Road Committees

Road committees are the primary way local requests related to road construction, repair and gravelling are managed in the Special Areas. Road committees meet each spring to discuss requests from the public, set local road priorities, and make annual road program recommendations. There are thirteen local road committees in the Special Areas, one for each Special Area subdivision.

Ratepayers with road project requests and concerns are encouraged to contact the road committee member for their area. Local road committee members are the best way for the public to share their requests, concerns, and ideas for future road projects.

At annual meetings each spring, road committees review the proposed annual road program for the upcoming season. The annual road program includes road construction, surfacing and backtrail repairs projects for all the Special Areas. Each road committee sets local road project priorities and recommends required changes to the proposed road program.

Road committee members are responsible for collecting and communicating ratepayer concerns. They are Elected at the Annual Taxpayer Meetings .

Road Committee Position Information

Road Committee MembersAnnual Road Program

Road Committee Members

There are thirteen local road committees in the Special Areas, one for each Special Area subdivision. Road committees include:

  • Local road committee members
  • Local Advisory Councillor
  • Director of Municipal Services
  • Local Area Administrator
  • Superintendent of Roads & Equipment
  • Road Maintenance Supervisor
  • Road Construction Supervisor

Road Committee members are appointed by the Special Areas Board for a four (4) year term based on recommendations from Advisory Council and must reside within the boundaries of the area they are representing. Advisory Council makes recommendations for Road Committee appointments based on motions made by the public at annual ratepayer meetings. If you would like to speak with your local road committee member, contact your local district office for more information.

Road Committee Members

2-1
Kevin Bossert*
Allan Storch
Don Viste
Scott Viste
2-2
Neal Roes*
Cody Mashon
Doug Lamson
Darcy Olesky
Evan Karg
Brian Griffith
2-3
Brad Slorstad*
Greg Gordon
Kevin Hickle
Michael Solberg
2-4
Brent Horner*
Lee Fryberger
Earl Kading
Lyle Conners
Justin Griffith
2-5
James Madge*
Carter Link
Allan Malaka
Byron Connors
2-7
Daryl Swenson*
Bob Monkman
Wes Kornelson
2-8
Brad Osadczuk*
Dustin Aebly
Chris Olson
3-4
Travis Foot*
Ron Smigelski
Doug Norris
Jim Newton
Dave McKinstry
3-5
Sam Shadlock*
Glen Rosenaue
Stephen Muzyka
Steven Rude
John Kimber
3-6
Kevin Wilson*
Walt Scarff
Dale Stammers
Lawrence Hanson
Jerry Anderson
Brad Lockhart
4-1
Graham Schetzsle*
Colin Ulseth
David Long
Gordon Long
Blaine Roth
4-2
Barry Redel*
Darren Simpson
Darcy Berg
Leonard Babcock
Ken Guenthner
4-3
Doug Noble*
John Baier
Barry Davis
Glen Schuetzle
Jay McGregor

Annual Road Program Development

The annual road program, including both construction and surfacing projects, is developed each year as a part of the Board’s annual budgeting cycle. Projects are determined using input from local road committees, long-term road program planning, and capital budgeting constraints.
In general, the process to develop the annual road program is:
- October to November -
Special Areas Administration develops a draft annual road program based on local road committee priorities, long-term project planning, and budgetary constraints.

- December -
The Advisory Council reviews the draft annual road program at the Fall Advisory Council meeting. After integrating any changes required, the draft annual road program is recommended for review by local road committees. It is now referred to as the proposed annual road program.

- January to March -
Local road committees hold their annual meetings for all 13 Special Areas subdivisions. At these annual meetings, local road committees:
• Set priorities for local road projects
• Review the proposed annual road program and recommend any changes needed
• Recommend any new road committee members

- April -
The Advisory Council reviews the proposed annual road program - including any changes made during road committee meetings - at the Spring Advisory Council meeting. The annual road program is approved by the Advisory Council for the upcoming season.

- May to October -
The annual road program is executed by Municipal Services during the road construction season. Road maintenance projects are managed by the Maintenance Supervisor, road surfacing projects are managed by the Surfacing Supervisor, and road construction projects are managed by the Construction Foremen. All road projects are supervised by the Superintendent of Roads & Streets, reporting to the Director of Municipal Services.

- October -
Annual reporting on the annual road program is provided to the Special Areas Board and Advisory Council, including project costs, completion rates, and overall performance.