Devon has a dedicated group of individuals who support their fellow residents and provide community leadership. Town boards are an opportunity for the public to become involved with municipal government and town activities. The boards meet on a monthly and/or as needed basis. Board recruitment takes place annually in the the fall, with board members appointed November 1 of each year.
The Town of Devon is recruiting for the following volunteer boards:
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DPL Board meets 3rd Thursday of every month, 7 pm.
The board consists of 7 members, which have full management and control of the Devon Public Library as per The Alberta Libraries Act Chapter L-11. In accordance with the regulations, the board's mandate is to organize, promote, and maintain comprehensive and efficient library services in the municipality. Board members duties include preparing yearly budgets, keeping accounts, establishing by-laws & policies as per the Act. Training is provided, including an opportunity to attend a full day workshop put on by the Alberta Library Trustees Association that provides good overview of the responsibilities and duties of a library board member as laid out in the Libraries Act.
The Community Engagement Committee is a Standing Committee of the River Valley Alliance (RVA).
The roles and responsibilities of the Community Engagement Committee and its members are as follows:
The Community Engagement Committee consists of 18 members each appointed by their respective municipality every two years, six members from Edmonton, and two from each of the other RVA municipal stakeholders
The Community Engagement Committee meets the second Wednesday of each month from 7:30 am to 9:00 am at various locations throughout the seven municipalities. Quorum is a majority of the Community Engagement Committee members.
According to Alberta Municipal Affairs, a Subdivision and Development Appeal Board (SDAB) is a statutory body intended to perform an independent adjudicative function that hears complaints and functions like a court. It is an administrative board mandated by the Municipal Government Act and created by a municipality to carry our appropriate functions and procedures.
The SDAB hears appeals from municipal subdivision and development authorities. SDAB decisions shape the community and affect the lives of developers, neighbours, citizens and businesses. It is important that the public have confidence in the quality of these decisions and the decision making process.