Council

Regular Meetings


  • 10 a.m.
  • Second Wednesday of each month
  • Administration Building
    Council Chambers
    6602 - 44 Ave.
    Stettler, AB T0C 2L0
At regular council meetings, the council will discuss relevant and current policy changes; financial, administrative, and operational decisions; as well as discuss and enact bylaws and long-term plans.

Councillors also report on their activities, hear updates from administration and are host to a number of presentations each month from ratepayers, businesses, and community organizations.

The public is welcome to attend all Regular Council Meetings. You can tune in and watch Council Meetings LIVE on our You Tube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/StettlerCounty, or recordings are stored there for you to watch later!
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Special Meetings


From time to time, council needs to hold a special meeting, outside of the regular monthly meetings, to deal with urgent matters. These meetings are also open to the public and broadcast on our You Tube Channel.
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
Most Recent Agenda | View All Agendas and Minutes | Highlights

If you require meeting minutes prior to 2011, you can obtain them by contacting the County of Stettler.

Members

Current councillors are:
  • Larry Clarke, Reeve - Botha-Gadsby Ward
  • Ernie Gendre - Stettler Ward
  • Dave Grover - Big Valley Ward
  • Cheri Neitz - Erskine-Buffalo Lake Ward
Councillor Code of Conduct - Bylaw 1557-16
The intent of the County of Stettler Councillor Code of Conduct is to declare the standard of behavior and actions for County of Stettler elected officials. These standards are to ensure the highest public confidence in, and respect for, local government and interpersonal relationships, to ensure effective leadership in and through the elected Council, and to ensure Council and Councillors act with the highest level of integrity and ethical behavior.

Goals & Objectives

Every three years, council reviews its priorities and plans the upcoming term. It is important for council and administration to take some time to consider where the County of Stettler is at, and where it should be heading in terms of projects, financial commitments, and operations.