Each year City Council appoints citizens to various committees, commissions, boards, and authorities as vacancies come up or as terms expire December 31st of each year.

City Council values the input of citizens appointed to these groups. Whether advisory, decision making, quasi-judicial, or governing, all provide citizens with an opportunity to be involved in the present and future direction of the City.


There are a number of ways that Camrose residents can 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. Residents, appointed as members at large, typically are appointed for three year terms although there are options for one or two year terms.

Volunteer Opportunities

If you are interested in serving on a Council Committee, Commission, Board or Authority, there are a number of volunteer opportunities currently available.     


Unless otherwise stated in the Council Committees Bylaw or Terms of Reference to be eligible for an appointment an applicant must be 18 years or older and a resident of the City of Camrose.

 If you are interested in applying, please visit the Committees and Boards page for information on mandates, current members, and frequency of meetings.

Applications can be submitted in person at City Hall, or email Carla Johnson at cjohnson@camrose.ca. Applications are accepted throughout the year as vacancies become available.


For more information on the appointment process, please review the following policies:

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