Coming Spring of 2024
Yellowstone’s Council and Administration is pleased to announce that Municipal Reserve One (MR1) will be the demonstration site of a Riparian Restoration project that serves to reintroduce native plants to the riparian area. These plants will be donated by The North Saskatchewan Watershed Alliance’s Regional Lake Stewardship Project and will be planted by volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering for this event, please get in touch with the Village Office @ [email protected]. 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 will be erected. Please click here to see signage for this area, and make sure to come and check it out in the Spring/Summer of 2024!
NSWA’s 20th Anniversary Video
Check out the North Saskatchewan Watershed Alliance’s 20th anniversary video. For more information concerning Lake health and what you can do, go to the information tab on this website>Lake and Dock Information. Here, you will find downloadable brochures and links to ways to get involved. Click here to view the youtube video. Click here to view NSWA’s Fall Newsletter.
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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.
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.
2022 Municipal Accountability Program Report
The Village recently underwent a Municipal Accountability Audit. To view the outcome and remedies of this report, click here.
October 18, to December 20, 2023
East End Bus Society Services Schedule
Click here for the schedule
November 28, 2023
LILSA – Get involved with your local water quality group and help make a difference. This group is looking for community involvement and is in need of volunteers. Come get educated and make a difference. The meeting location is the Alberta Beach Office @ 7pm on Tuesday, November 28. Or join in by zoom by contacting LILSA directly at [email protected]. Click here for the LILSA website. Click here for the zoom link.
November 29th, 2023
ALMS (Alberta Lake Management Society) is having a Lake Stewardship Community of Practice Meeting. Join them to meet some of Alberta’s newest Lake Watershed Stewardship Groups! Hear from the challenges and opportunities faced by: Sturgeon Lake Stewards, Healthy Waters Lac la Biche, Cooking Lake Moraine Stewardship Society.
This group is open to all those interested in lake stewardship. They hope to create an opportunity for Alberta’s stewards to connect, share, and learn with other lake stewards from across the province. This meeting will be on zoom starting at 12:00pm. Click here to register.
December 6th 2023
NSWA (North Saskatchewan Watershed Alliance) Watershed Wednesdays
Register for these free webinars that will run starting November 1, and December 6th. Click on this link for more information.
January 19, 2024
The next Council meeting is January 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.