The Summer Village of Horseshoe Bay is located at the north west end of Vincent Lake, approximately 20 km north of St. Paul, Alberta.
It was incorporated as a Summer Village on January 1, 1985 and is governed by 3 elected individuals; a mayor, a deputy mayor and one councillor.
Municipal elections are held in July every four years. Day to day operations are handled by a Chief Administrative Officer.
There are 145 residential lots in the Village.
* Next council meeting: October 16, 2021
For details, click on the "Council" page.
Senate Election and Referendum Vote will be held on October 18,
2021at Martin Recreation Center in the Summer Village of
An election will be held for the election of a Senate nominee, and
A vote of electors will be held on 2 referendum questions. Click on
above link for details.
* 2020 Audited Financial Statements now on "Documents" page.
Landfill & Waste Transfer Facilities
Waste Bins at the Summer Village are for BAGGED HOUSEHOLD GARBAGE ONLY
For large and other items the following Landfill & Waste Transfer Stations are available for use by Summer Village residents:
Operating Hours: May 1 to October 31, 2021
ASHMONT: 59518 Range Road 112 VINCENT LAKE: 59117 Range Road 95
Tuesday, Saturday & Sunday Tuesday and Saturday
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
"Take it or Leave it" location "Take it or Leave it" loation
MALLAIG: 10015 TWP Road 604 EVERGREEN REGIONAL LANDFILL:
Tuesday & Saturday Located west of St. Paul on HWY 29
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. & turn south on Range Road 104
"Take it or Leave it" location Monday to Saturday
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Closed Sundays & Statutory holidays.
(These items cannot be disposed of at the Village waste bins)
Additional Information: Fire Insurance
Village property owners should carry additional fire insurance on their property.
In the event of a fire response to your property, or a fire starting on your property, or a false alarm, any costs that may be incurred by the Fire Department for extinguishing a fire or providing fire services including costs of equipment and consumables may be charged to the person who caused the fire, the owner or occupier of the land on which the fire occurred or the owner of a vehicle in which a fire occurred.
Your Insurance company should be able to tell you what coverage may already have or what you need.
Residents wishing to burn brush or have any type of open fire should be aware that the requirements for OPEN FIRES has changed and fire permits are now required.
If you want to burn brush or have an open fire, please contact the Village administration, Norman Briscoe, at (780)645-4677, to obtain a permit.
When registering your burns, please be prepared to provide the following information:
Some open burning may need to be inspected prior to lighting the fire.
Fire pits and BBQ's are not considered open fires and do not require a permit.
PO Box 1778
St. Paul, Alberta T0A 3A0