We hope your stay at the Summer Village of Parkland Beach is relaxing.

Please help us keep our Summer Village an enjoyable retreat for all, by observing the following;

Park Your Vehicle Off-street

The streets of Parkland Beach are narrow. Please park your vehicle on the property you are visiting rather than the street. Parking is not permitted in the ditches.

Keep Your Dog On Leash & Off Beach

Parkland Beach offers many trails and open space for leisurely walks with your furry friends. Dogs must be kept on leash at all times and please pick up after them. Dogs are not permitted on the public beach (sand area) or in the swimming zone.

Obey the Noise Bylaws

Our Noise Bylaw states that no person shall make or cause noise that disturbs the quiet and comfort or any other persons in the vicinity. Please respect the peace of the community, and report serious infractions to the Summer Village office or the RCMP after hours (403-843-2223).

No Guns or Fireworks

As indicated in our bylaws, no fireworks, firecrackers, guns, or firearms of any kind shall be set off within the Summer Village of Parkland Beach unless specifically authorized by the Summer Village or the Province of Alberta.

Garbage Collection Guidelines

Garbage is collected every Monday. When Monday falls on a holiday, collection is done on the following business day. Please ensure that your trash is placed in covered containers and that you do not exceed four bags. Only bagged household waste is accepted.

Please Note: If you are not going to be present to put the bins away after garbage collection, please place them at the property line where they can sit safely, without obstructing traffic, until you or the property owner can return and remove them.

Enjoy Your Stay!

The Summer Village of Parkland Beach is an experience of tranquil Country Living on the Lake.

Boater Requirements

Boaters, please keep your watercraft clean, drained, and dry!

The Alberta Government has enacted legislation to protect our provincial water bodies from of the infestation of aquatic invasive species. When highway signage indicates that a watercraft inspection station is open, it is mandatory that all carriers of water-based vessels report to the onsite inspectors to have their water equipment checked for invasive species such as the zebra and quagga mussels.