Summer Village of Ma-Me-O Beach News & Information
Lakedell Transfer Station Cards
The Lakedell Transfer Station dump cards for 2014/2015 are being mailed out with the Tax Assessment Notices. The 2013/2014 cards will expire on August 31, 2014.
Please click here to view, download and print the 2014 Boat Hoist Agreement
Please click here to view, download and print the Letter to Residents regarding the Boat Hoist Application
Please click here to view, download and print the Rates of Taxation Bylaw #344
The Regional Wastewater News Release/Project Update is now available. Click here for more.
Request for Estimates - Lawn Mowing and Trimming in the Summer Village - click here for more...
Please click here to view the Map that is referenced to in the Snow Plowing Policy #29-2011
Please click here to view, download and print the Amended Snow Plowing Policy #29-2011
Please click here to download, view and print the 2013 Winter Council Newsletter.
Please click here to download, view and print the 2013 Fall/Winter Administration Newsletter.
Update on the three most recent break-ins in Ma-Me-O Beach
Members of the RCMP spent several days working on these files. The Property Crime Iinvestigator identified the three suspects responsible and charges have been laid. Three young offenders are scheduled to appear in court on December 4, 2013.
NEW: Bylaw 339 To Regulate Activities in Jubilee Park
Please click here to view print and download Bylaw #339
Click here to view the 2013 CRASC (Capital Region Assessment Services Commission) Assessment Brochure
Click here to view the 2013 CRASC (Capital Region Assessment Services Commission) Complaint Process
Please click here to view the 2013 Rates of Taxation Bylaw #342
TAX INSTALLMENT PAYMENTS
If you wish to pay your taxes by installment plan, the following form must be completed and returned to the Summer Villages Office before December 15th each year.
Please click here to view, download and print the Tax Installment Payment Plan Form
To receive a confidential - free homesite consultation from a Nature Alberta Shoreline Advisor please click on the link below.
Council Approves Enhanced Approach to Community Policing and Security
Please click here to view this document
Click on the following documents to view, download and print.
Letter to Residents regarding compliance issues with respect to the Wastewater Bylaw No. 338.
South Pigeon Lake Regional Wastewater Line Update
Home Security Information - helpful tips for your home
Security 101 Security - Alarms Security - Doors Security Common Sense
MA-ME-O BEACH HISTORY BOOK
The Summer Village of Ma-Me-O Beach is currently looking for someone that would be interested in writing a history book about the Summer Village of Ma-Me-O Beach. If you are interested in taking on this project please contact the Summer Villages Office at 780-586-2494 or e-mail the office at firstname.lastname@example.org
PIGEON LAKE PROTECTIVE SERVICES COMPLAINT FORM:
If residents wish to report complaints please click here to view and download The Pigeon Lake Protective Services Complaint Form and return it to the Pigeon Lake Protective Services Office at B609 - 2nd Avenue. Please note that you must identify yourself on the complaint form otherwise the complaints will not be accepted. This is for follow-up purposes only. Anonymity will be maintained between the complaint and the alleged offender. If you require any further information regarding this form, please contact the Pigeon Lake Protective Services at 780-586-3882.
The eradication program of the Himalayan Balsam from the Pigeon Lake Watershed is continuing into its 4th year. If you encounter this plant, just “Pull, Break and Drop”. We hope to have it completely gone by the end of next year. There are other prohibited noxious weeds that are being found on our shoreline. The Creeping Bellflower is a noxious weed which is spreading in various areas in the Summer Villages. If you have this plant on your shoreline or in your garden, just keep pulling it by the roots and disposing in a garbage bag. For pictures of prohibited noxious and noxious weeds and other information go to www.invasiveplants.ab.ca The Pigeon Lake Watershed Association also has information on their web site at www.plwa.ca
Alberta has banned the sale of lawn-care products that combine herbicide and fertilizer. The ban was effective on Jan. 1, 2010