LUD – Local Urban District
A Local Urban District is known to be an unincorporated urban area that The Municipal Act states has “at least 250 residents and a population density of at least 400 residents per square kilometer or such other density as the minister may, in a specific case, consider sufficient for the type and level of services to be provided in the Local Urban District.”
Who is the LUD?
The LUD is formed by a formal committee, which is not to be comprised of more than 3 members who are elected by the LUD electors at a general election, as well as a member of the rural council.
Dave Plett – 204-280-0003 email@example.com
Jessie Plett – 204-739-3285 firstname.lastname@example.org
Tannis Chudy – 204-214-0103 email@example.com
Allan Lindal – Council Representative – 204-308-0270 firstname.lastname@example.org
What does the LUD do?
There are boundaries of land for which the local urban district is responsible for regarding municipal services such as street lighting, street cleaning, drainage, etc. The LUD meets once a month, on the 1st Tuesday to discuss and maintain these matters.
LUD Meeting Schedule – 2019
Meetings commence at 6:00 p.m., dates and times are subject to change
- January 8
- February 5
- March 5
- April 2
- May 7
- June 4
- July 2
- August 6
- September 3
- October 1
- November 5
- December 3