Information about COVID-19

Here is a summary of the latest AHS public health restrictions from Pigeon Lake Regional Emergency Management.  (Please note:  the John Turgeon Community Hall is now closed for hall bookings) 
COVID Nov 27 2020 Restrictions


Sundance Beach is included with Leduc County, which is included in the Edmonton Area on the Alberta Health Services map.

The Summer Village is committed to ensuring the public's health and safety, and is following Alberta Health Services' recommendations to further support provincial efforts to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus COVID-19.

Here is a link to Alberta COVID 19 public health orders and legislation.

Some items in particular to be aware of:   

The Summer Village office re-opens to the public on September 2, 2020.

Office Guidlines Sundance - COVID-19 N


Here is a daily health checklist to help determine if you should come in to the office.


The Summer Village has partially activated its Emergency Coordination Centre to plan and prepare for COVID-19.

Travel to summer homes, cabins and cottages within Alberta is permitted.
Those choosing to travel within the province are reminded to consider local community guidelines and the health and safety of small communities.
If planning a trip of this kind, prepare for minimal stops by packing food and stopping only if necessary.
Albertans should not travel to summer homes outside the province.

Alberta Health Services has compiled a tool kit to help people with the mental health challenges of this pandemic.
You can download that tool kit by choosing this link. 

Isolation rules:

For the most current rules, see the Government of Alberta website: https://www.alberta.ca/isolation.aspx

More Information


For more information, please visit our Pigeon Lake Regional Emergency Management website: https://www.pigeonlakeemergencyagency.ca