To read the News Release, please click here.

We need your input!


The Town has created a preliminary Draft Public Participation Policy for discussion purposes only.  The intent of the policy is to provide greater clarity around how and when the Town will invite citizen participation in municipal decision-making processes.  This includes the types of circumstances or decisions on which the Town will engage citizens in decision-making processes and the types of approaches the Town will use to involve the public.

The Town engages citizens in a variety of ways to invite input on decision-making processes for a wide range of topics and issues.  Some of the types of public participation opportunities provided to citizens include:

  • Council Advisory Committees (Parks, Culture and Recreation Advisory Committee, Police Advisory Committee, Heritage and Downtown Revitalization Committee and more)
  • Coffee with Council events
  • Online and paper surveys
  • Open Houses
  • Public Hearings
  • The opportunity to address Council during the Public Forum at the start of every Council meeting and more.

To view the preliminary Draft Public Participation Policy, please CLICK HERE.


Citizen Survey and Comment Form


The Town values public participation in its decision-making processes because citizen input contributes to better decisions and policies to better serve the community. As we work toward establishing an approved Public Participation Policy, we are inviting citizens to review the Draft Policy and to answer some questions in online citizen Survey and Comment Form.

To complete the online Citizen Survey and Comment Form, please CLICK HERE.

Once we have gathered citizen input on the preliminary Draft Public Participation Policy, we will review and consider that input as we work toward finalizing an approved policy later this summer.  We will report back to citizens on the new policy once it is approved.  Thank you for your input.


To read the News Release, and to view Bylaw 399-18 and related maps, please click the links below.


News Release, April 16, 2018

Bylaw 399-18

Light and Heavy Industrial Zone Map 1

Light and Heavy Industrial Zone Map 2


Ponoka's Police Advisory Committee is inviting input from local citizens in order to best serve the community in 2018.

To read the News Release issued by the Committee on March 28, 2018, please CLICK HERE


To complete the Citizen Survey created by the Police Advisory Committee, please CLICK HERE

To view an Information Brochure to learn more about the Police Advisory Committee, please CLICK HERE