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Legislative Reports and Agreements

Documents and Reports

Legislative Reports and Agreements

Westlock County Strategic Plan 2019 – 2024


2018 – 2021 Strategic Priorities Plan

Your County Council was elected in October 2017 with a mandate of change and improvement.  We view a strategic priorities plan as one method for creating a new understanding of what success and accountability look like in Westlock County for years to come.  We exist in a dynamic and ever-changing environment and recognize the need to not only implement plans and strategies such as this, but also invite public feedback and to reassess this plan periodically to ensure this framework provides us the best opportunity to make Westlock County an even stronger and more thriving place to live, play and do business.


Lou Hall, Reeve

Municipal Inspection

The municipal inspection of Westlock County; Ministerial Order No. MSL:007/17 was issued February 21, 2017 and interview process by Strategic Steps Inc. was completed April 20, 2017.

Thank you to all that participated. 

Westlock Regional Collaboration Study

The Westlock Regional Collaboration Study commenced in August 2016 by Transitional Solutions Inc., for the Town of Westlock, Village of Clyde and Westlock County.  The goal of the Municipalities is to optimize their collective resources through collaboration to ensure the Region’s growth and long-term viability while ensuring effective and efficient service delivery for our residents.

Integrated Community sustainability Plan (ICSP)

In May 2005, the New Deal for Cities and Communities (NDCC) between Canada and Alberta was signed to transfer federal gas tax funding to Alberta municipalities. Subsequently, each Alberta municipality was invited to join this program and signed an agreement with the Province of Alberta outlining the requirements and benefits under the program.

As part of the agreement, municipalities were required to develop an Integrated Community Sustainability Plan (ICSP) by 2009. This long-range plan has four dimensions – environmental, cultural, social and economic – to be developed through public consultation and will provide direction to their Multi-Year Capital Infrastructure Plan.