Committees, Commission, Boards and Authorities

Council has established several Committees, Commissions, Boards and Authorities to help conduct a large amount of City business. These bodies are established in accordance with the Municipal Government Act, and can be categorized as follows:

Legislated


These are committees that exist due to legislative requirements. Although each of these committees is established by municipal by-law (or resolution) there are other statutory requirements that must be taken into consideration. Within the City of Camrose, these include: The Subdivision and Development Appeal Board, Assessment Review Board, Camrose Police Commission and Camrose Library Board.

Advisory Standing Committees


These committees are created by Council to provide advice or guidance on specific municipal initiatives. The City of Camrose has established several advisory committees including the Green Action Committee, Camrose Airport Commission, the Social Development Committee, and the Community Transit Advisory Committee. 
 

Ad Hoc Committees


Ad Hoc committees serve a specific purpose for a predetermined length of time, or for the duration of a project. Once the task is complete, an ad hoc committee will disband. An example of an ad hoc committee is the Camrose Nordic Commemorative Committee.

External Community Committees


Not a municipal committee, Council will appoint City representatives to serve on external committees throughout the community. An example of an external committee is the Camrose Regional Exhibition. 
 

Council Appointments to Committees, Commissions, Boards and Authorities


Volunteer Opportunities


 
The City of Camrose is currently seeking adult residents to serve as Members at Large on the following Boards and Committees:
  • City of Camrose Ad-Hoc Nordic Commemorative Committee (5 Members)  The purpose of the Ad-Hoc Nordic Commemorative Committee is to work with the City of Camrose Community Services Department to develop optional concept plans for the development of a commemorative site to recognize the history of Nordic Sport in the City of Camrose.  It is a temporary committee that will dissolve once concept plans have been created and presented to City Council.  The goal is to have the plans presented to Council within one year of the inception of the committee.  The Committee meets once a month or as deemed necessary.
  • Camrose Police Commission (1 Member) The Camrose Police Commission oversees the Police Service by allocating funds that are provided by Council, establishing policies, issue instructions, as necessary to the Police Chief in respect to the policies and to ensure that sufficient persons are employed for the Police Services for the purposes of carrying out the functions of the Police Service.  The Camrose Police Commission meets monthly.  

     

    Volunteering 


    There are a number of ways for Camrose residents to get involved in shaping their community. Volunteering to serve is a great way to be actively involved in local government and to represent your community and requires a variety of time commitments.

    Meetings are held monthly or as required and the meeting dates/times are dependent on the requirements. Typically Members at Large are appointed for terms of up to three years. 
     

    Apply


    An application can be submitted in person at City Hall, by fax 780.672.2469, online, or by emailing Legislative Services. Applications are accepted throughout the year.
      
    Committee, Commission, Board, Authority

Camrose Police Commission

Appointment


 For more information on the appointment process please review the following policies.

Committee, Commission, Board, Authority
Camrose Police Commission
For further information on the Committees, Commission, Boards and Authorities, please contact City Hall at 780.672.4426 or email Legislative Services at legservices@camrose.ca.