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Audited Financial Statements Show Strong Financial Position

Wednesday, April 27, 2022

Approved 2021 Audited Financial Statements show Rocky View County in a strong financial position due to careful fiscal management, expense savings, and revenue from increased development in the County.This past fiscal year, Rocky View County had total assets of over $159 million in cash, Read More...

Rocky View County Council Appoints Chief Administrative Officer

Tuesday, March 22, 2022

Rocky View County Council has announced the appointment of Mr. Dorian Wandzura as the new Chief Administrative Officer, assuming the role and responsibilities on May 2, 2022.Mr. Wandzura has been serving in a senior leadership capacity within both the public and private sectors for nearly 30 years. Read More...

County Residents Encouraged to Share Feedback

Monday, March 21, 2022

Rocky View County is seeking public responses through a County-wide citizen satisfaction survey, Your Say Rocky View County.The survey starts March 21 and ends April 30, 2022. During this time, all County residences will receive a Your Say Rocky View County card in the mail for their opportunity to Read More...

Council Approves 2022 Operating and Capital Budget

Thursday, January 20, 2022

Rocky View County Council has approved a 4% increase for the 2022 Operating and Capital Base Budget, following years of low or no increases.The Rocky View County operating budget is $197.3 million, with an additional $19.7 million slated for capital projects.Inflation and the rising costs of goods Read More...

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!

Thursday, December 23, 2021

Christmas means different things for each of us. In a year when ‘normal’ and ‘routine’ have been anything but, the approaching holiday season may feel like a very welcome traditional time charged with a renewed sense of meaning.Many of us have found the changes and restrictions this year have Read More...

Council Announces Change to Acting CAO

Wednesday, December 15, 2021

On December 14, 2021, Rocky View County Council appointed Byron Riemann as acting Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) effective January 1, 2022.Speaking on behalf of Council, Mayor Don Kochan thanked current interim CAO, Kent Robinson. “Rocky View County has benefited from Mr. Robinson and his Read More...

How Are We Doing?

Monday, June 21, 2021

Rocky View County is beginning to draft its priorities and plans for 2022, and we want to hear your thoughts and ideas on County programs and services.Agriculture • Bylaw • Enforcement • Cemeteries • Economic Development • Fire • Garbage & Recycling • Parks & Trails • Policing • Recreation • Roads • Read More...

Council Appoints Interim Chief Administrative Officer

Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Rocky View County Council has appointed Kent Robinson as acting Chief Administrative Officer (CAO).Mr. Robinson has over 35 years of experience in a number of key leadership roles with Rocky View County, and currently serves as the municipality’s Executive Director of Corporate Services.The Read More...

Council Accepts CAO’s Resignation

Friday, April 9, 2021

Rocky View County Council has announced it has accepted the resignation of current Chief Administrative Officer Al Hoggan, effective Tuesday, April 13.On April 1, Mr. Hoggan gave Council three months’ notice of his intent to leave his position to pursue a leadership opportunity with another Read More...

Province Turns Down Specialized Municipality Status

Thursday, March 25, 2021

Alberta Municipal Affairs has declined to endorse Rocky View County’s application for Specialized Municipality status, stating that the rules of the existing Municipal Government Act should be sufficient to manage the County’s needs.Specialized Municipality status has only ever been granted to six Read More...

Message from Chief Administrative Officer Al Hoggan

Wednesday, December 23, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically altered many facets of life for the residents and business community of Rocky View County. The pandemic also demonstrated how our community can pull together to help each other, and to protect the health of our friends, family, and neighbours.Earlier this year, Read More...

Council Approves 2021 Budget

Thursday, December 3, 2020

Rocky View County Council has approved a one-half percent increase for the 2021 operating and capital budget, following on this year’s 3% tax decrease.The impacts of COVID-19, downloaded costs from the province, and continuing challenges in Alberta’s oil patch will see County revenue drop by an Read More...

County Hall Closed to Public due to COVID

Thursday, December 3, 2020

County Hall will be closed to public access as of December 7 and until further notice. We are available by telephone and email. Contact your service department directly by calling 403-230-1401 or email questions@rockyview.ca.Throughout the pandemic, the County has demonstrated a focus on maintaining Read More...

County Ends Current Cost Sharing Agreement with School Boards

Monday, November 30, 2020

Rocky View County is ending a 1998 agreement with area school boards that saw the boards automatically benefit from the proceeds generated from County municipal reserve land.Under Alberta’s Municipal Government Act, a portion of the land in a development, or an equivalent cash payment, must be given Read More...

Draft 2021 Budget

Thursday, November 19, 2020

The draft of Rocky View County’s 2021 Budget, which calls for a 0% tax increase next year following a 3% reduction this year, is now available for review. If you have any comments about the budget we want to hear from you.If you have questions or comments please send them by email to Read More...

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