Message from Council and Administration
Greetings to everyone who is visiting our new website including visitors, permanent and seasonal residents of the Summer Village of Larkspur.
We, your Council and Administration, hope that this website will be a way to stay in touch and inform you of what is taking place in the summer village. Communication is a two-way street so we also invite you to voice your ideas for improvements or concerns you have with the Summer Village.
We are very fond of our lake that we share and are very proud of our Summer Village of Larkspur. We are lucky to be located on the shorelines of a panoramic and pristine lake and abundant surrounding natural forest and we must be collaborative in conserving and protecting this unique and valuable resource.
We invite you to become familiar with the website and browse through it. From the Information page you can click on numerous tabs to access information about our summer village.
Meeting dates and locations are subject to change. Residents should confirm date and location 24 hours prior to the meeting.
2023 Meeting Schedule
June 6, 2023 - 7:00 pm - 32 Kingsbury Crescent, St. Albert
July 22, 2023 - 1:00 pm - 20 Larkspur Drive, Larkspur
August 22, 2023 - 7:00 pm - 32 Kingsbury Crescent, St. Albert
Annual Information Meeting
NOTE DATE CHANGE: On Saturday, September 9, 2023 we will be holding an annual meeting. The meeting will begin at 10:00 am at the hall. Following directly after this meeting will be an Annual General Meeting for the Larkspur Natural Area Society.
Once the meetings have both completed there will be a BBQ.
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We have recently taken a photo of the summer village via drone. To see the photo click here. You can zoom in quite a lot. We hope you enjoy the photo.
The security cameras in the Summer Village are now working. Please note that the cameras are only aimed to see traffic coming in and out of the village, not at individual properties. You can review the Security Monitoring Policy here.
All crime should be reported directly to the police, not administration or council. When reporting crime, let the police know that there may be security footage available and that they should contact administration or council to access it.