Public Engagement

THIS AFFECTS YOU!

The Town of Olds strives to engage citizens when planning the community's future. Feedback gathered from the public helps council and administration make more informed decisions. We sincerely appreciate and thank you for participating!

CURRENT ENGAGEMENT

  • Animal Control Survey (chickens)

Currently dogs and cats are regulated by the Town of Olds Community Standards Bylaw. With recent amendments made to the Land Use Bylaw, there is ambiguity on restrictions or allowances of other animals. Providing guidance on what is allowable with help both citizens and bylaw enforcement manage grievances the Town receives on animals beyond cats and dogs.

Complete this survey, provide your contact information and you can win a $100.00 Grow Olds With Us gift certificate. 

Go to the survey

  • Supergraphics/Murals Survey

In Olds, Supergraphics/Murals must adhere to provisions set out in the Land Use Bylaw (LUB). Currently, the Development Authority defers evaluating the merits of a mural application to the Public Arts Advisory Committee which was established by Council in 2019. The mandate of the PAAC is to assist the Town with consultation regarding public art initiatives and to provide expert and community input on Public Art for the Town of Olds.  

Complete this survey, provide your contact information and you can win a $100.00 Grow Olds With Us gift certificate. 

Go to the survey

  • Website Survey

What do you think of the Town of Olds website?

Take this Short SURVEY 

PAST ENGAGEMENT

  • COMMUNITY STANDARDS BYLAW - Dog Specific

The survey regarding the Community Standards Bylaw specific to dogs is now closed.  Results have been presented to Council for information. More than 400 surveys were submitted during this engagement. 

Download Community Services Bylaw Survey Results

  • BUDGET TALKS SURVEY

The Town of Olds thanks everyone who participated in the recent Budget Talks Survey.
Download the Budget Talks Survey

 

Engagement & Consultation Reports

The Town of Olds strives to engage citizens when planning the future of our community. Feedback gathered through consultations and surveys help Council and Administration make more informed decisions.