Welcome to the Village of Spring Lake

From Spring Lake’s peaceful meadows to it’s abundance of birds that call the lake home, the Village of Spring Lake is a quaint, tranquil community nestled along the shorelines of Spring Lake, Alberta. Known for its natural beauty and the wonders that have been preserved and protected over many decades, it has been described as a Nature Lover’s Oasis.

It is the perfect place for enjoyment and relaxation for all ages. So when you hear the call of the loons, take a moment to sit back enjoy it and all that Spring Lake has to offer.

Our History

We are extremely excited to share with you some information about our

Village and the history that made our Village the place it is today.

We have retyped some of the original articles for you to read and

included them in this portion of the website as pictures for you to view.

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Garbage Pick-Up Schedule

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Village of Spring Lake MDP and LUB - What We Heard Report and Planners Report - June 2021

Council & Administration met with Municipal Planning Services on April 27, 2021 on a Zoom call with residents able to log in, The What we heard report is attached for viewing.

Spring Lake Biophysical Assessment

This Professional Report was prepared by CPP Environmental. The quality of the information, conclusions, and any estimates are based on information available at the time of the preparation of the report.

This file is attached for your viewing.

The Village of Spring Lake has increased the fire risk rating to a Fire Restriction.

Safe fires in approved fire pits, burn barrels, or incinerators with screens are allowed.

No open fires or major burn operations are allowed during this time.

Gas or propane stoves/barbeques and portable propane fire pits are allowed. 

Limited fire permits will be issued but may be suspended or cancelled at any time.

Lightcatch App

 Use Lightcatch to track suspicious activity in your area. A free phone app to help prevent crime in your area, it’s like a block watch program that is for your phone. This app will keep you connected with what could be happening in your area, you can also post information notifying others of any suspicious activity. The Village recommends this app.

Looking for information on the presentation for the MDP and the LUB. Please click the link below to watch. Council wants to hear your feedback on the presentation.

Village of Spring Lake MDP and LUB presentation

Off-Highway Vehicles reminder

All Off-Highway Vehicles are PROHIBITED from all highways, roadways, boulevards and open spaces within the Village of Spring Lake. *

* Exceptions do apply.  Please see By-Law #316 for full details.

Reminder that the Village of Spring Lake has a 12km speed limit all year round on the lake.


For more information on this Bylaw #316 at www.springlakealberta.com or contact the Village Office at (780) 963-4211 and/or email villageoffice@springlakealberta.com



Firework Bylaw # 315 reminder

No person shall discharge consumer “low hazard” recreational fireworks within the Village of Spring Lake.An application to discharge display fireworks can be made to the Village Office in writing for approval by Council.

Please refer to  www.springlakealberta.com for a copy of Bylaw #315 or contact the Village Office for additional information.



Public Health Measures in the Village of Spring Lake



As a result of the implementation of the Government of Alberta's stronger public health measures to help stop the spread of COVID-19, the Village of Spring Lake is shifting to a by appointment only service at our facilities, effective December 11, 2020. This means our facilities are temporarily closed to walk-in visitors.


Spring Lake staff are still hard at work behind the scenes, ensuring our residents have access to the services and supports they need. If residents require fire permits, dog tags or need in-person support please call us at 780-963-4211 or by emailing us at villageoffice@springlakealberta.com.


Public Works is working hard to get the Spring Lake outdoor rink up and running.  We will post notices when it is ready to be enjoyed by residents.  However, please note that the warming shack and portable toilets will be closed.


We ask residents to please adhere to the mandatory public health measures put in place by the Alberta Government and Alberta Health Services including wearing face coverings in all workplace and facilities outside of your home and holding no indoor or outdoor gatherings.


We thank all Spring Lake residents for your cooperation and patience during this time.

Questions Regarding Golf Carts

In recent months, the Village has fielded a number of inquiries about golf carts being allowed on the roads within Spring Lake.

In the Province of Alberta prohibits the use of miniature vehicles on roads.  Golf carts are considered a miniature vehicle and therefore is prohibited to be driven on any road within Alberta including within the Village of Spring Lake.  Please see the following reference link below.

If you have any concerns regarding the use of golf carts within the Village, please contact Parkland Enforcement Services 780-968-8400

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Village of Spring Lake Regular Council Meeting

 July 13, 2021 at 7:30p.m.



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