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.
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.
The Village Office will be closed For the remainder of the day Due to emergency. The Village Office will Reopen on Monday November 16, 2020 At 8:30am.
Thank you from the Village Council & Staff
Updated to provide more information in regards to why the flu clinic was cancelled in the village office. Unfortunately due to Covid-19, the Village of Spring Lake was notified by the pharmacy that they will not be hosting a onsite flu clinic this year. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
The Village of Spring Lake’s Response to the COVID-19 Virus
The Village of Spring Lake continues to monitor the spread of the COVID-19 Virus and is working diligently with the community to ensure the directives of the Government of Canada and the Government of Alberta are implemented in response to the COVID-19 virus. As the situation continues to unfold, the Village of Spring Lake will be taking some necessary preventive measures to respond to this rapidly changing issue.
Increasing the frequency of cleaning and sanitizing high-touch areas, such as counters, light switches and door handles.
Ensuring sanitizing products are well stocked in all areas of the Village Office and Public Works Shop and Vehicles.
Suspending all non-essential in-person meetings and encouraging the use of video and teleconferencing for all other meetings.
Encouraging staff who do not feel well to stay at home and follow procedures outlined by the Government of Alberta based on symptoms.
Implementing procedures to limit staff contact with each other.
Co ordinating work at home procedures, where possible and viable.
Implementing a Business Continuity Plan to continue providing services to residents should the COVID-19 virus situation become worse.
Encouraging residents who are not feeling well to stay home and contact the Village Office via phone or email.
We ask the community and staff to take actions that will prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus by practicing healthy habits such as proper and frequent handwashing, cover sneezes and coughs, and staying home if you experience any symptoms associated with the COVID-19 virus.
While the risk for Albertans currently remains low, the Village is implementing proactive measures to help curb the impacts of the COVID-19 virus.
All residents are encouraged to visits www.alberta.ca/COVID19 for the latest information, guidance and resources.
Thank you for your patience and cooperation as we all work together to navigate through this and for doing your part in keeping our community healthy and well.
Village Office Hours are as follows until further notice:
Monday to Thursday
8:30am to 6:00pm
Friday the Office will be Closed
The Village Office and Public Works Buildings continues to be closed to the Public
If it is an emergent issue, please contact us for an appointment. Thank you for your patience and cooperation during this time.
Stay in Touch
Council Meeting to be held on November 11, 2020 at 7:30pm
This will be held at Blueberry Community Hall, located at 53109 RR 15, Parkland County.
Please see the agenda for more information.