Today Council held two meetings.
Council passed a bylaw establishing a 60m building setback from the Bow River for homes built in the Van Horn neighbourhood.
Committee of the Whole
Council heard briefings on the following:
- The Canmore Public Library’s executive director updated council on the library’s activities and successes over the past year. To see the library’s annual report visit https://www.canmorelibrary.ab.ca/About-Us/Canmore-Public-Library/Annual-Reports.
- A study of the Lower Silvertip Wildlife Corridor, including an analysis of the corridor’s functionality and recommendation for next steps has been carried out. To read the study go to D1a on page 14 of https://canmore.ca/documents/4250-2020-11-17-cow-agenda
- Administration is seeking proposals from contracted service providers to carry out a review of the Canmore Community Monitoring Report. To read past monitoring reports visit https://canmore.ca/town-hall/community-statistics/local-economy
- All in-person public engagement was suspended due to COVID-19. With restrictions limiting how many people can be in the same room, gathering public input requires a much different approach from our in-person events of the past. To give our community an interactive and convenient way to provide input community issues from the comfort of your home, we have launched our new online public participation website at www.MyCanmore.ca
Go to the meeting agenda package to read any of the above reports as well as these regular features:
- Councillor Updates – a monthly report on the activities of individual councillors
- Service Area Reports – each department provides a summary of operational activities
- Council Resolution Action List – direction given by Council to administration
You can also see a video of the presentations at https://canmore.ca/town-hall/town-council/council-minutes-agendas