Capital Region Board
The Alberta government established the Capital Region Board in 2008 enabling the 24 area municipalities to develop a long-range plan to manage growth over the next 50 years.
- Long-range Capital Regional planning, cooperation gets underway - News release April 15, 2008
- Capital Region Board Regulation
The regional board consists of mayors and reeves from the 24 municipalities in the Alberta Capital Region. The Government of Alberta provides annual funding to the board, and ongoing support and advice as required.
The board’s priority is to create a long-range plan on regional land use and infrastructure such as roads and transit.
- James Edwards appointed interim chair of Capital Region Board
- Capital Region Board chair to lead long-range planning - News release March 19, 2008
- About the region
- More about the Capital Region Plan
- Capital Region Board website
- Working Together Report on the Capital Region Integrated Growth Management Plan, and supporting documents