Our Mission and Vision
Our mission is to provide an attractive community, while maintaining sustainable growth and a high quality of living through forward-thinking and accessible governance.
Our vision is to foster opportunity by strategically investing and improving infrastructure to attract economic development that will allow our town to prosper for generations to come.
The Town of Nobleford’s Council Meetings are held on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 7:00 P.M. at the Nobleford Community Complex. The public is welcome to attend these meetings in person or via Zoom. On the Friday prior to each Council Meeting, a Committee of the Whole (CoW) Meeting is held at 7:00 A.M. in the Council Chambers at the Nobleford Town Office, unless otherwise stated.
Council Meeting agendas will be posted to the Town of Nobleford’s website and Facebook at the earliest convenience. Council Meeting minutes will be posted here as soon as they’re approved by Council.
Nobleford’s Town Council consists of a five Councillors, whom were elected in on October 18, 2021 on a four-year term. Council abides by a Code of Conduct to ensure they are governing effectively. Below is information on Nobleford’s elected officials.
For information regarding Councillor Expenses, please see the bottom of the page.
Councillor - Bill Oudshoorn
"I joined council in October of 2021. My family and I have been part of the Nobleford community since 2000, after moving back to the area from Peace River, Alberta. My wife Jackie, a local farm girl, grew up near Nobleford and attended Noble Central School from grades 1 through 12. I grew up in Lethbridge and on a farm near Coaldale. Moving to Nobleford was a natural move. It became the community where we raised our family. As foster parents we have welcomed numerous children, as well as raising our 4 biological kids. We currently enjoy being parents and grandparents.
My son and I have operated an automotive repair business in Nobleford since 2017. Prior to that I owned a trucking company for some time, but always had a desire to operate a family business and become engaged in community affairs. I am a journeyman mechanic, but have Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Education degrees from the University of Lethbridge as well. I taught for the Peace River School Division and Edmonton Public Schools, both in classroom and virtual settings.
Being part of council, my goal is to contribute to maintaining a vibrant community through strong leadership, transparency, and good stewardship of town resources."
|Deputy Mayor - Marinus de Leeuw
|Councillor - Melissa Jensen
|Mayor - Joan Boeder
“My husband, Jonathan and I, along with our six children moved to Alberta in 2008 from Ontario. Four of our children are now married and we have 12 wonderful grandchildren. We moved into Nobleford in 2011. I have been working in the bookkeeping and accounting field for the past 30 years. I am a bookkeeper for multiple local companies. I joined town council in October 2021 and am enjoying working with the rest of council and administration as we work together to maintain Nobleford as a great place to live!”
|Councillor - Corne Mans