Hamlet of Mt. Lorne

Located on the South Klondike Highway in Yukon's Southern Lakes Region in the Traditional Territory of the Carcross/Tagish First Nation, Kwanlin Dün First Nation, and Ta’an Kwäch’än Council 

Mt. Lorne Community Services

Governance, Recreation, Emergency Service, Waste Management

Lorne Mountain LAC


Mt. Lorne Local Advisory Council (LAC or Council) mtlorne@northwestel.net The Hamlet of Mt. Lorne was established in 1990 and the first Local Advisory Council (LAC) was elected. 



Lorne Mt. Community Association (LMCA) Sports, Recreation and Arts Programming. Facilities Rental. LMCA is registered society formed in 1985 to serve the social and recreational needs of what is now the Hamlet of Mt. Lorne 

Mount Lorne Fire Department


Mt. Lorne Volunteer Fire Department (MLVFD) One of 16 volunteer fire departments that fall under the jurisdiction of the Yukon’s Fire Marshal Office (FMO), a Protective Services Branch of Yukon Government.  

Mount Lorne Dump


Mt. Lorne Transfer Station (TS) The purpose of the Mount Lorne Transfer Station is to deal with waste in a responsible manner. 

Draft Emergency Plan for the Hamlet of Mt. Lorne

The Emergency Planning Committee has completed a draft Emergency Plan for the community which you can access via the link found below. You can comment directly on the PDF file (use the PDF comment feature) provided in the link. Or you can come to the May 4th event (12:00 to 4:00 pm) at the community centre and talk directly to members of the committee. The committee is made up of representatives from the Local Advisory Council, Community Association, Volunteer Fire Department, and local residents.