Do you want to be part of a Council appointed board or committee? You will be able to provide input into decisions facing the Town of Stony Plain now and in the coming years. All boards and committees include a member of Council.


In August each year, we begin recruiting citizens to sit on Council appointed boards and committees. Council appoints new members during the Organizational Council meeting in October. Send us your application now. Applications will be accepted until all positions are filled.


You must be 18 or older and a resident of Stony Plain, unless otherwise stated. You are not eligible to sit on any Town-sponsored board or committee if you have an overdue account with the Town at the time of application.

Getting started

Review the selection policy, fill out the application form and send it us. You can also pick up an application at the Town Hall. Council will appoint qualified candidates based on recommendations from the board or committee. We will notify you by mail of Council's decision.

Citizen-at-large boards and committees

Cultural Roundtable (CRT)

The CRT provides advice on policies, programs and facilities for local arts and culture within the Town. Citizen member appointments are 2 year terms with a maximum of three consecutive terms.  The CRT includes artists, cultural stakeholders, and community residents with a passion for arts and culture.


  • 1 Indigenous representative

Stony Plain Family and Community Support Services (FCSS)

The FCSS Board is responsible for governing the FCSS program in Stony Plain. Citizen member appointments are three consecutive terms, those being two 2 year terms and a third 1 year term.


  • 1 Public member, must be a Stony Plain resident.

Municipal Planning Commission (MPC)

The MPC reviews and makes decisions on street and subdivision naming as well as development and subdivision applications. Citizen member appointments are 3 year terms with a maximum of two consecutive terms.

No Openings

Stony Plain Public Library Board

The Library Board manages, regulates and controls the Town of Stony Plain library. Citizen member appointments are 3 year terms with a maximum of three consecutive terms.


  • 1 Public member, may be a resident of Stony Plain or Parkland County.

Subdivision and Development Appeal Board (SDAB)

The SDAB hears appeals from a decision of the Subdivision Authority or Development Authority and makes decisions based on the evidence presented. Citizen member appointments are 3 year terms with a maximum of two consecutive terms.

No Openings

Tri-Municipal Leisure Facility Board

The Tri Leisure Board works to make sure the TLC is, and continues to be, a champion of community involvement in the Tri-Municipal Region.

No Openings