|Rod McDermand - Division 1
Alix, AB T0C 0B0
"To be proactive by consultation with ratepayers to bring about contemporary policies and bylaws for all residents to enhance county living and promote agriculture."
Brenda Knight - Deputy Reeve - Division 2
"To maintain a quality lifestyle for the citizens of Lacombe County through fiscal responsibility, the protection of agricultural land, planned development that recognizes the diversity of urban and rural needs and environmental concerns, and co-operation with the larger community ensuring long term sustainability for future generations."
"Learn from the past, live well in the present, forge a strong future."
Barb Shepherd - Division 3
“To engage the community and manage the business of the county in a responsible, sustainable and balanced way for residents and the environment. Our role as a public trustee is to safeguard the taxpayer's money and make the best use of financial resources. It is our duty to be responsive to those who call Lacombe County home and to the urban partners who are our neighbours.”
|Paula Law - Reeve - Division 4
"While keeping in mind the preservation of agriculture and the rural way of life, to work with individuals, agriculture, business and industry to mesh the needs and concerns of all segments of the County."
|Ken Wigmore - Division 5
Bentley, AB T0C 0J0
"To continue to build relationships with urban and rural municipalities, to develop regional recreation concepts, to expand our knowledge of development issues both inside and outside the County limits, to promote agriculture and to carry forward guidelines set out by previous councils.”
|Keith Stephenson - Division 6
Bentley, AB T0C 0J0
"I feel Lacombe County is a leader in harmonizing rural and urban life. Therefore, it is essential that we consider the needs of all residents in Lacombe County, regarding agriculture, lakeshore development, and residential, commercial or industrial properties. As the environment is always a concern, we must carefully consider how land is being developed to project our water, air and natural resources for future generations."
|Dana Kreil- Division 7
"Facing the challenge of growth head-on with good planning and public input, while maintaining our agricultural roots."
Procedural Bylaw – Bylaw No. 1135/11
On May 12, 2011, Council passed this Bylaw, which regulates procedural matters in Council and public meetings.
The document may be viewed or downloaded here.