Welcome to your new home at the Summer Village of Parkland Beach!
The Council and Administration would like to take this opportunity to thank you for joining our community and give you pertinent information that is helpful to you as a new resident.
Want a handy list of important contacts to help you set up your utilities, gas, internet, and more? When emergencies happen, you need to know who to contact right away. We’ve compiled a list to make it easy for you.
Understand Your Community’s Bylaws
As a new resident, you are responsible for learning Parkland Beach’s bylaws. These laws were created by your local government to meet the needs of citizens and resolve issues. Please take the time to learn the rules of your community!
Mailbox Set Up
Residents of the Summer Village of Parkland Beach may set up mailboxes at the nearest Canada Post Office, which is located in the Town of Rimbey at 4802 51 Street.
Garbage Collection Schedule
Cast-A-Waste Inc. collects garbage in the Summer Village every Monday. Should Monday fall on a holiday, pick up will be the following business day. Trash must be placed in covered containers, and set out by 7:00 am.
There is a maximum of four bags per household. They cannot not weigh more than 50lbs each. Only bagged household waste is accepted. Items NOT accepted include: yard waste, appliances, chemicals, and hazardous waste.
Leaving for a while? If you are not going to be present to put your garbage bins away, please set them out on your property line, by the driveway, for garbage collection day. They may remain on the edge of your property until you return.
Landscaping & Invasive Species Information
Invasive species are nonnative plants and animals that have been introduced, intentionally or unintentionally, from other countries or ecosystems and threaten Alberta’s ecosystems and biodiversity. When landscaping, we strongly recommend checking Alberta’s Invasive Species to ensure you are not inadvertently causing harm to Alberta’s environment.
Boaters, keep your watercrafts clean, drained, and dry! The Alberta Government enacted changes to legislation that will help to protect our provincial water bodies from 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.
72-Hour Emergency Kits
Whether it is a temporary power outage or a widespread disaster, a 72-hour emergency kit for you and your family will make you more comfortable during an emergency and may even save your life.
While there are many lists for 72-hour kits and kits are for sale, people are often intimidated by the costs and bulk of a kit and uncertainty as to what is necessary. Here is a list of the absolute necessities, and a few good ideas for extras, for your 72-hour emergency kit. For emergency preparedness in general, here’s some additional reading.