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There is a wealth of sights to see and experiences to be had in Stony Plain. Use this Guide to help plan your trip.
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Citizen-advisory boards and committees
Council-appointed boards and committees provide information, advice and recommendations to Council and administration on important issues. In August each year, the annual recruitment for public members who wish to sit on these boards begins. This is an excellent opportunity for you to provide input into the decisions facing the Town - both now and in the coming years.
All boards and committees include a member of Council. Council also appoints task forces and other committees or working groups from time to time to investigate particular issues.
Presently, there are openings available on the following boards or committees:
Cultural Roundtable (2 Openings)
1 Amateur or Professional Artist (Stony Plain Resident)
1 Indigenous Representative
Family & Community Support Services Board (4 Openings)
3 Public Members (Stony Plain Residents)
1 Public Member (Parkland County Resident)
Municipal Planning Commission (1 Opening)
1 Public Member (Stony Plain Resident)
Stony Plain Public Library Board (3 Openings)
3 Public Members (Stony Plain or Parkland County Residents)
Subdivision & Development Appeal Board (3 Openings)
3 Public Members (Stony Plain Residents)
Applications will be accepted until September 17, 2018.
Council-appointed citizen at large boards and committees
Cultural Roundtable (CRT)
The Cultural Roundtable works to develop a cooperative, consistent approach to cultural vitality in the community. This advisory committee provides advice on policy, programs and facilities for local arts and culture functions within Stony Plain.
Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) Board
This 10-member board is responsible for the development and provision of Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) programs. The board consists of one member of Council (and an alternate), up to eight and a minimum of five citizens-at-large from Stony Plain and up to two and a minimum one citizen of Parkland County. Appointments are three consecutive terms, those being two 2-year terms and a third 1-year term.
Municipal Planning Commission (MPC)
The Municipal Planning Commission reviews and makes decisions on development and subdivision applications and advises Council on amendments to the Land Use Bylaw. Meetings are held the third Tuesday of the month in Council Chambers and are open to the public.
The Stony Plain Public Library Board manages, regulates and controls the municipal library in accordance with the Town's Library Bylaw. The board consists of 10 members, with at least four members from Stony Plain and four or less members from Parkland County.Subdivision and Appeal Board (SDAB)
The Subdivision and Development Appeal Board (SDAB) is a quasi-judicial board established under the Alberta Municipal Government Act. It is a tribunal, consisting of seven members, three of which must be a Councillor. The remaining members must be residents of Stony Plain. The SDAB hears appeals from a decision of the Subdivision Authority or the Development Authority and renders decisions based on the evidence presented. Citizen members are appointed for a term of up to three years, and no member can serve more than three consecutive terms.
Who is eligible?
You must be 18 or older and a resident of Stony Plain, unless otherwise indicated. You will not be eligible to sit on any Town-sponsored board or committee if you have an account in arrears to the Town at the time of application.
What is the selection process?
You must submit an application to the Legislative Services Coordinator. Council will appoint qualified candidates based on the recommendations from the board or committee. All applicants will be notified of Council's decision by mail.
Who do I contact for more information?Christina Michaud
Legislative Services Coordinator