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Joining a Committee

The Town of Okotoks encourages residents to get involved in the community by participating on one of Council's Boards, Committees or Commissions.

The time requirement as a board or committee member varies based on the board - some meet twice a month while others only meet as required. The length of each meeting can also vary significantly.  Appointment terms range from 1 to 3 years; youth positions are generally one year (school term). 

Your attendance at meetings is important so when considering a board to apply for, please ensure it is one that will fit your schedule. You will be expected to participate in the meetings by offering views, voting and advising Council.  To ensure that confidentiality and ethical standards are maintained, citizens appointed to a board, committee or commission will be required to sign the Town of Okotoks Code of Conduct.  

Council considers citizen appointments to boards and committees on an annual basis in the fall; however, vacancies also occasionally arise during the year.  Annual appointments and vacancies are advertised in the local paper and posted on this website.  Applications are accepted on a continuous basis and kept on file should a vacancy occur.  

Please complete the application below if you are applying for the first time:

New Member Application


Please complete the application below if you are a current member requesting reappointment:

Reappointment Application


Current Opportunities

United Way/Okotoks Partnership Committee (meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 5:30 p.m.)
The United Way/Okotoks Partnership Committee is supported by Town Council and sustains a partnership with the United Way of Calgary and area.  The committee oversees a community fundraising campaign and distributes United Way funding to eligible organizations serving residents of Okotoks and surround area.

The Town is recruiting YOUTH between the ages of 14 and 18 who attend a local school to serve on the following Committee:

Family and Community Support Services Advisory Committee - (meets the 1st Wednesday of each month at 7:00 p.m. )
The Family and Community Support Services Advisory Committee provides leadership in the identification and addressing of social issues and program delivery in order to enhance the quality of life of Town residents.

Applicants are also welcome to submit a resume or brief biography and/or letter indicating which committee you are interested in and drop-off at the Municipal Centre, 5 Elizabeth Street; mail to the Town of Okotoks, Box 20, Station Main, Okotoks, AB T1S 1K1; or email


Okotoks Municipal Centre & Council Chambers
Sun: Closed
Mon - Fri: 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Sat: Closed
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