Community

Welcome to Slave Lake!


Residents of this dynamic community enjoy the benefits of many amenities and services.
From our schools and medical center to our recreation facilities and retail hub, the town provides residents with a foundation for a much sought after lifestyle.

As the Oil and Gas and Forestry industries thrive, our commercial and retail sectors continue to grow, ensuring jobs and economic growth for the area.
  1. About Slave Lake

    The Town of Slave Lake, population 6,782 is located two and a half hours northwest of Edmonton, at the southeastern tip of Lesser Slave Lake.

  2. Facilities

    Learn about the facilities available in Slave Lake such as the Multi-Recreation Centre, Northern Lights Aquatic Centre, and the Community Climbing Wall.

  3. Parks & Sport Fields

    See what parks and sport fields there are in Slave Lake such as parks and ball parks.

  4. Amenities

    A combination of facilities including great schools, state of the art medical and health clinics and places of worship contribute to the social fabric of our community in remarkable ways.

  5. Living Here

    Residents of the Town of Slave Lake are proud of where we are from and who we are. Slave Lake is more than just a small town.

  6. Calendar of Events

    Find upcoming events happening in Slave Lake.

  7. Community Programs

    Learn more about community programs in the Town of Slave Lake and how to get involved.

  8. Points of Interest

    Learn about the camping, parks, and beach offered in Slave Lake.

  9. Family & Community Support Services

    Family and Community Support Services fosters a philosophy under which local people can influence things that affect them, communities can be innovative and creative, and human growth and potential are enhanced.

  10. Clubs & Organizations

    Find community clubs and organizations in the Slave Lake area including the Red Cross, taekwondo clubs, and minor league sports.

  11. Emergency Services

    The volunteers and professionals that constitute the Protective Services sector in the Town of Slave Lake are second to none. They manage risk, respond to emergencies, and manage recovery and renewal after a traumatic event.

  12. Regional Landfill

    The Lesser Slave Regional Landfill provides designated areas for the safe disposal and recycling of various materials, including electronics, tires, paint, metals, batteries, cardboard, plastic, tin cans, papers, yard and construction waste.