The MD wishes to make residents aware of fraudulent fundraising activities that have occurred in recent weeks across the province.
State of Local Emergency has been lifted for the MD of Lesser Slave River. Area residents and travelers are encouraged to revisit this website in upcoming days for recovery updates and resources.
Please be advised that Council has recently passed two bylaws (2018-03 & 2018-02) that will result in a 2% increase for all water and sewer accounts within the MD.
Are you looking to start new projects on the farm this year, or upgrade existing infrastructure? Check out the Canadian Agricultural Partnership programs website to see if there could be any funding available to help out!
Please be cautious in the Poplar Lane area. There have been several bear sightings reported around the MD Office and the adjacent shop and yard.
The Slave Lake Region has recently published its 2018 Tourism & Recreation Guide. A digital copy of this new guide is available in the MD Publications section of the MD website.
Please be advised that Ranch Road is scheduled to be closed at some point between June 27 and September 15 as crews work to replace the bridge culvert. Closure is expected to last 30 days.
Over the next several days, crews will be onsite at the Flatbush Community Complex in advance of scheduled paving work. Paving was scheduled for Wednesday May 30, but work has been postponed due to weather setbacks.
The MD wishes to congratulate Lesser Slave Lake Bird Observatory (LSLBO) staff members Tyler Flockhart and Richard Krikum for their collaboration on a recently-published paper regarding the decline of the Canada Warbler.