Summer Village of Silver Sands
Box 8, Alberta Beach, Alberta T0E 0A0
New Office/Courier Location:
2317 Township Road 545, Division No. 13 Lac Ste. Anne County, Alberta T0E 1V0
p: 587-873-5765 f: 780-967-0431
Senior Fraud Alert
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Blue Green Algae Advisory
July 27, 2022 - A Blue Green Algae Advisory has been issued for Lake Isle - Read More Here.
Home Support Program & Preventative Subsidy Counselling Program
The Summer Village of Silver Sands is proud to participate in the Lac Ste. Anne County Home Support Program & Preventative Subsidy Counselling Program.
If you would like to find out more about these programs, you can contact the Lac Ste. Anne County Community Services Department at 780-785-3411.
Tax & Assessment Notices
2022 Combined Tax & Assessment Notices were mailed on May 17, 2022. Please contact the Summer Village office if you do not receive your notice. It is the property owner's responsibility to ensure taxes are paid on time.
Foxes & Coyotes
It has been reported that there are more foxes and coyotes in the area than usual.
Below are some tips on how to keep your pets safe from foxes and coyotes:
-Coyotes occasionally prey on free-roaming pets (mainly cats) since there is no real difference, from the coyote’s perspective, between a wild groundhog or squirrel and a similarly sized pet.
-For their safety (as well as the safety of native wild songbirds and small mammals), cats should be kept indoors or supervised when outside. Small dogs should be walked on a leash and not left out unattended. Domestic pets left outside are vulnerable to becoming part of the food chain, and are also subject to many other outdoor dangers, such as cars, toxins, and disease.
Below are some tips on how to prevent conflict with foxes and coyotes:
-Limiting human food sources is the best way to prevent conflicts with foxes and coyotes and to help keep them wild.
Use these guidelines:
-Do not put out food for foxes and coyotes
-Keep waste in secure bins or store bins in a secure building or container
-Do not put waste bins out until morning of pick-up
-Make sure outdoor compost containers are wildlife-proof
-Remove fallen fruit from trees and scattered bird seed from feeders (these foods attract rodents which, in turn, attract
foxes and coyotes)
-Keep pet food inside, and do not leave small pets outdoors unattended
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