Volunteer Opportunities

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Are you interested in getting involved in the community?


Many of our volunteer organizations are looking for you! You are welcome to help out on a full time or part time basis with the many events or projects that are happening in town. Or perhaps you have a great idea for a project or event that you would like to see happen in town. We will help connect you to the group or project that you are interested in.

 

For any of the following opportunities, please call Judy at 780-796-3731 or drop her a line at Judy.Koschade@bruderheim.ca.

 

Come help us make Bruderheim a better place to play!

 

 

flower planting

 



Several Bruderheim committees, associations and boards are looking for public members, including:


- Recreation and Culture Board
- Bruderheim Minor Sports Association
- Bruderheim School Parents Advisory Council
- Lamont County Library Board
- Assessment Review Board
- Subdivision & Development Appeal Board

 

 

Subdivision & Development Appeal Board (SDAB)

The purpose of the SDAB is to hear any appeals arising from a subdivision or development permit decision. The Land Use Bylaw is used as the criteria for the decision of the board.

This board is comprised of 5 members: 2 Council members and 3 Bruderheim residents. No formal training is required, although there is a Training Manual to assist members.  

The SDAB does not hold regular meetings  -  they meet in the event of an appeal when a hearing is scheduled.

 

Assessment Review Board Member

The Assessment Review Board (ARB) is a separate body from the assessment office and serves a different function. It hears and resolves disputes over assessment matters. This is a very broad and important responsibility, but the ARB must be sensitive to its legal and practical limits.

Training is required to be qualified for this position. Courses are supplied by Municipal Affairs at no cost. The Town will reimburse for expenses incurred, such as lunch, mileage, parking, and any other approved costs associated with this training. For further information on training, please see the Municipal Affairs website.

Bruderheim Fire Department

The BFD is always looking for energetic people to fill the roster as firefighters! Drop by the Fire Hall any Tuesday night at 7:00 or stop by the Bruderheim Town Office at 5017 Queen Street to pick up an application. Benefits of joining include:

  • Compensation while on calls or training
  • Access to certified training courses
  • Flexibility
  • A great resume -builder
  • A unique way to serve the community

 

Fire Hall

 

Citizens on Patrol

Are you interested in being a part of a Citizens on Patrol (COP) program for Bruderheim? The hours you volunteer are flexible depending on the hours you are available. The program could involve patrolling, surveillance reporting, etc. It will run with the help of the Fort Saskatchewan Police Detachment. For more information regarding the Alberta Citizens on Patrol Program you can check out this website http://www.acopa.ca.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE COMMUNITY-BASED CRIME PREVENTION POSTER.

Help prevent crime in our community!

 

Seniors Snow Removal Assistance Program

The Town of Bruderheim and Family and Community Support Services are seeking volunteers for our Seniors Snow Removal Assistance Program this winter.

This program is very important to those in our community who are unable to clear pathways and driveways of snow, resulting in difficulty safely leaving the home for shopping, medical or social outings. 

Seniors Smiles

Community Events

Throughout the year, the Town of Bruderheim offers more than 10 community events! Volunteer support is critical to the success of these events.