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List of villages in Alberta

Distribution of Alberta's 80 villages

A village is an urban municipality status type used in the Canadian province of Alberta. Alberta villages are created when communities with populations of at least 300 people, where a majority of their buildings are on parcels of land smaller than 1,850 m2, apply to Alberta Municipal Affairs for village status under the authority of the Municipal Government Act.[1] Applications for village status are approved via orders in council made by the Lieutenant Governor in Council under recommendation from the Minister of Municipal Affairs.[1]

As of 2021, Alberta had 80 villages[2] that had a cumulative population of 33,773 in the 2016 Census of Population.[3] Alberta's largest and smallest villages are Duchess and Milo with population counts of 1,085 and 91.[3]

When a village's population reaches or exceeds 1,000 people, the council may request a change to town status, but the change in incorporated status is not mandatory.[4] Villages with populations less than 300, whether their populations have declined below 300 or they were incorporated as villages prior to the minimum 300 population requirement, are permitted to retain village status.

Village governance is delivered by 327 elected village officials (80 mayors and 247 councillors) throughout the province.[5]

Administration

Pursuant to Part 5, Division 1 of the Municipal Government Act (MGA), each municipality created under the authority of the MGA is governed by a council. As a requirement of the MGA, a village council consists of three councillors by default, one of which is the village's chief elected official (CEO) or mayor. A village council may consist of a higher number if council passes a bylaw altering its size.[1] For the 2017–2021 term, 36 villages had a council of three, 1 had a council of four, and 44 had a council of five.[5]

Village councils are governed by a mayor and typically an even number of councillors that are elected by popular vote, resulting in a total odd number of councillors to avoid tie votes on council matters.[1] All council members are elected under the provisions of the Local Authorities Election Act (LAEA).[6] Mayoral or councillor candidates are required to be residents of their municipality for a minimum of six consecutive months prior to nomination day. The last municipal election was October 16, 2017.

Alberta Municipal Affairs, a ministry of the Cabinet of Alberta, is charged with coordination of all levels of local government.

Administrative duties of villages include public safety, roads, water service, drainage and waste collection, as well as coordination of infrastructure with provincial and regional authorities (including road construction, education, and health).

List

Name Rural
municipality
[7]
Incorporation
date (village)[8]
Municipal
census

population
(year)[9]-->
Population
(2016)[3]
Population
(2011)[3]
Change
(%)[3]
Land
area
(km²)[3]
Population
density
(per km²)[3]
Acme Kneehill County July 7, 1910 653 653 0.0% 2.48 263.3/km2
Alberta Beach Lac Ste. Anne County January 1, 1999 1,018 865 +17.7% 2.01 506.5/km2
Alix Lacombe County June 3, 1907 734 830 −11.6% 3.13 234.5/km2
Alliance Flagstaff County August 26, 1918 154 174 −11.5% 0.51 302.0/km2
Amisk Provost No. 52, MD of January 1, 1956 204 207 −1.4% 0.76 268.4/km2
Andrew Lamont County June 24, 1930 425 379 +12.1% 1.17 363.2/km2
Arrowwood Vulcan County May 13, 1926 207 188 +10.1% 0.75 276.0/km2
Barnwell Taber, MD of January 1, 1980 947 771 +22.8% 1.51 627.2/km2
Barons Lethbridge County May 6, 1910 341 315 +8.3% 0.81 421.0/km2
Bawlf Camrose County October 12, 1906 422 403 +4.7% 0.89 474.2/km2
Beiseker Rocky View County February 23, 1921 819 785 +4.3% 2.85 287.4/km2
Berwyn Peace No. 135, MD of November 28, 1936 538 526 +2.3% 1.58 340.5/km2
Big Valley Stettler No. 6, County of March 9, 1942 346 364 −4.9% 1.86 186.0/km2
Bittern Lake[a] Camrose County November 2, 1904 220 224 −1.8% 6.57 33.5/km2
Boyle Athabasca County December 31, 1953 845 916 −7.8% 7.13 118.5/km2
Breton Brazeau County January 1, 1957 574 496 +15.7% 1.72 333.7/km2
Carbon Kneehill County November 18, 1912 454 592 −23.3% 1.99 228.1/km2
Carmangay Vulcan County March 4, 1936 242 367 −34.1% 1.86 130.1/km2
Caroline Clearwater County December 31, 1951 512 501 +2.2% 2.04 251.0/km2
Champion Vulcan County May 27, 1911 317 378 −16.1% 0.89 356.2/km2
Chauvin Wainwright No. 61, MD of December 30, 1912 335 334 +0.3% 2.24 149.6/km2
Chipman Lamont County October 21, 1913 274 284 −3.5% 9.61 28.5/km2
Clive Lacombe County January 9, 1912 715 675 +5.9% 2.17 329.5/km2
Clyde Westlock County January 28, 1914 430 503 −14.5% 1.31 328.2/km2
Consort Special Area No. 4 September 23, 1912 729 689 +5.8% 3.05 239.0/km2
Coutts Warner No. 5, County of January 1, 1960 245 277 −11.6% 1.24 197.6/km2
Cowley Pincher Creek No. 9, MD of August 16, 1906 209 236 −11.4% 1.37 152.6/km2
Cremona Mountain View County January 1, 1955 444 457 −2.8% 1.94 228.9/km2
Czar Provost No. 52, MD of November 12, 1917 202 167 +21.0% 1.12 180.4/km2
Delburne Red Deer County January 17, 1913 892 830 +7.5% 3.98 224.1/km2
Delia[b] Starland County July 20, 1914 216 186 +16.1% 1.33 162.4/km2
Donalda Stettler No. 6, County of December 30, 1912 219 259 −15.4% 0.99 221.2/km2
Donnelly Smoky River No. 130, MD of January 1, 1956 342 305 +12.1% 1.31 261.1/km2
Duchess Newell, County of May 12, 1921 1,085 992 +9.4% 1.96 553.6/km2
Edberg Camrose County February 4, 1930 151 168 −10.1% 0.35 431.4/km2
Edgerton Wainwright No. 61, MD of September 11, 1917 384 317 +21.1% 2.04 188.2/km2
Elnora Red Deer County July 22, 1929 298 313 −4.8% 1.47 202.7/km2
Empress Special Area No. 2 February 5, 1914 135 188 −28.2% 1.58 85.4/km2
Foremost Forty Mile No. 8, County of December 31, 1950 541 526 +2.9% 2.16 250.5/km2
Forestburg Flagstaff County August 21, 1919 875 831 +5.3% 2.73 320.5/km2
Girouxville Smoky River No. 130, MD of December 31, 1951 219 266 −17.7% 0.67 326.9/km2
Glendon Bonnyville No. 87, MD of January 1, 1956 493 486 +1.4% 1.99 247.7/km2
Glenwood Cardston County January 1, 1961 316 287 +10.1% 1.37 230.7/km2
Halkirk Paintearth No. 18, County of February 10, 1912 112 121 −7.4% 0.61 183.6/km2
Hay Lakes[c] Camrose County April 17, 1928 495 425 +16.5% 0.59 839.0/km2
Heisler Flagstaff County January 1, 1961 160 151 +6.0% 0.64 250.0/km2
Hill Spring Cardston County January 1, 1961 162 186 −12.9% 0.96 168.8/km2
Hines Creek Clear Hills County December 31, 1951 346 380 −8.9% 5.33 64.9/km2
Holden Beaver County April 14, 1909 350 381 −8.1% 1.74 201.1/km2
Hughenden Provost No. 52, MD of December 27, 1917 243 230 +5.7% 0.78 311.5/km2
Hussar Wheatland County April 20, 1928 190 176 +8.0% 0.75 253.3/km2
Innisfree Minburn No. 27, County of March 11, 1911 193 220 −12.3% 1.01 191.1/km2
Irma Wainwright No. 61, MD of May 30, 1912 521 457 +14.0% 1.34 388.8/km2
Kitscoty Vermilion River, County of March 22, 1911 925 846 +9.3% 1.51 612.6/km2
Linden Kneehill County January 1, 1964 828 725 +14.2% 2.58 320.9/km2
Lomond Vulcan County February 16, 1916 166 173 −4.0% 1.21 137.2/km2
Longview Foothills County January 1, 1964 307 307 0.0% 1.1 279.1/km2
Lougheed Flagstaff County November 7, 1911 256 233 +9.9% 2.1 121.9/km2
Mannville Minburn No. 27, County of December 29, 1906 828 803 +3.1% 1.64 504.9/km2
Marwayne Vermilion River, County of December 31, 1952 564 612 −7.8% 1.6 352.5/km2
Milo Vulcan County May 7, 1931 91 122 −25.4% 0.98 92.9/km2
Morrin Starland County April 16, 1920 240 245 −2.0% 0.67 358.2/km2
Munson Starland County May 5, 1911 192 204 −5.9% 2.53 75.9/km2
Myrnam Two Hills No. 21, County of August 22, 1930 339 370 −8.4% 2.79 121.5/km2
Nampa Northern Sunrise County January 1, 1958 364 362 +0.6% 1.71 212.9/km2
Paradise Valley Vermilion River, County of January 1, 1964 179 174 +2.9% 0.63 284.1/km2
Rockyford Wheatland County March 28, 1919 316 325 −2.8% 1.08 292.6/km2
Rosalind Camrose County January 1, 1966 188 190 −1.1% 0.62 303.2/km2
Rosemary Newell, County of December 31, 1951 396 342 +15.8% 0.59 671.2/km2
Rycroft Spirit River No. 133, MD of March 15, 1944 612 628 −2.5% 1.92 318.8/km2
Ryley[d] Beaver County April 2, 1910 483 497 −2.8% 2.61 185.1/km2
Spring Lake[e] Parkland County January 1, 1999 699 533 +31.1% 2.33 300.0/km2
Standard Wheatland County April 29, 1922 353 379 −6.9% 2.35 150.2/km2
Stirling Warner No. 5, County of September 3, 1901 978 1,090 −10.3% 2.71 360.9/km2
Veteran Special Area No. 4 June 30, 1914 207 249 −16.9% 0.84 246.4/km2
Vilna Smoky Lake County June 23, 1923 290 249 +16.5% 0.96 302.1/km2
Warburg Leduc County December 31, 1953 766 789 −2.9% 2.68 285.8/km2
Warner Warner No. 5, County of November 12, 1908 373 331 +12.7% 1.16 321.6/km2
Waskatenau Smoky Lake County May 19, 1932 186 255 −27.1% 0.6 310.0/km2
Youngstown Special Area No. 3 December 31, 1936 154 178 −13.5% 1.11 138.7/km2
Total villages 33,773 33,448 +1.0% 146.85 230.0/km2

Notes:

  1. ^ Bittern Lake was formerly known as Rosenroll prior to December 16, 1911.[10]
  2. ^ Delia was formerly known as Highland prior to December 9, 1915.[11]
  3. ^ Hay Lakes was formerly known as Hay Lake prior to January 1, 1932.[5]
  4. ^ Ryley was also known as Equity in 1909.[12]
  5. ^ Spring Lake was formerly known as Edmonton Beach prior to January 1, 1999.[13]

Village status eligibility

Stirling is Alberta's largest village by population

Numerous Alberta hamlets meet the minimum population requirement for village status eligibility.

Town status eligibility

The villages of Duchess and Alberta Beach are currently eligible for town status having populations of 1,085 and 1,018.[3]

Former villages

Of Alberta's 100 former urban municipalities communities, 81 of them were former villages prior to being dissolved, annexed, or amalgamated.

Former village Original
name
Dissolution
date
Albert Park   August 1, 1935[14]
Alderson Carlstadt January 31, 1936[15]
Bellevue   January 1, 1979[16]
Bellis   January 1, 1946[17]
Blackie   August 31, 1997[18]
Bow City   April 17, 1918[19]
Burdett   January 1, 2003[20]
Cadogan   January 1, 1946[17]
Cayley   June 1, 1996[21]
Cereal   January 1, 2021[22]
Chinook   April 1, 1977[23]
Clairmont   January 1, 1946[17]
Cluny   September 15, 1995[24]
Commerce Coalgate May 13, 1926[25]
Compeer   December 31, 1936[26]
Craigmyle   January 1, 1972[27]
Crescent Heights   January 1, 1911[28]
Derwent   September 1, 2010[29]
Dewberry   January 1, 2021[30]
Drinnan   April 1, 1957[31]
Dunmore   February 4, 1919[32]
Eaglesham   December 31, 1996[33]
East Calgary   July 17, 1919[34]
Enchant   February 1, 1945[35]
Entwistle   December 31, 2000[36]
Erskine   May 10, 1946[37]
Evansburg   June 30, 1998[38]
Evarts   May 27, 1916[39]
Ferintosh   January 1, 2020[40]
Fort Assiniboine   December 31, 1991[41]
Frank   January 1, 1979[16]
Gadsby   February 1, 2020[42]
Galahad   January 1, 2016[43]
Grassy Lake   July 1, 1996[44]
Grouard   January 15, 1944[45]
Hairy Hill   December 31, 1996[46]
Hythe   July 1, 2021[47]
Islay   March 15, 1944[48]
Jenner   June 25, 1943[49]
Kinuso   September 1, 2009[50]
Langdon   January 1, 1946[17]
Lavoy   April 30, 1999[51]
Lille  
Lundbreck   April 30, 1906[52]
Minburn   July 1, 2015[53]
Mirror   January 1, 2004[54]
Monarch   December 31, 1938[55]
Monitor   January 1, 1946[17]
Mountain View   September 9, 1915[56]
New Norway   November 1, 2012[57]
New Sarepta   September 1, 2010[58]
Newcastle   May 21, 1931[59]
North Edmonton   July 22, 1912[60]
North Red Deer   December 31, 1947[61]
Ohaton   January 1, 1946[17]
Pincher City   May 3, 1932[62]
Plamondon   May 1, 2002[63]
Port Cornwall   September 11, 1917[64]
Radway   December 31, 1996[65]
Ranfurly   January 1, 1946[17]
Retlaw   March 1, 1939[66]
Richdale   June 2, 1931[67]
Riverside  
Rosebud   January 1, 1946[17]
Rouleauville  
Rumsey   April 1, 1995[41]
Sangudo   September 16, 2007[68]
Stafford   January 1, 1913[69]
Strome   January 1, 2016[70]
Suffield   January 1, 1930[71]
Swalwell   January 1, 1946[17]
Thorhild   April 1, 2009[50]
Tilley   August 31, 2013[72]
Tollerton   January 26, 1918[citation needed]
Torrington   December 31, 1997[73]
Wabamun   January 1, 2021[74]
Walsh   May 4, 1925[75]
Wanham   December 31, 1999[51]
Warspite   June 1, 2000[36]
West Edmonton Calder April 5, 1917[76]
Wildwood   December 31, 1990[77]
Willingdon   September 1, 2017[78]

See also

References

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