Alberta Municipal Affairs
Fort McMurray & Wood Buffalo wildfire recovery
Information and resources for people and businesses returning to Fort McMurray and surrounding communities.
Municipal Government Act to change how municipalities work together
The act is our province’s second largest piece of legislation and touches the daily lives of all Albertans by defining how their municipalities are governed, funded, and developed.
Save the date: Municipal Affairs Minister announces summer engagement on the Municipal Government Act
Read the news release »
Big City Charters
The Government of Alberta and the cities of Edmonton and Calgary are working together to create City Charters to provide Alberta’s two largest cities with the legislative ability to pursue innovations and efficiencies to better serve their residents in a number of areas.
Were you affected by flooding in July 2015?
On July 12, 2015, Albertans living in Rocky View County and in and around the City of Chestermere experienced an intense rainstorm that resulted in flooding. The provincial Disaster Recovery Program will provide financial support for basic, essential property to eligible applicants that experienced uninsured damage to their homes and properties.
Find out more on eligibility and how to apply.
Minister Larivee Provides Overview of the Fort McMurray Wildfire Response
Alberta Municipal Affairs Minister Danielle Larivee addresses emergency management professionals from across Alberta at the annual Alberta Emergency Management Stakeholder Summit on Nov. 22, providing an overview of the Government of Alberta’s response to the Fort McMurray wildfire.