Bruderheim prides itself on its various partnerships within the community as well as with our neighbouring municipalities, counties, and organizations. These partnerships allow for a number of services and recreational opportunities that enhance the lives of those living within the community and surrounding area.
Bruderheim and Strathcona County have a unique and close relationship. Strathcona County has provided the Town with a Chief Administratice Officer (CAO) for nearly 20 years! The Town is directly adjacent to Strathcona County and approached the County to provide the service. This relationship benefits both municipalities by providing the County with the opportunity to learn about the many challenges faced by a small municipality, while the Town benefits from the ability to access the vast expertise that is employed by a regional leader such as Strathcona County. Just a few areas of benefit to the Town:
- Administrative leadership from individuals with municipal experience (CAO)
- Computer support and advice
- Land use development planning advice
- Recreation facility advice and support
- Building management and planning (new firehall)
- Legislative services and legal advice
- Roadway, sidewalk, field, utility infrastructure advice and planning
These name only a few services the Town of Bruderheim has access to from Strathcona County. The staff of the Town can call the Staff from Strathcona County at any time if advice is needed. The key to the relationship? A shared understanding and mutual benefit!
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Alberta's Industrial Heartland Association (AIHA) is a non-profit cooperative group of five municipalities dedicated toward sustainable eco-industrial development. The Town of Bruderheim is an Associate Member of the AIHA.
Alberta Industrial Heartland Board with Energy Minister Diana McQueen and Regions MLA's Jacquie Fenske, Cathy Oleson, Dave Quest, Peter Sandu, and Bruderheim Mayor Karl Hauch. (2014)