Reports

BUSINESS CONTINUITY PLAN 
Village Council has approved a Business Continuity Plan – Pandemic. 

Business Continuity Plan – Pandemic


BUSINESS VITALITY INITIATIVE

In 2012 the Village of Forestburg took part in a Business Vitality Initiative with the assistance of Alberta Urban Municipalities Association (AUMA).  
The goal of this project was to assess our ability to work with and promote local business. 
The BVI Summary and Final Report are provided below. 
Council and Administration will be working with the businesses and general public to determine how to best implement the short-term and long-term actions required to make Forestburg a better place to do business.

BVI Assessment Summary

BVI Final Report


FINANCIAL INDICATORS

2016 Financial Indicator Graphs
2015 Financial Indicator Graphs
2014 Financial Indicator Graphs
2013 Financial Indicator Graphs
2012 Financial Indicator Graphs
2011 Financial Indicator Graphs


FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

2019 Audited Financial Statements
2018 Audited Financial Statements
2017 Audited Financial Statements
2016 Audited Financial Statements
2015 Audited Financial Statements
2014 Audited Financial Statements
2013 Audited Financial Statements
2012 Audited Financial Statements
2011 Audited Financial Statements
2010 Audited Financial Statements
2009 Audited Financial Statements
2008 Audited Financial Statements
2007 Audited Financial Statements


INTER MUNICIPAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN

Inter Municipal Development Plan 2017
Municipal Development Plan
Intermunicipal Development Plan


MUNICIPAL STRATEGIC PLAN 

Municipal Strategic Plan 2019-2022


OPERATING PLAN

Operating Plan 2019-2022


BUDGET REPORT

2020 Budget Report


CAPITAL PLAN

Village of Forestburg Capital Plan 2020-2024

Content

April Council Meeting Schedule: April 8 and April 22, 2021 in the Professional Building. (5004 49 Ave)
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In response to recent decisions of the provincial government to move back to Phase 1 of COVID-19 pandemic measures,
the Village has and will continue to consider measures to help our business community through this recent setback.

Effective today, our local restaurants without outdoor patio service are being given the ability to commence outdoor dining, compliant with provincial health orders, on public sidewalks in front of their businesses. 
This decision will mean that temporary parking restrictions during normal business hours will occur by having angle parking spaces blocked off in front of our restaurants who choose to implement outdoor service. 
In such cases parking restrictions will continue to allow for safe and socially distanced pedestrian traffic to continue, as well as ensuring safety for patrons utilizing outdoor dining service.  The Village is working with other restaurants and establishments not along 50th Street who may also wish to offer outdoor service in a manner consistent with provincial health and liquor service requirements.

The Village thanks all downtown businesses for their support of our local restaurants and the temporary parking restrictions. 

The Village will continue to explore all opportunities in support of businesses in our community as
we navigate the uncertain times ahead. 

We appreciate your ongoing support and the true sense of community being demonstrated by all. 
Thank you!