Welcome to the
Village of Spring Lake!
From Spring Lake’s peaceful meadows to its 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 and enjoy it and all that Spring Lake has to offer.
In the Village of Spring Lake
The Next Regular Council Meeting
for the Village of Spring Lake will be on
April 11th, 2023 @ 7:30 PM
Located at the Village Council Chambers
Address: 990 Bauer Avenue, Spring Lake, Alberta
The Agenda will be posted here by Friday, April 7th, 2023.
Property Assessment Notices
Mailing Date Certification
(Section 310(4) Municipal Government Act, RSA 2000 Chapter M-26)
I, Emily House, Chief Administrative Officer, hereby certify that the 2023 Property Assessment Notices for the Village of Spring Lake were mailed on March 2, 2023.
What can I do if I don’t agree with my property assessment?
If you have any questions or concerns about your property assessment, contact the Village Office to set up a phone meeting with your assessor. Alternatively, you may complete the online form for the assessor to contact you at
Village of Spring Lake
990 Bauer Avenue, Spring Lake, AB T7Z 2S9
Phone: 780-963-4211 • Fax: 780-963-4260
Read, download, and print the full document here:
Property Assessment Information - Also located on the back of the Assessment you got in the mail.
Sunhills Solar Project Newsletter
TransAlta Corporation (“TransAlta”) is proposing to construct the 130-megawatt (MW) SunHills Solar Project (“SunHills” or “the Project”), located over one kilometre from the south side of Wabamun Lake, on lands included within the Highvale Mine site in Parkland County. The mine closed in 2021 and is currently being reclaimed. Once the Project is operational, it is expected to generate approximately 247 gigawatt hours of electricity in the first year.
There is a ton of really great information in the TransAlta Newsletter:
SunHills Solar Stakeholder Newsletter Package - January 13, 2023.pdf • 3.6 MB
Check out TransAlta's website by clicking HERE.
Winter Garbage Schedule
Biweekly Collection Continues.
February 27, 2023 - Biweekly Blue Bag and Garbage pick-up
March 13, 2023 - Biweekly Blue Bag and Garbage pick-up
March 27, 2023 - Biweekly Blue Bag and Garbage pick-up
April 10, 2023 - Biweekly Blue Bag and Garbage pick-up
April 24, 2023 - Biweekly Blue Bag and Garbage pick-up
Environmental Action Plan 2022-2023