Civic Building - preliminary public engagement

Council is considering the possibility of building a new civic building for the Town of Rocky Mountain House.

The existing Town Office, built in 1973, is beyond its life expectancy. 

After reviewing a 2011 building evaluation report and a 2022 feasibility study that examined the existing condition of the Town Office and the current and projected spatial requirements of Town administrative functions, Council is considering leveraging the Town’s strong financial position to plan for a civic building we can all be proud of.

View the reports:
2022 Town of Rocky Mountain House Town Hall Feasibility Study by JMAA Architecture
2021 Town Hall Building Assessment Update
2011 Building Evaluation by Scott Builders Inc. 

If Council chooses to move ahead with the planning and construction of a new civic building, it could serve as more than just a town hall. Many communities use their civic buildings to host other services or share public spaces with other organizations. Before moving further ahead in the planning process, Council asked residents to weigh in about their visions and priorities. The online feedback portal closed on Sept 30, after two and a half months.

Council will now review all feedback received and consider its next steps. 

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