Call for Committee Members

Call for Committee Members

 Click the Image above to download an application form.

Click the Image above to download an application form.

The Town of Cardston is currently seeking for twelve (12) volunteers from the community for serve as members at large on one standing committee, and two ad-hoc committees:

The Truth and Reconciliation Advisory Committee will be tasked with advising Council on how to best implement the calls to action from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada that specifically apply to local governments. Read the bylaw linked above for details.

To address the issue of nuisance deer in the Town of Cardston, three members at large who live within the boundaries of the Town of Cardston are needed to serve on the Nuisance Deer Advisory Ad Hoc Committee. 

The purpose of the Advisory Committee shall be to bring recommendations to Council on dealing with nuisance deer within the Town of Cardston limits. The Committee will be asked to look at specific problem areas, identify mitigation methods, and to develop resources for the community members specifically and the Town collectively.
The Committee shall exist for no longer than 18 months, and shall at the conclusion of the committee, bring forward the findings and recommendations to Town Council.
The Advisory Committee shall make reports to the Town Council from time to time as requested.

To explore the possibility of establishing a recreation facility within the Town of Cardston, four members at large are required for the Recreation Facility Exploration Ad Hoc Committee.

 The mandate of this committee will be to:

  • Research and assess the need within the Town for a recreational facility. Recreation is described in a broad sense that encompasses sport, arts and culture, general leisure programs, festivals and community events.

  • Identity the special interest groups and stakeholders within the Town and surrounding district that would benefit from a recreation facility in the Town.

  • Identify potential locations for the construction of a recreational facility at minimal initial and ongoing expenditure to the tax payer.

  • Explore funding opportunities and grants that could aid in the construction of a recreational facility.

  • Prepare a detailed report to bring forward all findings and recommendations to be presented to Council.

Interested persons are invited to fill out and submit an application form immediately. Applications will be reviewed by council at the August 14th Regular Meeting of Council during the closed portion of the meeting, after which the committee members will be selected by resolution of Council.

Click Here to download the Application Form