We are located in the heart of Saskatchewan lake country, serving the residents in and around Emma, Christopher, Anglin, and McPhee Lakes. The municipality is only 15 kilometers wide and 50 kilometers long, beginning at Christopher Lake and extending north to Timber Cove.
The Lakeland area is special because of its remaining wilderness - to live amid this forest, alongside its wildlife, is a privilege. But being in these woods comes with an inherent risk of wildfire. Anyone who spent time in the area during the summer of 2015 will remember the...
The District of Lakeland and Great Blue Heron Provincial Park are now licencing ATVs. This licencing system includes only vehicles identified under The All Terrain Vehicles Act as ATV’s including restricted use motorcycles, mini-bikes, all terrain cycles. Please refer to the...
As of the June meeting, the District will:
Prepare for limited opening of the office to the public in compliance with provincial guidelines around social distancing. Staff will continue to respond through electronic means and scheduled appointments.
The Emma Lake transfer station will accept sorted materials at no charge (at the discretion of the transfer station attendant) and open on Sundays during June.
Continue to monitor and adhere to provincial guidelines regarding social distancing, group gathering restrictions, and re-opening of public facilities such as parks, playgrounds and beaches.
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There’s something about the shorelines of lakes that draws us, inspires us, and fascinates us. We all love to recreate, reconnect with nature, and spend time with our family and friends around water. We use our lakes for source water, weekend getaways, and certainly recreation. From hiking, and wildlife viewing to boating and fishing. We need to remember that what we do at the lake can impact lake water quality, shorelines, and wildlife. Let’s work together to keep our lakes healthy!