Sunbreaker Cove is located 45 km North-West of the city of Red Deer, Alberta on the North-East side of Sylvan Lake. The name Sunbreaker Cove come from combining Sunhaven, The Breakers and Glenn's Cove. Glenn's Cove name for an old farm stead that originally was in the near vicinity of the present day village.
Summer Village Office - COVID - 19 NOTICE
FOR ANY QUESTIONS OR ADMINISTRATIVE NEEDS PLEASE CALL 403-596-1084. We remain open for business, but our physical location has been closed. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE
For the most accurate and up to date information please visit this website: https://www.alberta.ca/coronavirus-info-for-albertans.aspx
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As summer is approaching and we all wish things would go back to normal as quickly as possible, it is important to listen to the advice given to us from our Government, including our Chief Medical Officer of Health. Please note the following excerpt from her update earlier this week:
“This is also not the time for people to go out to their summer cottages or seasonal villages to self-isolate. Services and supports are limited in these communities. Please stay in your own home, and away from others, if you are feeling unwell. Each of us must continue to do everything we can to flatten the curve and keep our friends and family healthy.”
You can read her comments in full here: https://www.alberta.ca/release.cfm?xID=69961C8FA869F-A2ED-1F01-91C6C6B3800FCC51
Canada's chief public health officer also weighed in on the subject Sunday, making it clear in no uncertain terms that this is not the time to head for a cottage, cabin or camp.
"Urban dwellers should avoid heading to rural properties, as these places have less capacity to manage COVID-19," Dr. Theresa Tam said at a press conference in Ottawa. There are also supply-chain issues to consider. Retailers across the country have found it difficult to keep food, cleaning supplies and other highly-demanded products on their shelves. For stores in remote areas that are used to serving small populations at this time of year, a sudden influx of cottagers can make it even more difficult to meet the needs of their year-round customers. https://www.ctvnews.ca/health/coronavirus/don-t-head-to-your-cottage-to-wait-out-covid-19-pandemic-canadians-warned-1.4873267
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Sunbreaker Cove Wastewater Information Videos:
Benjamin Zukiwski, Master Electrician also an Electrical Safety Codes Officer. Here is our latest video describing what electrical needs you will have when connecting to the line.
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Alex Quast, operator, and owner of Xandal Backhoe Ltd. has experience connecting resident homes in Birchcliff, Pigeon Lake, Jarvis Bay, and Norglenwold to newly installed wastewater infrastructure. In this video, Alex details the steps required to connect your home successfully to Sunbreaker Cove’s wastewater system in the near future.
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In this video former Birchcliff mayor, Thom Jewell shares his experiences of the challenges, costs, benefits, and successes of Birchcliff’s wastewater infrastructure installation. Mayor Jewell also outlines the technical and practical processes and decisions that guided that installation and how Birchcliff was able to navigate this process while ensuring that residents stayed informed and kept up-to-date about their wastewater installation project.
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Click here to watch a brief video that provides more information for residents on how this project will move forward and what residents will need to know.
Tax Notice Reminder:
Reminder to residents that if you have had a change of mailing address to please let us know by April as 2020 tax and utility notices will be mailed out on May 21st. Changes in mailing addresses can be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Any questions or concerns can be directed to the Finance Department (403) 887-2822
The Summer Village of Sunbreaker Cove is pleased to offer residents the ability to pay taxes on a monthly basis. The links below
provide information to assist in through the process, and Tina would be happy to answer any questions you might have.
Please Note: You must be registered by December 31st in order to participate in the coming year.