Get on the Grid

Be found when it matters most.

In an effort to enhance the Lesser Slave River Emergency Communications System and ensure accurate and rapid community response, everyone who lives and works within the Lesser Slave River boundaries is encouraged to provide the MD with a primary home phone number as well as at least one backup number such as a mobile or work phone number. This information will then be added to the municipal callout database, ensuring you’re contacted immediately and automatically in the event of a water line break, road closure or more critical emergency.

Take a few moments to complete the simple registration form below. Please note that the Get on the Grid program is entirely voluntary, and your contact information will never be disclosed to any third party other than emergency services personnel.

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Life, Work and Leisure in Lesser Slave River

David Thompson, an explorer, arrived at the mouth of the Lesser Slave River on April 28th, 1799, and was the first white man to see the vast Lesser Slave Lake. Thompson established a townsite thereafter called Sawridge, coming from the sawtoothed appearance of the large sand ridges along the north shoreline of the Lake. Visit the Municipal History section to learn more about our region's rich heritage.
Legendary Lesser Slave River

MD of Lesser Slave River

Just a few hours due north of Edmonton, Lesser Slave River is a truly unique place to live, work and play. From breathtaking expanses of boreal forest and unspoiled natural wonders to a thriving economy and genuine work/life balance, opportunities abound. Here you'll discover a place of rugged beauty. A place of real people. A place you'll never want to leave.

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