CoronaVirus Information

Please click here for a link to
Alberta Health Services for more information

Effective March 19, 2020, the Village Office is Closed to ALL foot traffic
This is temporary in regards to the Covid-19 spread, we are still operating at full capacity. 
If you need assistance please call us at 780-672-7373 or e-mail CAO@villageofbitternlake.ca 
For payments please use online methods, mail or the grey drop box located beside the office door. 
The Village staff and Council appreciates your co-operation during this time. 


Click here for more information and resources from alberta.ca in regards to the CoronaVirus

The Community Hall is now closed until further notice as advised by Alberta Health Services regarding COVID-19.

As of March 17th, 2020 Alberta's Premier has declared a Public State of Emergency. We ask that community members please follow practice for this. Here at the office we are practicing social distancing. We encourage you to use online methods to pay bills (either through your bank or by email transfer to cao@villageofbitternlake.ca). We also have the drop box at the office door that can be used for cash or cheque drop offs.  We are still here to assist you and can be reached at 780-672-7373 during regular operating hours. 

The Village of Bittern Lake Post Office is closed until further notice. Please go to the Wetaskiwin Post Office for any parcels too big for your mailbox. All other mail will continue to be delivered to your mailbox.

CDSS Meals on Wheels information - click here

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Village of Bittern Lake

     Welcome to the Village of Bittern Lake. Bittern Lake is located on Highway 13 between Camrose and Wetaskiwin.

     It is a charming, cozy village that is known for its beauty.  Each resident takes pride in generating their personal piece of paradise.

     The Village has a local community hall, post office, greenhouse and the Village Administrative Office.
     
     Bittern Lake is a wildlife reserve, not a recreational lake. This can be accessed by a walking trail which boasts birds and other wildlife.

 
Please help keep our village tidy by keeping yards neat and clutter-free!

The Next Regular Village Council Meeting will be held
Thursday, April 9th, 2020
 
7:00 pm in Council Chambers

Submission deadline: 9 am - Thursday, April 2nd, 2020 per Procedural Bylaw #01/20
 


If you have a water emergency please contact Peter: 780-608-3411

 



Camrose and District Support Services 
Clarence Hastings, RSW
Rural Community, Director   Telephone:  780-672-0141



 

Alberta Transportation Mandatory Helmet Regulation

Camrose Library  Residents can purchase a library card, Village residents are considered County Residents, there is a charge for this.  Please visit their website www.cpl.prl.ab.ca for more information

Yearly Pet License Application Information & Form - Fees are now doubled