Welcome to St. Albert, the Botanical Arts City!
We value our beautiful natural environment, our extensive parks and trails, our active lifestyle and our commitment to building a green and sustainable future. We have a rich heritage of arts and culture, a variety of recreational opportunities and a strong sense of community. These are some of the things that have made us one of the best places to live, work and visit.
Founded in 1861, we are the oldest non-fortified community in Alberta. For over 150 years, generations of St. Albertans have worked together to create something special on the banks of the Sturgeon River. We are now home to 64,645 residents who have worked together to create a thriving city with a small town feel.
The City of St. Albert employs a team of dedicated staff who are committed to providing residents, businesses and visitors with the programs, services and facilities they depend on. As our city continues to grow, we will incorporate the most innovative approaches while at the same time preserving those timeless qualities we value so much.
I am pleased to lead such a strong team of staff as we move toward a promising future together.
Chief Administrative Officer
My leadership style is based on the principles of trust, communications and honesty. This approach has proven to be a strong foundation for building and maintaining positive relationships. My family and I also believe in serving our community and making volunteer contributions alongside our neighbours.
I hope you spend some time on our website learning more about the services we offer and the staff who are proud to serve the residents of St. Albert. We also encourage you to visit our Facebook and Twitter sites to find information about programs, events, activities, projects and news relevant to residents, local businesses and visitors.
For administration inquiries, please call our main line at 780-459-1500, or email the City at firstname.lastname@example.org and your inquiry will be directed to the appropriate department or City representative.
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Last edited: November 12, 2019