Census and Elections
Municipal Election 2017
The next City of St. Albert Municipal Election will be held on October 16, 2017 and Nomination Day will be September 18, 2017.
Commencing January 1, 2014, changes to the Local Authorities Election Act require all candidates intending to run in the next municipal election to register with the municipality prior to accepting campaign contributions.
If you intend to run as a candidate in the 2017 Municipal Election, prior to accepting campaign contributions, please complete both the Form 3A - Application for Registration of Notice of Intent to Become a Candidate for Municipal Office and the Consent to Disclose Candidate’s Intention to Run for an Office in the 2017 Municipal Election form and submit both of them to Legislative Services, City of St. Albert, Third Floor, St. Albert Place, 5 St. Anne Street.
The following individuals have submitted an Application for Registration of Notice of Intent to Become a Candidate for Municipal Office for the October 16, 2017 election:
- Natalie Joly
- Catherine Heron
- Craig Cameron
Potential candidates can obtain more information about running for office by reviewing these resources:
- Local Authorities Election Act, RSA, 2000 (see Section 147 of Part 5.1 Municipal Election Finance and Contribution Disclosures for key candidate information).
- Alberta Municipal Affairs website
- Alberta Education website
The Election Office will be holding a Candidate Information Session and is planning to offer the session twice. The session will be offered for the first time on May 11, 2017. The same session will be offered a second time in late August or early September 2017.
Visit our website often to see updated information, as well the above websites will be updated often as we move forward to Election Day.
Chris Belke, Chief Legislative Officer
5 St. Anne Street, St. Albert, AB, T8N 3Z9
The final results of the City of St. Albert’s 2016 Municipal Census show the population is now 64,645. View Census Results.
Last edited: March 22, 2017