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
The Alix Fire Department is looking for new volunteers to join their department. Training is done both in-house and through provincially and nationally approved courses and is provided virtually, in-class and on-the-job. There is no charge for the training. Firefighters must be 18 years of age to volunteer or 16 years of age for a Junior Firefighter, and must be physically able to perform tasks/duties of the job. Training is normally one evening per week on Thursdays at 7 pm at the Fire Hall. For any questions or for more information, call Fire Chief, Darren Hiron @ 403-505-3215, Deputy Chief Corrie Anderson @ 403-848-2711 or Deputy Chief Ken Henry @ 403-358-6636.
Office Holiday Closures - 2023
Alix Lake Campground Caretaker Tender
2023 Business Licenses are to be paid by January 31, 2023
Altered $20, Unaltered $40
Alberta Conservation Association
To read about the Fish Stocking and Pheasant Release Opportunities please see the attached document from Alberta Conservation Association
Tax Account Reminders
Any unpaid taxes as of December 31, will receive an 18% penalty on January 1, 2023
Traffic Bylaw 446/19
Strategic Plan 2022-2025