Welcome to our Website!
Come see Alix Gator!
As the proud Mayor of the picturesque and progressive Village of Alix, I would like to extend an invitation to you and your family to come see what we have to offer.
The Village of Alix has always prided itself on its agricultural heritage, strong volunteer spirit, many playgrounds and parks, and rich history.
Our Main Street boasts the Alix Wagon Wheel Museum that will take you back to days gone by, when settlers came to this area and put their many talents to work. One of the Famous Five was from the Village of Alix. Irene Parlby was instrumental in encouraging women to be involved in serving their country and community at that time. She was the first woman Cabinet Minister in Alberta when she was elected in 1912, which is a feat we as Albertans, and indeed Canadians, should be proud of!!
The Village has many businesses of various sizes and varieties, as well as a Registry Office and Public Library.
During the winter months, bring your skates or your skis and enjoy the outdoors. Skating, cross country skiing, and tobogganing is all available on, and around Alix Lake. Skating, shinny and organized hockey is always going on in our recently refurbished arena.
Many community events occur between May and October, such as the Alix Rodeo, Alix Days, Canada Day festivities, Alix Show & Shine, and the farmers’ market.
Our hidden jewel is the 11- site campground, playground and beautiful family friendly beach at Alix Lake. We have a 6 km walking nature trail around Alix Lake, which is enjoyed by people from all across Alberta. There is also a beautiful 9-hole course located just east of the Village.
We also have a pre-kindergarten -12 public school that takes great pride in promoting a first class education for all kids in, and around the Village. We are also blessed with great volunteers that work with children, seniors, and families alike.
We pride ourselves on promoting economic growth, a reasonable tax rate, and many other services you just won’t find in the larger centres.
Stop by and see us, I guarantee you won’t be disappointed!
Mayor Rob Fehr
Alix-MAC Public School
For information on the Alix-MAC Public School, please click on the link below.
Utilities Consumer Advocate Office (UCA)
Visit ucahelps.alberta.ca to compare electricity and gas prices in your area, view historical rates, or get help resolving utility related issues. The website provides a list of energy retailers as well.
Office Holiday Closures - 2020
Wednesday, January 1st - New Year's Day
Monday, February 17th - Family Day
Friday, April 10th - Good Friday
Monday, April 13th - Easter Monday
Monday, May 18th - Victoria Day
Wednesday, July 1st - Canada Day
Monday, August 3 rd - Heritage Day
Monday, September 7th - Labour Day
Monday, October 12th - Thanksgiving Day
Wednesday, November 11th - Remembrance Day
Friday, December 25th - Christmas Day
Monday, December 28th - In lieu of Boxing Day
With the winter season here, please remember that streets will be cleared of snow on a priority basis. There will be signs placed on the streets approximately 12 hours prior to clearing. All vehicles must be removed from the streets when the signs go up. Failure to remove vehicles to allow for snow removal will result in towing of the vehicle, at the owner's expense.
Recreation Department Events
All upcoming events are listed under the Things to Do & See Tab - go to the Village-Sponsored Community Events section.
Water Consumption Cost Increase
Due to increased billing costs from Highway 12/21 Water Commission, the water consumption rate will increase from $2.96 per cubic meter to $3.06 per cubic meter, effective immediately.
The Village has had many successes in 2019. To see some of the accomplishments in the community, please click on the link below.
The Alix Inform by Alix FCSS
"Keeping everyone in the know"
A NEW monthly listing of what is going on!
Find it under the Things To Do & See tab.
If you wish to submit a concern regarding any Village-related issues, please fill out the concern form
attached below, and email to Michelle, CAO, at , fax to: 403-747-3663 or mail to: Box 87, Alix, T0C 0B0.