Council 2021-2025 Mission Statement
“PROGRESSIVE LEADERSHIP SHAPING A STRONG, SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY.”
Meet your Council, view committee appointments and council expenses.
Access Council meeting agendas and minutes, request to appear as a delegation, or watch Council meetings online. Council highlights are posted to this page following each meeting.
If you would like to appear before Council at a regular Council meeting, please submit a completed Request to Appear as a Delegation Form to the Town Office.
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Councillor meetings with the private sector on matters that would require a Council decision are subject to the Elected Official Meeting with Private Sector Policy.
Communicating with Council
Guide to Council-Staff Communications, (with helpful tips for the public, too!)
Understand the separate but essential roles of governance and operations within the Town of Rocky Mountain House as a corporate body.
Agreement for the Town of Rocky Mountain House, Clearwater County and Caroline to follow when working together on projects within the area.
Community Grant Policy
The Town of Rocky Mountain House has established a Community Grant Program to provide financial assistance towards projects or events that are community-driven, to enhance and enrich the Town of Rocky Mountain House. Locally-based, registered non-profit organizations are encouraged to apply.
Large grant applications - up to $5,000 - are considered twice a year. Applications should be received by March 31 or Sept. 30 for spring and fall intakes.
Small grant applications - up to $500 - are considered upon request.
Council approved the 2022 budget at its January 18, 2022 regular Council meeting. The budget is one of the most important documents that Council approves. It provides Council’s direction on spending for the coming and future years and allows administration to implement Council’s directed service levels for the municipality.
The $22 million 2022 operating budget includes revenues of $9.1 million from property taxation and $2.79 million in operating grants. Service and user fees (including utilities), permits and licenses, leases and rentals make up the balance of revenue.
Operating expense highlights include $3.7 million for protective services, $4.7 million for utilities, $2.1 million for engineering and operations and $3.9 million for recreation, parks and culture.
The cost of governance (Council) is budgeted at $372,813 or 1.6 per cent of the operating budget.