Lac La Biche County establishes committees and boards for the purposes of advising Council on topics like crime reduction, dealing with taxation complaints, hearing development appeals, and much more. Members of the public are invited to apply: serving on committees and boards is an excellent way to get involved in the political process and weigh-in on issues that impact the municipality.
Lac La Biche County is proud to be a diverse, healthy and safe community, and relies on the engagement of its community members, as such the County is undertaking a recruitment campaign to fill the following vacancies:
Lac La Biche Watershed Management Plan Implementation Committee - 1 Member-at-Large
The Lac La Biche Watershed Management Plan Implementation Committee was established to implement the recommendations set out in the Lac La Biche Watershed Management Plan (WMP). The committee will be compromised of stakeholder organizations and is seeking a resident Member-at-Large.
If you are a resident member of Lac La Biche County and enthusiastic about implementing the 2021 WMP goals, objectives and recommendations that aim to protect and restore the lake and watershed by leading knowledge sharing, research, policy and action, then you’re encouraged to apply as a Member-at-Large.
The Watershed Management Plan Implementation Committee Bylaw can be found here:
The Watershed Management Plan can be found here:
Lac La Biche County Economic Development Advisory Committee - Member-At-Large - 1 Seat
Application Deadline: Open until suitable candidate is found
The Lac La Biche County Economic Development Advisory Committee was established to serve in an advisory capacity to County Council. The committee will provide Lac La Biche County Council guidance on general section direction for the purpose of prioritization of policies, objectives and projects related to strategic goals and outcomes for economic development in Lac La Biche County.
The Economic Development Advisory Committee will monitor relevant planning documents and provide broad perspective feedback for updates and/or change as required, in addition to assist in opening lines of communication on economic development opportunities.
Lac La Biche County continues to seek representation for the following seat for a one (1) year term:
A copy of the Lac La Biche County Economic Development Advisory Committee Bylaw 20-039 can be found by clicking on the link below:
The Terms of Reference can be viewed at the following link:
How to Apply
If you wish to apply for the abovementioned positions, please complete a Committee Member Application Form and forward it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Access the Committee Member Selection Policy & Application Form by clicking on the link below: