County Council

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Mayor and Councillors

Lac La Biche County has a Mayor and eight Councillors representing seven wards. Two Councillors represent Ward 7, which is the hamlet of Lac La Biche. Don’t know who your Councillor is? Check the ward map to find out which ward you live in. Council meets regularly on the following days:

Special Council meetings are scheduled as the need arises and can be held any day of the week.

Presenting to Council

All Council, Public Works Committee, and Policy and Priorities Committee meetings are open to the public. For Council and Policy and Priorities Committee meetings, time is set aside during the noon hour for anyone to address Council on any topic. You do not have to pre-register. Each speaker has up to 10 minutes to speak. Anyone who needs more time to present and/or discuss an issue with Council may do so. Called a delegation request, it must be submitted in writing to Legislative Services at least six days prior to the desired meeting date. A delegation has up to 30 minutes with Council.

Council Expenses

Council members are paid a monthly honorarium and communications (phone/Internet access) allowance. Per diems are paid for attendance at meetings, conferences and other municipal activities. Expenses for travel, meals and accommodations while on County business are reimbursed according to the County’s Councillor Remuneration and Expenses Policy. Copies of an individual Council member’s detailed expense claims are available from Legislative Services.

Click here for Council's Statement of Revenues and Expenditures (updated to August 31, 2017 - unaudited).

Council Meeting Minutes

Minutes of all regular and special Council meetings plus Policy & Priorities and Public Works Committee meeting are available on-line dating back to 2008. Start your search here.

Municipal Minutes Radio Show

Every second and fourth Thursday of each month at 8:30 a.m., the mayor or a designate goes on Big Dog 103.5 FM to talk about matters of importance or interest to the community. It’s called Municipal Minutes. For current and past shows, click here.