The Slave Lake Visitor Information Centre is now closed for the season. The MD wishes to thank everyone who visited the centre over the summer months!
The MD believes that all local recreational, cultural, educational and athletic initiatives and programs provide a foundation for the physical and mental health of its citizens. In this spirit, the MD provides annual funding assistance for community opportunities, initiatives and programming.
The MD reminds local community-focused groups and initiatives that an FCSS Grant application can be submitted at any time.
Please be advised that a Special Council meeting is to be held on September 23, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. in the MD Council Chambers for Marten Beach/Eating Creek Flood Mitigation Recommendation for the Alberta Community Resilience Program.
Please note that the Smith Community Library will be closed on Wednesday September 25th and Thursday September 26th.
Barrhead, September 4, 2019 – Multi-partner submission including the County of Barrhead, Westlock County, Woodlands County and MD of Lesser Slave River, Neeralta Manufacturing Inc. and the Westlock Regional Waste Management Commission (WRWMC) was selected as one of 20 Ag Plastics Recycling Pilot program locations in Alberta.
With the Fall in full swing, the Water North Coalition encourages residents to think ahead to prevent septic issues during winter.
The MD's Agricultural Services department is pleased to announce that a special edition of Rural Roots has been published and mailed to all Lesser Slave River residents. Click Here to view the digital version!
Residents of Marten Beach who needed to evacuate as a result of the recent northwestern Alberta wildfires and/or flooding in July may be eligible for financial assistance from the Government of Alberta.
With the new school year freshly underway, we urge motorists to drive attentively, watch for pedestrians and heed school bus signals.