Saddle Hills Council meets regularly to discuss and decide upon matters of relevance to to County residents, businesses and industry according to the Alberta Municipal Government Act.
Similar to most Alberta municipalities, Saddle Hills County provides services and operations as determined by policies, priorities and programs established by the elected Council.
Council is responsible for providing overall governance for our community including establishing municipal service levels, approving the annual budget and local taxation levels. Council has seven members and is headed by the Reeve. The Reeve is the Chief Elected Officer (CEO) and is elected from within Council. It is the Reeve's responsibility to chair all Council meetings and speak on behalf of Council and the community.
Council provides direction to its Administration through the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO). The CAO is responsible for the overall administration of the County and for advising and making recommendations to Council on matters concerning the municipality.
Wish to appear as a delegation at a council meeting? Please fill out the following delegation form and return it to the Saddle Hills County Complex: Application to appear as a delegation.
Welcome from the Reeve
On behalf of Saddle Hills County Council I would like to welcome you to our website and thank you for your interest.Together with administration we are diligently working to provide quality services for our residents and ratepayers. Since becoming a county in 1995, we have been able to improve our County's infrastructure and increase service levels while maintaining tax advantages. We will aim to continue to preserve the Saddle Hills way of life and improve services in order to ensure a bright and prosperous future.
Once again, thank you for your visit and should you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact myself, any member of council or administration.
Reeve Alvin Hubert
Photo by Denise van Rootselaar. October 2015.