Welcome to our Website!
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.The Village has many businesses of various sizes and varieties, as well as a Registry Office, Public Library and the Wagon Wheel Museum.
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
2021 Tax & Assessment Notices
The 2021 Property and Assessment Notices have now been mailed. Any rate payer who does not receive a tax notice is advised to contact the Village Office at 403-747-2495.
Taxes must be paid to the Village Office on or before July 31, 2021. Payments made by mail will be deemed to be paid on the date postmarked on the envelope. A penalty of 9% will be added on August 1, 2021 for all current taxes remaining unpaid.
Anyone wishing to appeal their assessment must submit a completed form to: The Assessment Review Board on or before July 26, 2021. Forms and information pamphlets are available at the Village Office at 4849 50 Street or by calling 403-747-2495.
Office Holiday Closures - 2021
Friday, January 1st - New Year's Day
Monday, February 15th - Family Day
Friday, April 2nd - Good Friday
Monday, April 5th - Easter Monday
Monday, May 24th - Victoria Day
Thursday, July 1st - Canada Day
Monday, August 2rd - Heritage Day
Monday, September 6th - Labour Day
Monday, October 11th - Thanksgiving Day
Thursday, November 11th - Remembrance Day
Friday, December 24th - Closing at noon
Monday, December 27th - In lieu of Boxing Day
Upcoming Council Meeting - June 16th - 6 pm - Held via Zoom
To attend the meeting, please click on the Zoom Meeting link below.
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Celebrating Seniors Week 2021 (June 7 – 13)
Alix and Area Community Resource Centre would like to celebrate and show appreciation to the Seniors in our community from
June 7th – 13th. Watch for Cards of Caring in the mail, and stop by the Resource Centre on Tuesday, June 8th or Thursday, June 10th to pick up a special gift from us to you.
Celebrating Canada Day 2021!
Alix Wagon Wheel Museum will be hosting a day of fun for all ages starting at noon. Tour the museum and join in the activities at the Backyard Lawn Party.
A hot dog cart will have food for purchase or bring your own picnic.
Get a complimentary cupcake from the Alixgator sponsored by The Village Shoppe and a water bottle supplied by Servus Credit Union.
Activities will include: Scavenger Hunts, Find the Flag, Bean Bag Toss, Historic Bingo, Trivia contests and other lawn and table games and crafts.
Decorate your house/yard for Canada Day and send a photo to our email at or to our instagram alixwagonwheelmuseum to be entered for a chance to win a prize.
Attention all Kids! Alix Public Library is hosting a Bike Decorating Contest. Decorate your bike on a Canada Day theme and line up on the Library sidewalk at 12:45 where you can win a prize and take part in the Back Alley Bicycle Parade.
Check out the Annual Library Book Sale with great bargains to be had.
Friends of the Alix Public Library will be selling One Dollar tickets (must be 18 and over) for an “Everything Canadian” Raffle Basket valued at $125 filled with all Canadian made items like maple syrup, beer, wine, snacks and a flag. Draw to be made at the library at 5:00 pm. Tickets on sale June 1st at local businesses.
Bring your ball glove for a pick-up ball game at the school ball diamonds at 3:00 pm.
Enjoy the fireworks display at dusk!
Compost Bins have been placed at various locations throughout the Village. Please remember only grass clippings, fallen leaves, plant prunings and small branches are permitted in the bins. Large branches, newspaper, cardboard and animal waste are not permitted.