Community engagement opportunities

Airdrie citizens are encouraged to voice their opinions, thoughts and ideas about city services and our community. Residents are welcome to attend Council meetings, open forums and participate in surveys that let Council members know what you are thinking on a number of topics.

Community participation is always encouraged during Council Public Question Period and any Public Hearings.

 

Policing town hall

Airdrie RCMP and Airdrie Municipal Enforcement will be hosting a Policing Town Hall on Tuesday, March 15, 2022 at 6 p.m. in Council Chambers, as an opportunity for residents to provide input on their concerns relating to community safety and policing.

This consultation will assist City Council, the RCMP and the Municipal Police Advisory Board in identifying policing priorities for 2022 - 2023.

Please submit your questions to kairdrieservices@rcmp-grc.gc.ca no later than Wednesday, March 9, 2022. 

Policing Town Hall
Council Chambers, City Hall
Tuesday, March 15, 2022 at 6 p.m.

 

Other ways to engage with the City of Airdrie

Initiative-based surveys
We utilize surveys developed in-house and through collaborations with consultants to determine how our residents feel about particular issues. In 2014, we conducted surveys on recycling, snow and ice removal and curbside organics recycling. These survey results are presented in Council meetings.

In addition, each January the City of Airdrie conducts a telephone and web Citizen Satisfaction Survey. If you receive a call for the survey, we hope you'll take the time to respond and let us know how you feel about the services the City provides.

Council meetings
Council meetings are held on the first and third Mondays of each month in Council Chambers at City Hall. If the Monday is a statutory holiday, the meeting will be held on Tuesday. Council agendas are posted the Thursday evening before the meeting. More information about upcoming meetings and agendas can be found here. Residents are always encouraged to participate, especially during Public Question Period.

Community Needs Assessment
Every three years Community Services polls Airdrie citizens, to assist the City in completing a Community Needs Assessment (CNA). The CNA helps us to identify the nature of Airdrie – our strengths and areas of need, and provides us with a tool for future community planning and direction. The survey asks about community services, arts, culture, recreation and sport facilities and development or improvement funding.

Master planning documents 
Airdrie has a number of master planning documents that have been developed over the years, with citizen input. These include the Airdrie City Plan, Transportation Master Plan, Airdrie Fire Department Master Plan, Great Places Master Plan, and the AirdrieONE Sustainability Plan.

 

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