Council & Committees
The Town of Indian Head mayor is the highest-ranking government official. The Town also elects aldermen or councilors to form the municipal council. Indian Head is within the constituency of Indian Head-Milestone served by our current member of legislative assembly within the Provincial government.
The Town also has an ad hoc committee supported by Town Council that is committed to the promotion and development of the Town. The Community Development Committee or CDC consists of volunteers who are residents of the R.M. and Town of Indian Head.
Town of Indian Head Council
Sherry has been an active member in Indian Head since June 1998. Sherry was elected to town council in the fall of 2009. Sherry is also the current Chair of the Indian Head Community Development Committee. Sherry is passionate about the growth, diversity and prosperity of the town of Indian Head. Sherry along with like mined citizens have formed the Downtown Restoration Committee which is instrumental in creating a vision for the downtown corridor in which other organizations are working together to achieve. Owner of The Indian Head Floral & Gift Boutique since November 2004, She also participates on various committees within the town.
Personal Statement: I love to organize events for community enjoyment enhancing community spirit and the quality of life within our great Town.
Ron has been a member of Council since October 1991. Born and raised in the Indian Head area Ron has recently retired.
Personal Statement: The years since I was first elected and up to now have been very rewarding because of the many changes that have occurred in our community. We have been able to maintain our population base and are growing at this time. In the next few years I would like to see this trend continue.
Steve has lived in Indian Head for 44 years and is currently serving his third term on Council (7 years). Steve and his wife, Dianna own and operate the Sunshine Motel and Sunshine Mobile Home Park.
Personal Statement: I like living here because we have it all, small town spirit, great businesses and close to a beautiful valley.
Born and raised in Indian Head, Lisa is serving her third term on council. Lisa and husband Bob left the community for a brief period after graduating from high school. They soon returned to the community to raise their family, J.R. and Amanda as they wanted them to have the same wonderful experience that they enjoyed growing up here. Lisa is employed at Indian Head Chrysler and farms alongside her husband and son. Lisa is an active participant with several local organizations and is presently the chair of the Finance and Health Committees.
Personal Statement: In recent years we have seen several upgrades to our roads, water and sewer infrastructure and with the core amenities I am happy many new people have chosen to call Indian Head home.
Ben is proud to call Indian Head his home. He has been part of the community for his entire life and has seen many positive and effective changes over the years. He and his wife Terrea raised their two children in Indian Head and have been the owner/operator of Clip and Curl Beauty Salon since 1983. Their daughter and son-in-law have chosen to live here also due to Indian Head's wonderful quality of life.
Personal Statement: As a newly elected councilor I will endeavor to maintain infrastructure, quality of life and to continue to move Indian Head forward with the assistance of the other councilors, mayor and the community at large. I am a member of the Mainstreet Revitalization Committee and will continue to serve to invigorate and develop the downtown core. I look forward to working with all of the town's committees during my term.
Tim is in his second term (6 years) on Council. He is employed by Cee Bee Trucking at the local cement plant, and does small construction jobs through his own company, Reihl Enterprises. He is a Captain with the Indian Head Fire Department, and a member of the local Wildlife Club.
Personal Statement: My wife and I enjoy living in Indian Head for its friendly atmosphere.
Information on Gwen Johner will be available at a later date.
Community Development Committee (CDC)
The CDC is an ad hoc committee mandated by Town Council to promote, expand and enhance the Town of Indian Head. Specific areas of focus include: community development, economic development, recreation and tourism. The CDC consists of volunteers who reside in the Town and representation from the R.M. of Indian Head.
CDC Vision Statement
The Community Development Committee believes in sharing our collective wisdom and creating opportunities to enrich the quality of life for the citizens and businesses of Indian Head.
Projects the CDC is currently working on include:
- Community Tourism Plan
- More advertisement the community; and
- The AJM Davies Arena Revitalization Project