Council Meetings for 2021 will be held semi-monthly on the 3rd Friday of the month. Meetings start at 1:30 PM and are generally held in the Waterton Community Centre. However, council is currently holding virtual meetings to reduce risks associated with COVID-19. Please contact I.D. 4 administration if you would like to attend a virtual meeting, or have questions about the meeting schedule.

2021 Meetings

  • January 15 @ 1:30 PM
  • March 19 @ 1:30 PM
  • May 21 @ 1:30 PM
  • July 16 @ 1:30 PM
  • September 17 @ 1:30 PM
  • November 19  @ 1:30 PM

Council sometimes holds Special Meetings when there are pressing matters. Special meetings are called by the Chair and agendas are published on the website. The last Special Meeting for I.D. 4 was on January 2, 2020 at the Waterton Community Centre.

Council Meetings

Council follows a meeting agenda, and often has guest presenters. If you would like to be on the agenda of a Council meeting, please see the Delegation to Council Policy and the Council Delegation Form and contact Abe Tinney  admin@id4waterton.ca to arrange a spot on the agenda. Delegation requests must be received on the Friday prior to the next council meeting.

If you are scheduled to make a presentation at a council meeting and you require IT and/or audio visual support, please make these arrangements well in advance of the meeting through Maria Robinson at the WCC. She can be reached at (403)859-2042 or at maria.m.wpca@gmail.com.  The community centre has equipment that 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.

 

If You Attend

The public is welcome to attend regular Council meetings.  After council concludes their presentations and discussions for each agenda item, and if time allows, the Chair will ask for questions from the floor. If the questions are for an invited guest, the Chair 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.

 

Council Minutes

Council is the governing body of the municipal corporation and the custodian of its legislative powers under the authority of the Municipal Government Act (MGA). Councillors exercise the powers of the municipality through decisions made at council meetings and define the policies and direction that municipal administration will put into action. Council minutes are the public record of these decisions. Please contact administration if you have any questions (admin@id4waterton.ca).

2020 Council Minutes

2019 Council Minutes

2018 Council Minutes

2017 Council Minutes

2016 Council Minutes