A municipal council is an elective body representative of all classes of people in the community, be it rural or urban. Council is vested with authority to administer the laws of the province insofar as they relate to that particular community, and to pass bylaws in the interest of the people whom the council is elected to represent. Legislation passed by the province known today as The Municipalities Act, 2006, is the foundation for rural municipal government such as we now have in this province.
An elected Council made up of a Reeve and six Councillors governs the RM of Rudy. An Administrator, Assistant Administrator and office staff provides office support to Council. A foreman and equipment operators make up the workforce that looks after the outside duties in the RM.
Regular Council Meetings
The regular meetings of the council of the Rural Municipality of Rudy #284 are scheduled for the First and Third Wednesday of each month. All meeting are open to the public, however delegations wishing to speak to council are required to make appointments in advance by calling the Municipal Office at 306.867.9349. Currently scheduled meetings are listed on Public Notices.
Present Rural Municipal Council
All the individuals who served with the municipality and the years of their service are recorded on a plaque at the RM of Rudy office. This plaque is updated yearly and kept in the municipal office as a permanent record honoring their service