The Summer Village of Silver Sands was incorporated on January 1st, 1969 and spans a land area of 2.35 square kilometers. The Summer Village is located on the shores of Lake Isle. The 2016 Population was 160.  Silver Sands has a 3-member Council whose term currently runs until 2021.


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Summer Village of Silver Sands
Box 8
Alberta Beach AB
T0E 0A0


Office/Courier Location:
4808-51 Street
Onoway AB  T0E 1V0
P:587-873-5765    F:780-967-0431


administration@wildwillowenterprises.com



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Council Meetings

Regular Council Meetings are held at the Fallis Hall located on RR52 & Hwy 16.
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The next Council meeting has been scheduled as follows:


-Friday, March 22, 2019 at 9:00 a.m.


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Assessment and Tax Notices

This is certification under Sections 310(4) & 336(1) of the Municipal Government Act that assessment and tax notices were mailed to all property owners in the Summer Village of Silver Sands on May 14, 2018.

Wendy Wildman, Chief Administrative Officer



​​Fire Ban Information

Note that even when a Total Fire Ban is NOT in place, 'Open' fires are NOT allowed.  Only fires within fire pits are permissible.

Please continue to ensure you take care and caution when having a fire and be sure your fire is completely out when unattended.

The Summer Village will post 'Fire Ban in Effect' signs when there is a full fire ban in effect.  This means no open fires and no fireworks.  The Summer Village will be under a total fire ban when there is a Provincial Fire Ban in place.

For all other Provincial Fire Ban Information please visit the following website:
 www.albertafirebans.ca



Love Your Lake Website

This website has tips on how to maintain a shoreline buffer, how to prevent erosion, know which docks are the most environmentally friendly or something else that’s impacting your shoreline and lake.More details here...



Stop Aquatic Hitchhiker From Entering Alberta

If you are bringing a boat and equipment into Alberta from another province or state, make sure to: Clean, Drain, Dry

If you are using your boat in a number of different waterbodies, be sure to clean, drain and dry your boat and equipment after you leave each waterbody. This is especially important if you boat outside of the province.

For more information or to report something suspicious on your boat or equipment:

Call Toll Free: 1 855 336-2628 (BOAT) Link to Aquatic Invasive Species Website
 (click here)

​​News & Updates

Waste Collection Update

Waste Collection Change:  There will be weekly waste pick up on Tuesday's during the months of May to October.  Bi-weekly pick up will continue from November to April.


Blue-Bag Collection Change:  Beginning February 2019, Blue-Bag collection will follow the waste collection schedule of Tuesday's (bi-weekly winter pickup and weekly summer pickup).


2019 Waste & Blue-Bag Collection Calendar - Print Here



Sand/Chip Bins for Icy Walkways

There are five yellow sand bins available for residents to use for icy walkways.   Three bins are located on the west side of the Summer Village in front of 26 Willow Avenue, 26 Pine Crescent and 26 Fir Crescent.  Two bins are located on the east side of the Summer Village in front of 17 Ash Avenue and 1 Conifer Crescent. There are also sand and gravel chips at the rear of the Quonset.   Please bring your own pail to transport and please only take what you require.



​​​Attention Residents - Cougar Sighting

A cougar has been spotted on a few occasions in the Summer Village.


If you see a cougar in your community, call your nearest Fish and Wildlife office.

A Fish and Wildlife officer can provide advice on preventing cougar encounters and responding when cougar encounters are unavoidable.

Fish & Wildlife Office Contacts


For more information on preventing conflict with cougars, see link below.


http://aep.alberta.ca/fish-wildlife/human-wildlife-conflict/cougars.aspx



​Still Accepting FCSS Grant Applications

Family & Community Support Services (FCSS) is:
“FCSS is a unique 80/20 funding partnership between the Government of Alberta and participating municipalities or Metis settlements. Provincially, the FCSS Program receives its mandate from the FCSS Act and Regulation. The Act describes what the Province and municipality/Metis Settlement can do to provide preventive social services. The Regulation describes how services may be provided … Under FCSS, communities design and deliver social programs that are preventive in nature to promote and enhance well-being among individuals, families and communities …”

More details here...



East End Bus Society Services

East End Bus Society is a cooperative effort of the Lac Ste. Anne County, the Town of Onoway and the Village of Alberta Beach to provide affordable transportation for seniors and handicapped. With additional financial support from 10 Summer Villages, Yellowstone, South View, Silver Sands, Val Quentin, Sunset Point, Sunrise Beach, Birch Cove, West Cove, Nakamun Park and Ross Haven. 

Service consists of scheduled shopping/medical trips to West Edmonton Mall, and Spruce Grove along with excursion and rentals by service clubs, special interest groups and community members.

Contact:  Lorna Porter, Coordinator
Phone:  780-905-3934
Email:  eastendbus@gmail.com


Print your East End Bus Activity Calendar Here...


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​​News Release - Municipalities Preserve Local Clinic

A collaborative effort between Lac Ste. Anne County and five municipal partners has enabled the Onoway Medical Clinic in Onoway to continue operations as Onoway Regional Medical Clinic. Over the past year, the County has worked closely with The Town of Onoway, and with the Summer Villages of Ross Haven, West Cove, Val Quentin and Silver Sands to ensure this medical facility would continue to be able to provide quality health care services to families in and around the Onoway region.  read more