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Alix is a quaint Village located along the Highway 12 corridor, between Lacombe and Settler, and only 40 minutes north-east of the City of Red Deer.
Nestled beside a beautiful lake and 6.5 kms of a maintained interpretive nature trail, this friendly and active community offers a wide variety of water sports, playgrounds, a serviced campground, an arena, a library, museum, skateboard park, a variety of retail businesses and restaurants, churches and a large Indoor Play Centre, called Moonwalkers.
The Village is also the home of Alix-Mac Public School, grades K-12, which offers a unique fine arts program. The Village is also fortunate to have a well-trained group of dedicated Volunteer Firefighters and First Responders.
The warm hospitality and natural beauty of this thriving community will surely capture your heart, whether you decide to make Alix your home, or drop by to spend the day!
Alix Lake Campground, Playground & Beach
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Please be advised that a blue-green algae bloom is currently in Alix Lake.
The bloom can look blue-green or greenish-brown, and should be treated with caution.
Avoid contact with the algae, as it may cause skin irritations or rashes, sore throat/eyes and hay-fever like symptoms (eg. stuffy nose).
Alberta Health Services (Environmental Public Health) will continue to monitor the lake over the summer months.
Please check out the following Algae Blooms.pdf for additional information.
The Village of Alix Public Works department will be flushing out the hydrants during the month of August.
WILD PINK YONDER
Is coming to Alix on Wednesday, August 24, 2016.
For further information, please check out link below or check out the Community News- Community Events Tab.
WILD PINK YONDER.pdf