday, March 4, 2021
Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Friday, March 5, 2021
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Saturday, March 6, 2021
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Sunday, March 7, 2021
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Monday, March 8, 2021
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Tuesday, March 9, 2021
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Wednesday, March 10, 2021
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Thursday, March 11, 2021
Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Friday, March 12, 2021
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Saturday, March 13, 2021
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Sunday, March 14, 2021
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Monday, March 15, 2021
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Tuesday, March 16, 2021
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Wednesday, March 17, 2021
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Thursday, March 18, 2021
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Friday, March 19, 2021
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Saturday, March 20, 2021
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Sunday, March 21, 2021
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Monday, March 22, 2021
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Tuesday, March 23, 2021
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Wednesday, March 24, 2021
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Thursday, March 25, 2021
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Friday, March 26, 2021
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Saturday, March 27, 2021
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Sunday, March 28, 2021
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Monday, March 29, 2021
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Tuesday, March 30, 2021
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Wednesday, March 31, 2021
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Thursday, April 1, 2021
Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Friday, April 2, 2021
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Saturday, April 3, 2021
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Sunday, April 4, 2021
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Monday, April 5, 2021
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Tuesday, April 6, 2021
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Wednesday, April 7, 2021
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Thursday, April 8, 2021
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Friday, April 9, 2021
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Saturday, April 10, 2021
ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

Sunday, April 11, 2021
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Fines and Removal
Time: 12:00 am

All Residents 

  • DO NOT push your snow into the ditches.  Do not complain about flooding in the Spring if you do so.  All areas are monitored and where snow is pushed into the ditches recorded, to check and correspond with Spring flooding complaints.
  • ATV's must have spark arresters - the call out from fire will be charged to the roll number;
  • No target practice or any form of weapons discharge or cross bow discharge is allowed in the public lands to the east of Lakeshore Drive or within municipal boundaries- any activity will be fined by the Bylaw Officer and fines will be added to the appropriate roll number;
  • Do not leave your garbage and organics on the road during the week PUT IT OUT THE NIGHT OR MORNING BEFORE;
  • Please slow down and STOP at the stop signs - we have people walking - be respectful and courteous;
  • When the day park is open (May 1 to Oct 15) report suspicious vehicles and when you use the day park: pick up after your dog (which must be on a lease), no alcohol, no cannabis, no open fires or any music - be courteous;
  • All recreational fires (at your property ONLY) must be in a approved fire pit and must have a spark screen/cover at all times - douse, stir and douse when you put out the fire (you MUST put it out;
  • STRAY dogs - report to the office as the Bylaw Officer (780.718.1894) will impound the dogs and all costs will be added to the tax roll;
  • If you are using weed control or gopher extermination - follow all user guidelines and do not let residue escape onto neighbouring property please - USE CAUTION;
  • ATV's are not allowed in the day park at any time or season - the Bylaw Officer will issue fines and a camera has been installed to monitor offenders that are a liability to children and other users.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Monday, April 12, 2021
Join an Advisory Council
Time: 12:00 am

Join an Advisory Council | Alberta Health Services
https://www.albertahealthservices.ca/ac/Page13631.aspx

This is for interested community members - Tamarack is our health advisory council

COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.
 Government of Canada: Current cases, the risk to Canadians, monitoring, new and updates. 
 Word Health Organization (WHO): Latest situation updates and data regarding the COVID-19 outbreak. 
 
SUPPORTS FOR ALBERTANS
 
 Canada's COVID-19 Economic Response Plan: Support Programs for Canadians
 COVID-19 Support for Albertans: Immediate relief for Albertans
Village Stainless Steel MailBox
Time: 12:00 am

The Village has a stainless steel mailbox way on the left of the Canada Post mailboxes at the Noyes Store.  Lately, all sorts of mail have been dropped in this mailbox - this is a FINAL REMINDER that this mail will not be forwarded.  This mailbox is strictly for Sandy Beach tax payments ONLY.  

Standstone Vacuum Services payments should be mailed directly to the vendor by putting the envelope into the CANADA POST mail slots.  Christmas Cards should be dropped in the Canada Post mailboxes and so should anything that is your mail, unless it is a tax payment to Sandy Beach.

This mailbox is not checked on a regular basis and your mail will be your own liability.

This is a final reminder.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
Office Hours
Time: All Day

The office will reopen to the public Thursday May 14 at 9 am

Please continue to conduct your municipal affairs through email and phone, but if you do visit us at the office do so one at a time, practicing social distancing. 

Aug/Sept is holiday and cheques can be dropped off in the Village stainless steel mailbox at the store, way on the left or please strongly consider to pay via Interac: email payments.

  • Email your payment to svandyb@xplornet.ca
  • Password RollXXX
  • XXX=your property or roll number: which is on your tax notice top right

Tax notices, TPP letters and Summer Newsletter were mailed May 22

All Council meetings (from March 2020) will be conducted via audio/tele conferencing as per AB Health guidelines unless posted as "Hall" on the website under Council/Meetings.

See the Welcome Page of the website for log in details regarding Council meetings.

The Council/meeting dates page on the website also has the list of meeting dates. 

Read the ORG meeting Sept 26 9am meeting guidelines/exceptions on the Welcome Page.

Sandy Beach thank you for your cooperation. 

Hours

  • Mondays 9 am - 3 pm
  • Tuesdays 9 am - 3 pm 
  • Wednesday 9 am - 3 pm (Closed every 3rd week)
  • Thursday 9 am - 3 pm
  • Friday 9 am - 3 pm (Open every 3rd week)

Please check out the daily office hours weekly update at top left of WELCOME page (website)

Hours are subject to change - we appreciate your patience especially during the busy season where there is multiple bank and town runs to Onoway or Morinville, thank you.

Starting August 6-Sept 2, 2020the Village office will operate reduced office hours.

The office will be closed Dec 24-Jan 4, 2020

Email ANY payments to svsandyb@xplornet.ca (Interac ONLY). No cheques please.

Check daily update top left of welcome page for office availability.

Text or email at anytime svsandyb@xplornet.ca / 780.718.1894 (cell)

ABTraceTogether app
Time: 12:00 am

Good morning,

As mentioned in our meeting last week, we would like to request that all municipalities encourage their residents to download the secure ABTraceTogether app. Unlike the federal app, ABTraceTogether is directly integrated with Alberta’s contact tracing system. Notification of exposure is left to health experts to follow up directly with those at risk, support them in their recovery and ensure they isolate. In the time since ABTraceTogether launched, we have made a number of improvements. We updated the app in September to address any privacy concerns and allow it to run in the background on IOS. It can detect interactions between two iPhones while the app is in the background or on a locked iPhone.

The technology in ABTraceTogether has been successfully used in Singapore, Australia and other places to stop the spread of COVID19. And while any app is only one small part of the fight against COVID19, ABTraceTogether remains an effective public health tool.

Thank you,

Alberta Health Emergency Operations Center

Classification: Protected A

Tuesday, April 13, 2021
Speed Sign Stats Lakeshore Drive
Time: 12:00 am
Newsletter Winter 2020
Time: 12:00 am
COVID-19 Information for Residents
Time: 12:00 am

COVID-19 Updates

COVID-19 Self-Assessment
https://myhealth.alberta.ca/Journey/COVID-19/Pages/COVID-Self-Assessment.aspx

This is the current self assessment encouraging all people to get tested.

INFORMATION UPDATES
 
 Alberta Government: Learn about the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and actions being taken to protect the health of Albertans.
 Alberta Health Services: Latest information on COVID-19 for Albertans and Health Care Professionals.