Boards and Committees

Each year the City of Fort Saskatchewan Council appoints members of the community to its various municipal boards and committees for terms commencing in January and expiring December 31st.

Current vacancies

Fort Saskatchewan Youth Council

11 positions available

Applicants must be between the ages of 14 and 24 years of age and must be a permanent resident of the City of Fort Saskatchewan.

Download the Board and Committee Application Form


Assessment Review Board

The purpose of the Assessment Review Board is to hear and deal with complaints against assessment as received by the Assessor.

Emergency Advisory Committee (EAC)

The Emergency Advisory Committee (EAC) shall play a role in disaster and emergency situations, which may include the authorization, declaration, renewal, or termination of a state of local emergency.

Intermunicipal Relations Committee (IMRC)

The Intermunicipal Relations Committee (IMRC) ensures effective communication on municipal issues or common interests between the City of Fort Saskatchewan and Strathcona County.

Policing Committee

The purpose and role of the Policing Committee is that of a liaison which acts as a communication link between the RCMP, City Council and the community.

Public Library Board

The Public Library Board is responsible for the operation of the Public Library.

River Valley Alliance (RVA)

The River Valley Alliance (RVA) is an unincorporated advisory committee that makes recommendations on protecting, preserving and enhancing the Capital Region's river valley.

Subdivision and Development Appeal Board (SDAB)

The Subdivision and Development Appeal Board (SDAB) hears appeals from people who have been affected by a decision of the Development Authority.

Youth Council

The Fort Saskatchewan Youth Council is a Committee established by City Council and its purpose is to educate and empower youth to provide information and recommendations to Council in relation to issues that impact or involve youth.

Resources

Advisory Boards/Committees/Commissions Policy