Youth Advisory Committee

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11 members of the 2021 Youth Advisory Committee (Photo taken pre-COVID-19)

*Picture was taken pre-COVID-19


The City of St Albert Youth Advisory Committee provides input to City Council from the unique perspective of youth aged 14-24.


The City of St Albert Youth Advisory Committee is a diverse group of youth in St. Albert that want to bring your ideas and your issues to the City Council to create meaningful change in our community.

We want to know what is working for you in St. Albert and what areas may need improvement whether it is mental health services or public transit or anything in between!

The committee meets the first Wednesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. through Zoom.

Mental Health Resources

It’s a sign of strength to ask for help. If you or someone you know needs help, there are resources available 24/7. Call the distress line at 780-482-4357. If in immediate danger, call 911. For a full list of available mental health resources visit stalbert.ca/help.

We want to hear from you!

Each of the tabs below provides the opportunity to share feedback in different ways.

  • Click on the Forum tab and add a discussion topic you’d like the committee to bring forward to Council.
  • Click on the Ideas tab to submit any new ideas/services you think St. Albert could use.
  • Click on the Map tab to indicate areas of St. Albert that are youth-friendly and which could use improvement.
  • Click on the Survey tab to provide insight into the climate and barriers surrounding mental health in St. Albert.

*Picture was taken pre-COVID-19


The City of St Albert Youth Advisory Committee provides input to City Council from the unique perspective of youth aged 14-24.


The City of St Albert Youth Advisory Committee is a diverse group of youth in St. Albert that want to bring your ideas and your issues to the City Council to create meaningful change in our community.

We want to know what is working for you in St. Albert and what areas may need improvement whether it is mental health services or public transit or anything in between!

The committee meets the first Wednesday of the month at 6:30 p.m. through Zoom.

Mental Health Resources

It’s a sign of strength to ask for help. If you or someone you know needs help, there are resources available 24/7. Call the distress line at 780-482-4357. If in immediate danger, call 911. For a full list of available mental health resources visit stalbert.ca/help.

We want to hear from you!

Each of the tabs below provides the opportunity to share feedback in different ways.

  • Click on the Forum tab and add a discussion topic you’d like the committee to bring forward to Council.
  • Click on the Ideas tab to submit any new ideas/services you think St. Albert could use.
  • Click on the Map tab to indicate areas of St. Albert that are youth-friendly and which could use improvement.
  • Click on the Survey tab to provide insight into the climate and barriers surrounding mental health in St. Albert.
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