Flagstaff Intermunicipal Partnership

Killam has been a part of the Flagstaff Internmunicipal Partnership (FIP) since it was initially formed in 2013.  Originally, FIP comprised of one elected offical and one CAO from each of the 11 municipalities witin the Flagstaff County borders.  Since the Villages of Galahad  and Strome have reverted to hamlet status and are now overseen by the County, the following membership continues: Alliance, Daysland, Flagstaff County, Forestburg, Hardisty, Heisler, Killam, Lougheed and Sedgewick.

Ultimately, the purpose of this organization was to work together to generate more opportunities for our communities.  For more information and details regarding the progress made by this group, view the FIP Website for the most current and up to date information.

A new Regional Governance movement is being investigaged by the group. Flagstaff United is a site that has up to date information and progress that is being made with the venture. The progress made as of December 5, 2016, is attached below.

 

A series of Public Consultations, planned for the month of June, has been CANCELLED. An updated report was issued June 12, 2017! Clink the link to view it!

June 12, 2017 Release

 

What's New!

Town Office Holiday Schedule

The Killam Town Office will be CLOSED for the from Dec 25, 2017 to Jan 2 2018......[MORE]

Scholarship & Bursary Opportunity!

The Killam & District Health Care Foundation is offering students and employees a chance to apply......[MORE]

Turkey Bingo

Wednesday, November 22, 2017 at the Killam Hall......[MORE]