Development Permits recently approved are listed below. Click on the notice for details.
date: March 30, 2021
A Notice of Assessment was mailed to all Parkland Beach property owners on March 26, 2021
Notice of Assessment Date is April 5, 2021
Deadline to submit an assessment complaint is June 4, 2021
- To file an assessment complaint
- First call the Village Assessor – Rod Vikse at 403-343-3357 – to discuss the issue
- If the complaint is not resolved, see the Assessment Review Board (ARB) Complaint Form below.
- The fee for filing an Assessment Complaint is $50 per residential parcel or $300 per commercial lot, and must be submitted with your completed form to the Summer Village office, by the deadline noted above.
The overall the assessment values have dropped from the previoues…..this is related to market value changes. Both years are available below for comparison.
You can also see your assessment values here …… GIS property detail map new assessment values will be updated soon!!!
Coming soon… Property Tax Notices:
- Will be sent by mail in early May
- Tax payment deadline is June 30, 2021
- If an assessment appeal is filed, the property taxes are still due by the deadline.
- Late payment penalty is 15%
date : March 18, 2021
Load Restrictions in Ponoka County have been placed on a number of roads, effective March 18. See updated list here…
Road Bans in Summer Village of Parkland Beach will remain in place until Ponoka County removes the bans. Typically in mid to late May.
Please contact the appropriate administration office with inquiries:
- Ponoka County – 403-783-3333
- Parkland Beach – 403-843-2055
You are invited to join all live-stream Council meetings via ZOOM.
- Monday March 15, 2021
- 6:30 pm
To Join the Zoom Meeting – check back just before, or during, the meeting and the link will be posted below with a Meeting ID and Passcode
The AGENDA for Council meetings will be available here… along with Minutes from past meetings.
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 966 4028 7720
Councillor Marc Mousseau was appointed Mayor by council on January 11, 2021 as a result of the former Mayor Blair Morton giving his official resignation as Mayor to village administration on that day. Mr. Morton chose to remain on as a as Councillor at that time.
On February 26, 2021 Councillor Morton gave is official resignation as a Council member for the Summer Village, siting that he became ineligible to remain on Council due to the sale of his residence in the Summer Village of Parkland Beach.
Blair’s passion for the Village was apparent when he declared “take care of my village” in his last message to village administration. Thank you Blair for your dedication!
There will not be a Bi-election due to the relative close timing to the next municipal election coming this summer 2021.
You can help protect your property, your family and your community by registering your security camera(s) with the Crime Capture Program.
The following RCMP detachments: Rimbey, Sylvan Lake, Blackfalds, Innisfail and Rocky Mountain House are currently collaborating to create a camera registry to hopefully have an impact on crime in our communities. All costs associated to this have been covered by the respective Detachments. The program covers the entire geographical area for all detachments, but provides for separate information and query options for investigators.
February 1, 2021
The Parkland Beach Marina Association has orchestrated the current work being performed. On February 1st, Northside Construction began dredging south of the marina at the public beach area to accommodate deeper water recreational activities. This will be approximately 30m x 45m, up to a depth of 1.5m This work will require storage of more Organic material at the very south side of the beach area for hauling away in the spring. The good sand will be spread on the beach in the spring and will be stored on the north side of the sandy beach area.
SV of Parkland Beach Council and Administration want to extend condolences to the Cole Family with the passing of Lea Cole on January 11, 2021. Lea was an upstanding resident of the community. Lea was a member of the first Council for the Summer Village dating back to June 2, 1984. She then became Mayor in her 2nd term on August 31, 1986. Much of her work on Council formed the cornerstone of this great Summer Village.
Thank you Lea Cole, Rest in Peace.
Reminder to all residents and visitors
The Summer Village of Parkland Beach trail systems are used by residents and visitors every day for pedestrian use. The trails are clearly marked No Motorized Vehicles. Please only use the Village trail system for pedestrian use.
Also, please remember that underage drivers of any off-road vehicles are against the law on public property.