Platform and Priorities

Airdrie has grown into one of Alberta's largest city but we have fallen behind in ensuring our city is accessible and has the services and places that keep residents living, playing and working in the city.


Dynamic City

  • Innovative solutions for entrepreneurs such as Incubators, grants and mentorships

  • Downtown redevelopment which draws people to the area, benefiting local businesses

  • Advocate for post-secondary spaces in the city to ensure Airdronians stay in Airdrie after high school

  • Support the new public library with vibrant and accessible programs including expanding catalogue to include tools for equity (computers, tools, toys)

  • Ensuring local sports are accessible to Airdronians, including venues and programs

  • Supporting the Arts with venues and program funding knowing that this will draw people to areas of the city, benefitting local businesses


Healthy Community

  • Improve access to recreational spaces for all Airdronians, especially for families, seniors and youth

  • New recreation centre is a priority, built on a clear appropriate timeline

  • More recreational spaces for our youth like outdoor pools, skate parks, bike tracks, sports fields, community centres

  • Advocating for appropriate support for community services such as shelters, Community Links, and Airdrie Food Bank


Inclusive Future

  • Increased focus on inclusive community design and building such as accessible sidewalks, crossings, direct bike routes, and improved transit service

  • Explore ways to make city and business spaces inclusive for all Airdronians including increasing the recreational spaces that are available for those with a diversity of needs

  • Real plan to address racism and homophobia in our community developed with community members/organizations

  • Have an Indigenous elder(s) in residence and community leader committee that works with the city regularly providing indigenous perspectives when policies are developed