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Town of Didsbury Strategic Plan

Town Council has created a Strategic Plan to be used as a long-term planning document to guide both Council and Administration through the many projects and priorities that are to be accomplished. It is important that we keep you, our residents, informed of our plans and long term vision.

In the Spring of 2019, the Strategic Plan went through extensive revisions, which include new Vision and Mission Statements, and expanded the Economic Prosperity section, as well as other changes. The most recent version can be found below:
Town of Didsbury Strategic Plan 2017-2027—Spring 2019 Update

 Intermunicipal Cooperation and Planning 

Municipalities that share a common boundary must create an Intermunicipal Collaboration Framework (ICF) with one another. All ICFs must align with the requirements outlined in Part 17.2 of the Municipal Government Act.

Frameworks are intended to:

  • provide for integrated and strategic planning, delivery and funding of intermunicipal services
  • allocate scarce resources efficiently in the providing local services
  • ensure municipalities contribute funding to services that benefit their residents

Each framework must:

  • describe the services that benefit residents in more than one of the municipalities
  • identify which municipality is responsible for providing these services
  • outline how the services will be delivered and funded
  • include a process for resolving disputes that occur while the framework is in effect

The Town of Didsbury shares a common boundary with Mountain View County. Together, our two municipalities have created a shared agreement:

The Town of Didsbury & Mountain View County Intermunicipal Collaboration Framework master Agreement

The Town of Didsbury has additional agreements with Mountain View County, including:

If you have any questions or would like more information regarding any of our planning and cooperative initiatives, please contact our Information Line at 403-335-2030 or by email at