A large pile of driftwood piled up at the west pier on the bridge over the Athabasca River at Smith. This week crews safely removed the pile to ensure no damage will occur to the bridge as we head into spring thaw.
Hamlet of Smith Lift Station and Forcemain
Slave Lake Region Tourism Society
Who are We?
We are a society comprised of local businesses, residents, Town and MD representatives.
The MD’s $1,000 Rugged & Real Scholarship is awarded annually to a deserving local student attending a post-secondary institution. The 2018 scholarship application is now open.
Renovations to the Flatbush Community Complex have been completed, and the facility is once again open to the public.
Council for the Municipal District of Lesser Slave River No. 124 approved the 2018 preliminary budget at its meeting on December 13, 2017.
The MD is pleased to announce the launch of its new Bench Dedication Program. Under this program, an important date, a personal message, or the name of a loved one can now accompany park benches that will be placed in scenic locations across the MD.
This April, MD Council identified that many new families with young children are moving into the Hamlet of Flatbush. Because speeding on Range Road 20 poses a reasonable risk to children in this area, Council has moved that new "Children at Play" signs are to be erected at various points of entry into the Hamlet.