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 it's 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 wild life reserve, vs. a recreational lake. The can be accessed by a walking trail which boasts birds and other wildlife.
Bittern Lake Nomination Date: Monday, March 2, 2015.
10:00 am until 12:00pm at the Village of Bittern Lake Office.
Nomination forms can be obtained at the Village office, or the links below:
Application for Registration for Notice of Intent to become a Candidate
Nomination Paper and Candidate Acceptance
Nominations will be for a position on the Council. The Council of three members, will then vote as to whom will become Mayor, Deputy Mayor, and Councilor. Any questions please call the village office (780) 672 - 7373.
More information to come after March 2, 2015. The number of nominations will determine if there will be a Bi Election.
We are very grateful to Kerry Grettum for his time and committment, and wish him well in his endeavours.
Reminder: Pet Lisences are due January 31, 2015. Registration doubles after the 31st.
Bittern Lake Hall Activities:
Every Friday Join us for Darts at Bittern Lake Hall - 7:00 pm -- $3 drop in fee.
Zumba is happening Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings at 7:00 pm.
Snow Removal Notice: All Residents
Please ensure all trailers, recreational items, vehicles are moved off village property. This will ensure the snow is cleared safely and out of everyone's way.
Residents who chose to remain parked on village property assume all risks of damage to their property.
The Village of Bittern Lake Council is:
Acting Mayor: Mr. Earl (Charlie) Debnam
Councillor: Mr. Charles (Chuck) Jarvis
The Village offers snow removal for resident driveways. To arrange the service residents are required to complete a Save Harmless Agreement annually. ( it is good for one year)
The rates are:
Residential and Non-profit organizations: Min $ 35.00 per hour
Farmland and acreage holders rate: $45.00 per hour
Commercial rate: $ 40.00 per hour
It is the property owners responsibility to ensure the area is clear of items; beneath the snow.
For the Save Harmless Agreement, click here.
For more information call or email the Village office.