Council Meetings

Council Meeting

Viking Town Council Meetings are held on the 3rd Monday of each month, except where the 3rd Monday falls on a Holiday. The meeting is then held on the Tuesday.

Council Meetings are open to the public to attend.

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Meeting ID: 780 336 3466

Passcode: 3363466

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Meeting Start Time5:30 pm
LocationLouis Sutter Meeting Room
To watch a live Viking Town Council Zoom meeting: or download the App

Meeting ID: 780 336 3466
Passcode: 3363466

Address2nd Floor
Viking Carena Complex
5120-45 Street
Viking, AB

If you wish to make a presentation to Viking Town Council, please contact the CAO by phone at 780-336-3466, at least 3 -7 business days prior to be scheduled meeting.

See Council Calendar

Council Meeting Minutes will be posted once approved by Council.

These minutes are for information purposes only. The original meeting minutes are available to review at the Town Office. Please contact the office to arrange an appointment.

Council Meeting Monthly Highlights - NEW May 2024!

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May 2024 Council Meeting Highlights 

Mayor Buttner signing the Declaration for Seniors’ Week June 3-9, 2024 in the Town of Viking 

Public Hearing followed by Special Council Meeting: 

May 21st, 2024 - Public Hearing followed by Special Council Meeting:

- The Municipal Development Plan & Land Use Bylaw 2024-640 was amended to subdivide the Catholic Church Rectory to a stand alone residential home.

May 21st, 2024 - Regular Council Meeting:

1.) Council supports the Town of Viking in providing financial support for each of the following Viking School Grade 12 Community Awards:

- Science 30 Highest Average for $250

- Grade 12 entering an Agriculture or Trades or Industry Program for $250

- Grade 12 student entering Education or Early Childhood Development program for $250

2.) In response to concerns expressed by The Viking Community Wellness Society about increased traffic on the walking trail due to the new Seasonal Raw Water Pump Station, council motioned to assume responsibility for repairing any potential damages caused by truck traffic accessing the Raw Water Pump Station. The Town of Viking is committed to maintaining the walking trail's integrity and ensuring it remains a safe and enjoyable space for our community.

3.) Administration received an email from the Government of Alberta’s Ministry of Seniors, requesting that all municipalities recognize the week of June 3rd to 9th as Seniors’ Week. The purpose of Seniors’ Week is to honor and recognize seniors for their invaluable contributions to our province. Council by motion supports the declaration of Seniors’ Week, June 3rd to 9th, 2024. Keep a lookout on our website and Facebook page for upcoming events that week!