Recent News and Updates

May 22, 2015 - FIRE BAN IN EFFECT

Due to continued hot and dry conditions in northwest parts of Alberta, a Fire Restriction will be in effect for the Slave Lake Wildfire Management Area as of 12:00 pm May 21, 2015. -> Click here to read more


May 22, 2015 - Utilities Payment Issues

Please note as the Town continues to have some challenges producing utility invoices in a reasonable time prior to the stated due date on the invoices. We are actively trying to address this issue but please be assured that finance charges will not be applied to late payments until further notice. -> Click here to read more


May 19, 2015 - Wildfire Hazard Update - VERY HIGH

Dry conditions continue to linger in the forest, causing the grass and other surface fuels to remain extremely flammable. Under windy conditions a fire will spread rapidly through these flammable fuels. -> Click here to read more


May 19, 2015 - LSRFS Update

Lesser Slave Regional Fire Service Update for May 11 - May 18. -> Click here to read more


May 19, 2015 - Tri-Council Regional Wellness Scholarship

Tri-Council Regional Wellness Scholarship is now accepting applications. Applications must be enrolled in a health, wellness or social service program. Applicants must be in the second year of a diploma program, third or fourth year of a degree program or in a post baccalaureate studies. -> Click here to read more


May 19, 2015 - Infrasturcture Recovery Hotline

Construction activities are underway. The first phase of construction includes 6 Ave SE, 10 Ave SE, 9 Street SE, & 7 Ave SE. Activities include utility spot repairs, concrete removal, and asphalt milling. Please be aware that driveways may be affected, and access to streets may be limited. -> Click here to read more


May 19, 2015 - Splash Park Open

With the warmer weather across the Slave Lake Region, the Splash Park at Schurter Park is now operational for families to use and cool down. -> Click here to read more


May 14, 2015 - Wildfire Update **EXTREME**

Dry conditions continue to linger in the forest, causing the grass and other surface fuels to remain extremely flammable. Under windy conditions a fire will spread rapidly through these flammable fuels. It is extremely important that extra caution be taken while recreating this long weekend. Do not leave campfires unattended and be sure your fire is properly extinguished before you leave, and check your ATV for debris regularily. Report wildfires immediately by calling 310-FIRE (3473). -> Click here to read more



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