The Town of Stony Plain is beginning its annual recruitment of residents to participate on multiple Council-appointed advisory boards. These boards and committees provide information, advice, and recommendations to Council and Administration on important issues facing Stony Plain. Each board also includes a member of Council.

“We’re looking for residents with a variety of backgrounds and interests,” says Mayor William Choy. “Whether you’re looking to promote local arts and culture, or to have your say on development in Stony Plain, there’s a board and a position that’s a great fit for you.”

The Town is currently recruiting to fill volunteer positions on the following boards:

  • Cultural Roundtable (CRT): The CRT assists in decision-making toward strengthening cultural vitality in Stony Plain.
  • Subdivision & Development Appeal Board (SDAB): The SDAB is an administrative tribunal that hears and makes decisions on appeals related to Stop Orders, Development and Subdivisions.
  • Stony Plain Public Library Board: The Stony Plain Public Library Board manages, regulates, and controls the municipal library.
  • Tri Municipal Leisure Facility Board (TLC): The TLC Board works to ensure the TLC is and continues to be a champion of community involvement in the Tri-Municipal Region.
  • Family and Community Support Services (FCSS) Board: The FCSS Board governs the FCSS program in Stony Plain to enrich a strong, healthy, connected community.

“Joining a council-appointed board is a great way to make your voice heard and have your say,” says Town Manager Tom Goulden. “This is an opportunity for residents to get involved in what’s going on in their community and contribute to decisions that will impact Stony Plain now and in the future.”

To see information about the various positions including term length and eligibility criteria or to get your application form, visit www.stonyplain.com/boards. Please submit your application form via email to c.michaud@stonyplain.com, fax to 780.963.2197, or drop off at Town Office by September 4, 2020.

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