Community Services Board
The Board is a collaborative think-tank comprised of Community Members, Administration, and Council Members that discuss community events, programs, and volunteer opportunities to enhance residents' quality of life in our community.
Board meetings are held once per month (usually the 4th Wednesday of the month from 6:00-8:00 pm) from September-June. Board members receive an honorarium of $25 per meeting.
The Community Services Board currently has vacancies for:
One (1) Youth Member
If this sounds like something that would interest you, contact the Community Services Supervisor at 780-942-4101 for more information or fill out this application below and bring in to the Community Services Office or email to email@example.com.
Deadline for applications: Open until suitable candidate is found.
Municipal Planning Commission
The purpose of the Municipal Planning Commission (MPC) is to assist the Council with orderly planning and development within the confines of the Town’s Municipal Development Plan and Land Use Bylaw. This includes reviewing Application for Development which are discretionary to the requirements of the Land Use Bylaw and for permitted uses where a relaxation or a variance of a regulation is required. Their role also includes reviewing various subdivision applications to make recommendations to the Subdivision Authority.
The Municipal Planning Commission is made up of three council representatives and two members-at-large. These two members-at-large must be residents of the Town and are appointed by council annually. The MPC carries on the duties of the Development Authority which is required through legislation.
The number of times this committee meets will generally be once per month; however, it is dependent upon the number of applications received which require their review.