The Resort Village of Candle Lake is a great destination for vacationing, seasonal resort living or a community to call home so whether staying with us for a short time or long time enjoy your time with us here.
Candle Lake has a year round population of over 700 and approximately 1600 residential properties, over 500 seasonal recreational vehicle sites and 300 provincial park sites so our population can change radically during the seasons.
Candle Lake is proud to have a dedicated team of Volunteer Fire and First Responders Group, a Parks and Recreation Board, a Communities in Bloom Committee, and a Health Committee to help make this a healthy and safe community to visit and live in.
We have many active organizations including a community church, a curling rink, a seniors club and a snowmobile club who all help to make this a a fun filled community that sponsors activities for all ages.
A special Thank you to Dennis Chamberlain who has provided us the beautiful pictures that you see on our website. Check his work out at Timberland Gallery!!
There have been numerous request to have the link for the newsletter on the main page for ease of access please follow the directions below to access the current month's newletter. The current month will be listed below while previous month's will be archived on the SERVICES heading under the Parks and Recreation tab. Hope that many find this way easier to access the newsletter.
Click on the links below to access the Newsletter/Financials:
2014 Consolidated Financial Statement (Click Here)
RESORT VILLAGE OF CANDLE LAKE ROADS & YOU (Click Here)
Scheduled Council meetings commence at 9 a.m.
2015 Schedule of Council Meetings: January, at the call of the Chair with 24 hour notice to the public and a budget meeting January 30th, February 6, March 13, April 10, May 08, June 12, July 10, July 24, August 14, August 28, September 11, October 09, November 13, December 11, 2015.
Candle Lake Official Community Plan (OCP) which replaced the Basic Planning Statement October 29, 2014. The Zoning Bylaw 02/2002 is still in effect and does not contravene the policies of the OCP until such time as new zoning bylaw can be introduced.