February 19, 2021 Special Meeting of Council
I.D. 4 Council held a Special Meeting on Friday February 19, 2021 and set the 2021 general election dates as follows:
Nomination Day — Monday July 26, 10am-12pm Election Day — Monday August 23, 10am-7pm
Both events will be held at the Waterton Community Centre, 201 Cameron Falls Dr. Waterton Park.
Please see below agenda and attachments for more information on what was discussed at the meeting. The next council meeting is scheduled for March 19 at 1:30pm.
January 15, 2021 Council Meeting Information
The last regular council meeting for I.D. 4 was held January 15 at 1:30pm. Due to provincial COVID-19 guidelines, the meeting was held and attended electronically via Zoom meetings. If you have any questions about council meetings, please contact Abe Tinney at firstname.lastname@example.org. Below you will find links for the January 15 agenda and some of the items on the agenda.
- November 20, 2020 Council Minutes (DRAFT)
- Financial Report
- 2021 Election Discussion
- Delegation Policy (DRAFT)
- ICF: Cardston County (DRAFT)
- Council Correspondence
I.D. 4 Waterton and COVID-19
In accordance with AHS guidelines, I.D. 4 strongly recommends wearing masks and physical distancing when in public spaces.
When you plan your visit to Waterton, bring masks with you for your personal use while you’re here. Please take them away with you or dispose of them properly before you leave.
Thank you for your hard work and sacrifices made to keep Waterton residents, visitors and staff safe.
July 12, 2020
I.D 4 Council supports all Alberta Health and Canadian Government COVID-19 recommendations and precautions. We particularly encourage our residents and ratepayers, as well as all people travelling to Waterton, to practice provincial physical distancing guidelines when shopping, hiking and otherwise taking in all that Waterton has to offer.
Please go to the Alberta Health Services website for up-to-date information on how to protect yourself and others.
Lastly, please enjoy the Park in a safe and responsible manner.
If you have any further questions about how the I.D. is approaching the COVID-19 pandemic call Abe Tinney, the I.D. administrator, at 403 -752-3322 (ext 1007), or email at email@example.com.
Council Meetings To Resume at the Waterton Community Centre
July 10, 2020
The next council meeting will be held at the Waterton Community Centre Friday September 18th at 1:30pm. You can view the agenda here.
The public is welcome to attend these meetings, but physical distancing measures will be in place and we are asking anyone with COVID-19 symptoms to stay home and self-quarantine. Please go to the Alberta Health Services website for current information on how to protect yourself and others. If you have any questions about the agenda or council meetings, please contact Abe Tinney via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone (403) 752 3322 (Ext. 1007).
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Election officials received five nominations during the nomination period for the 2018 ID 4 election, and all five nominees were acclaimed to the position of Councillor. Consequently, there was no municipal election.
Your Council is comprised of Jody Thaell, Brian Baker, Ken Black, Barney Reeves and Tim Lauscher. Jody Thaell is the Chief Elected Official, and Ken Black is the Deputy Chief Elected Official. The Council term expires in October 2021. Learn More
Did you know that the MGA will require municipal elected officials to be offered training within 30 days after election? The EOEP is your go-to place for meeting this mandatory requirement for elected official training! Learn More
2020 Council Meetings
- January 17, 2020 @ 1:30 PM
- March 30, 2020* @ 1:30 PM
- May 15, 2020 @ 1:30 PM
- July 17, 2020 @ 1:30 PM
- September 18, 2020 @ 1:30 PM
- November 20, 2020 @ 1:30 PM
*Due to COVID-19, Meetings will be held electronically. Please contact Abe Tinney (email@example.com) if you wish to attend, or with any questions.
Usual Residents 108
Shadow Population 405
Seasonal Population 536
Uncontacted Dwellings 5
Total Private Dwellings (includes dwellings attached to businesses) 182Learn More
Council follows a meeting agenda, and often has guest presenters. If you would like to be on the agenda of a Council meeting, please contact Abe Tinney in writing at firstname.lastname@example.org at least two weeks prior to the meeting. Council meets semi-monthly on the third Friday, but please check the website or contact Abe Tinney to confirm. From time to time the meetings have to be rescheduled.
If you are scheduled to make a presentation at a council meeting and you require IT and/or audio visual support, please make arrangements well in advance of the meeting through Maria Robinson at the WCC. She can be reached at (403)859-2042 or at email@example.com. The community centre has equipment which can be used, but it must be reserved in advance, as Maria is not in the office every day. On meeting day, please make all necessary arrangements to have equipment set up prior the commencement of the meeting. Council meets regularly the third Friday of alternate months beginning in January
If You Attend
You are most welcome to attend regular Council meetings. You may have questions or comments. After Council concludes their presentations and discussions for each agenda item, and if time allows, the Chairman will ask for questions from the floor. If the questions are for an invited guest, the Chairman will ask the guest if they wish to take questions. The acoustics are poor in the meeting rooms of the Community Centre, so being quiet and turning off devices is very important. Waterton is a global treasure that enjoys a unique, triple distinction:
• International Peace Park
• UNESCO World Heritage Site
• UNESCO Biosphere Reserve Today Waterton remains a spectacular natural wonder – a blend of unusual geology, mild climate, rare wild flowers and an abundance of wildlife. Waterton offers an “all natural” experience like no other place in the world.
This is due in large part to the people who live here that have worked to preserve and maintain its magnificence. We are passionate about our community, our wildlife, the glorious mountains and vegetation that surround us. We think you will share that passion from the moment you arrive.
Photo by Mark Goble