Council and Council Committee Meeting Dates

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Regular Council and Council Committee Meeting Dates can be viewed on the Community Events calendar.


Budget and Audit Committee
Kananaskis Improvement District Councillors
Councillor Robinson (Chair); Councillor Gnyp (Vice Chair)
Chief Administrative Officer
FireSmart Committee
Councillor Enns; Councillor Robinson (Alternate)

To develop, implement, and maintain a long-term FireSmart program to reduce the threat of wildfire to human life, communities, and businesses within KID within the context of existing management plans and policies.
  • Direct and lead the development and implementation of the KID Wildland/Urban Interface Plan.
  • Support FireSmart public education/awareness initiatives within KID.
  • Promote community involvement in the FireSmart program.
  • Develop and support strong partnerships between all stakeholder groups in the municipality.
  • Secure ongoing funding for FireSmart initiatives through municipal, provincial, federal and FireSmart Community Grant opportunities.
  • Identify and present priorities to KID Council for FireSmart Community Grant funding expenditures for approval.
Telecommunications Committee
Councillor Faerden; Councillor Afsar
To develop a plan for telecommunications infrastructure (i.e., connectivity and broadband) within Kananaskis Improvement District (KID), with the goal of increasing:
  • safety for visitors, residents, and businesses;
  • digital accessibility;
  • economic prosperity;
  • potential revenue sources for KID; and
  • labour attraction and retention. 
Transit Committee
Councillor Enns; Councillor Afsar
Terms of Reference

The purpose of the Transit Committee is to act as a Steering Committee for future Transit assessments and needs within Kananaskis Improvement District (KID), with the goal of: (a) increasing transportation choices primarily for visitors, and as an ancillary benefit for residents and commuting staff; (b) facilitating tourism and economic prosperity in Kananaskis while decreasing the environmental footprint in ecologically sensitive areas; (c) reducing parking congestion and human/wildlife encounters; and (d) reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

To achieve this purpose, the objectives include:

1.      Obtaining a feasibility study to evaluate implementing transit service in KID including a phased service plan;

2.      Reviewing and advising on funding options and grants;

3.      Playing an Advocacy Role with other levels of government to move this initiative forward as a priority;

4.      Liaising with other groups and individuals on transit recommendations and suggestions, and to also act as the liaison between these groups and individuals, and KID Council; and

5.      Exploring partnership options (with governments, private entities, transit commissions, First Nations communities, etc.).