Officer Doris McAllister (780) 719-6447
For assistance with municipal by-law concerns such as noise, animal control, parking and watching for development.
For concerns regarding speeding or criminal matter please contact the RCMP.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) provides policing service for the Summer Village, through the Thorsby detachment. In addition, the Summer Village has entered into an enhanced agreement with the RCMP which will give dedicated RCMP hours, above their regular service, directly to the Summer Village.
If you see anyone committing a crime, please be sure to immediately call the RCMP.
For major emergencies, please dial 9-1-1.
Complaint: (780) 789-3950
Admin: (780) 789-3951
Crime Stoppers Crime Map:
Online Property Crime Reporting
The RCMP have an on-line system for reporting certain property crimes.
If you wish to use this system, you can access it from this WEBSITE
Rural Crime Watch
The Leduc Rural Crime Watch Association encompasses Pigeon Lake. It works closely with the RCMP to keep members informed of criminal activity in the area.
For more information, you can check out their brochure.
If you wish to join the association, we have attached a membership application.
Summer Village Roads
Trucks are not allowed to travel on Summer Village roads at their full axle weight.
During spring break-up (usually April to June) there is a 50 percent road ban. This is standard for the surrounding area. The remainder of the year the road will be at 75 percent of the truck axle weight.
Maximum speed is 20 kms per hour.
ATVs and Snowmobiles
Recreational vehicles are allowed on Summer Village roads. Helmets, registration, insurance and plates clearly visible to the rear of the vehicle, are required. Drivers must be a minimum of 14 years of age.
Pigeon Lake is a great place to enjoy watercraft.
Please be aware of the 10-kilometer per hour speed limit within 100 meters of the shoreline.
This is unique to Pigeon Lake as many other lakes require the 10-kilometer speed at only 30 meters from the shore.
Buoys are usually placed at the 100 meter mark to help boaters estimate the distance.
Chemical fertilizers and pesticides/herbicides are prohibited.
Dogs must be on a leash and under control when they are off your property.