These seven members are committed to making Drumheller a better place to live, work and visit.
Their vision, mission and values are included in the Strategic Business Plan.
Council is the governing body of the municipal corporation and in accordance with the Municipal Government Act (MGA) is assigned powers, duties and functions.
Council can exercise their powers either by bylaw or resolution passed at a regular or special meeting when a quorum is present.
This section consists of the following areas:
- Top 10 Things You Didn't Know About Your Councillors;
- Board and Committee Appointments;
- Council meetings;
- Published Agenda;
- Council Meeting Minutes, and;
- Regular Council Meeting Video Archives.
The Town Council is a continuing body, notwithstanding changes of members, through the election process every four years.
Council is responsible for establishing policy directions, monitoring and evaluating the implementation of programs, and authorizing the revenue collection and expenditures required to fund the Town's operations.
While Mayor and Council are responsible for policy making, municipal staff are responsible for translating policy into action and delivery of municipal services.