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BYLAW / Peace Officer Complaint Procedure (NEW)
A friendly reminder that in 2023 the procedures for receiving complaints have changed. Please see the above page on the this website Contact Us > Peace Officer Bylaw to access this information. Complaints MUST be made through the appropriate form.

Taxes due August 10, 2024 (NEW)
Please ensure to have your taxes paid by the August 10th, 2024 deadline to avoid the 18% penalty. Its not too late to Join the Village’s Tax Payment Plan (TPP), please contact the Village for more information on how you can join the TPP and have a application form sent to you.

Fire Ban In Effect (NEW)
As of Monday, July 8th, 2024 the Summer Village of Yellowstone is under a Fire Ban. No recreational Fires or burning of any kind are permitted within the Summer Village during a Fire Ban.

2022 Municipal Accountability Program is now complete (NEW)
The Village recently underwent a Municipal Accountability Audit. To view the outcome and remedies of this report, click here. To view the letter from the province confirming the successful completion of the Municipal Accountability Audit click here.

Fireworks Bylaw 238 – 2024 (NEW)
The Summer Village has recently adopted a fireworks bylaw. Please note restrictions apply to fireworks in the Village. Click here to view Bylaw 238 – 2024

Summer Programs in the County (NEW)
Looking for something for the kids to do this summer? Check out Lac Ste. Anne County’s 2024 summer programs by clicking here.

Tax Notice Mailing (NEW)
Tax Notices were mailed out on May 30th, 2024. Please check your mail. If you do not receive your tax notice please contact the Village office. Taxes are due August 10th, 2024.

Riparian Restoration Demonstration Site (NEW)
Municipal Reserve One (MR1) is the home of a Riparian Restoration project that serves to reintroduce native plants to the riparian area. All plants in this area were donated by The North Saskatchewan Watershed Alliance’s Regional Lake Stewardship Project and were planted by volunteers. This demonstration area is accessible from the Village’s walking path just off Range Road 33 (between 1st and 2nd Street) and just South (between the lake and the walking path); signage to be erected. Please click here to see signage for this area, and learn about the importance of the Riparian area and Lake Health!

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Yellowstone’s Official Facebook Page
Yellowstone has a Facebook presence. The Facebook site will serve as an information tool sharing relevant Village information from the Village’s website while also aiming to build community. This site will be updated as time permits. Note these sites are informational only and questions should be directed to the Village office. Please look for the following names on Facebook:
-Yellowstone’s Facebook Profile is: SV Yellowstone
– Yellowstone’s Facebook page is: Summer Village of Yellowstone
– Yellowstone’s Facebook Group (Private and only for residents) is: SV of Yellowstone Community Group. Abuse or misinformation will not be tolerated.

ATTENTION Boat Lift/ Piers/Piers Stand Owners
Effective Immediately -At the June 16th Council meeting, Yellowstone Council updated Policy POLICY A-TRA-BOAT-1. Under this new update, residents wishing to continue to store Boat Lifts/ Pier sections / Pier Stands on municipal reserves are NOW required to sign an agreement with the Village. To request an agreement, please get in touch with the Village office to have one sent to you. Once an agreement is signed, residents will receive a Village-assigned tag/number to be placed on stored items that identify the stored items with the owner.   All items stored on Municipal Reserves that do not have a signed agreement and Village assigned tag will be removed from the Municipal Reserves. Please note there are additional requirements when storing items on Municipal reserves; these requirements are listed in the agreement. For more information, please contact the Village office. Please click here to view/print the application form YSMR-0623. Applications MUST include a photo of the stored item(s) and proof of liability insurance.

Locked Gates on Municipal Reserves
Residents requiring access to areas with locked gates must give the Village at least 48 hours notice to have gates unlocked.

News & Updates​

June 5, 2024 to July 25, 2024
East End Bus Society Services Schedule
Click here for the schedule

July 19th, 2024
The next Council meeting is July 19th, @ 9:00 A.M. at the Municipal building located at 500 Morin Drive, Yellowstone. The Council meeting agenda and minutes can be found on the Council page under Council> Meetings/Minutes/Agendas. A link for the agenda will be posted here closer to the meeting date. Click here to view the agenda.

August 17, 2024
The Village will holding is first Annual Information Meeting (AIM) on August 17, 2024 from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the municipal building located at 500 Morin Drive. This event is an opportunity for residents to inquire and ask questions of Council or the Village’s Chief Administrative Officer regarding the Village. Hope to see you there!