Appointment to Town Boards/Committees Application Form

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Applications are now closed.

Morinville boards and committees are comprised of Council representative, members of public and organization/group representatives. Each year, Town Council appoints members of our community to serve on municipal boards and committees. This is a wonderful opportunity for residents to take part in the decision making process on issues that affect our Town.

Generally, Council representatives serve one-year terms and members of public and organization/group representatives serve three-year terms (unless otherwise directed by bylaw or Council resolution). Members can be reappointed for successive terms. Recruitment takes place every Fall for terms that take effect November 1.

All applications will be reviewed and candidates will be invited to attend an interview on the evening of October 3 or 5, 2023.

Applications are now closed. Please call 780-939-4361 for any questions or concerns.

2023 Openings

Assessment Review Board (One) member of public vacancy
Handles appeals with respect to assessments conducted on property within the Municipality.

  • 3-year term
  • Meets as required by the receipt of appeals (typically September-October)

Community Services Advisory Committee (One) organization/group representative vacancy
Acts in an advisory capacity to Council on matters pertaining to the social well-being of our residents in Sport and Recreation; Family and Community Support Services; and Culture and Events.

  • 3-year term
  • Meets monthly for approximately 2 hours per month

Morinville Public Library Board (Two) members of public vacancy
Carries out direction as stated in the Library Act. Organizes, promotes and maintains comprehensive and efficient library services.

  • 3-year term
  • Meets monthly for approximately 3 hours per month

Subdivision and Development Appeal Board (Four) members of public vacancy
Hears appeals following decisions of the Planning Commission or Development Officer regarding development permits and subdivision applications.

  • 2-year term
  • Meets as required by the receipt of appeals.


Morinville boards and committees are comprised of Council representative, members of public and organization/group representatives. Each year, Town Council appoints members of our community to serve on municipal boards and committees. This is a wonderful opportunity for residents to take part in the decision making process on issues that affect our Town.

Generally, Council representatives serve one-year terms and members of public and organization/group representatives serve three-year terms (unless otherwise directed by bylaw or Council resolution). Members can be reappointed for successive terms. Recruitment takes place every Fall for terms that take effect November 1.

All applications will be reviewed and candidates will be invited to attend an interview on the evening of October 3 or 5, 2023.

Applications are now closed. Please call 780-939-4361 for any questions or concerns.

2023 Openings

Assessment Review Board (One) member of public vacancy
Handles appeals with respect to assessments conducted on property within the Municipality.

  • 3-year term
  • Meets as required by the receipt of appeals (typically September-October)

Community Services Advisory Committee (One) organization/group representative vacancy
Acts in an advisory capacity to Council on matters pertaining to the social well-being of our residents in Sport and Recreation; Family and Community Support Services; and Culture and Events.

  • 3-year term
  • Meets monthly for approximately 2 hours per month

Morinville Public Library Board (Two) members of public vacancy
Carries out direction as stated in the Library Act. Organizes, promotes and maintains comprehensive and efficient library services.

  • 3-year term
  • Meets monthly for approximately 3 hours per month

Subdivision and Development Appeal Board (Four) members of public vacancy
Hears appeals following decisions of the Planning Commission or Development Officer regarding development permits and subdivision applications.

  • 2-year term
  • Meets as required by the receipt of appeals.