Meet our Village of Clive Council

Mayor Luci Henry

Luci Henry

My husband, Garth and I are the proud parents of two daughters, whom we raised here in Clive. We enjoy the "country living" atmosphere and look forward to its continued growth while maintaining the "Small Town" feel.

I became involved in my community volunteering my time where I could to help foster change and growth in an ever-changing world. As a mother, I sought involvement within the community that enveloped my children, which led me to the greater part of the whole.

I am honoured to be your Mayor and I believe in working as a team, which not only includes other Councillors, Village staff and surrounding communities but most importantly the people who we respresent - YOU! I'm excited to be part of the Municipal team and hope to represent all the diversity in our area.


 Deputy Mayor Norma Penney

Norma Penney

I am proud to call Clive my home. I have been a resident of the Clive area for the last 16 years. I am married to DJ, my husband of 13 years. We have two children who attend Clive school.

I have been actively volunteering within the community for the past 7 years and sit on various boards and committees. I am excited to represent this amazing community and the people in it.


 Councillor Tracey Hallman

Tracey Hallman

My husband, Bill and I have lived in Clive for 24 years. We felt it was a great place to raise our two children.

I have been involved inmany organizations in Clive over the years: Clive Minor Hockey, Clive Ball, Clive Figure Skating, Clive Soccer and Clive Hall Board.

I was the librarian for the Clive Public Library for 7 years.

I have been on the Subdivision Development Appeal Board for 12 years, first as secretary, then as a board member.

I am looking forward to serving my community as a council member.


Councillor Susan Russell

Susan Russell

Riley, my husband, myself and our son, Warren, moved to Clive in 2013. We loved it so much in the Village we added another son, William, to our family in 2014. My family is fortunate to call Clive home. I love the small village feel - rural - but with all the amenities our young family needs.

My educational training was from Burman University in Lacombe. I taught for several years in teh Red Deer Public School system before moving to Clive.

I have been very involved in the community since moving in. These are some of the committees i currently serve on and volunteer for:

  • Clive Resource Centre Society
  • Friends fo the Clive Lib rary
  • Little Red Hen Playschool
  • Volunteering for Clive's movie Night/FunFest/Village-Wide Garage Sale
  • Volunteering at Clive School
  • Volunteering at Little Red Hen Playschool

Thank you for electing me to serve on Council. I look forward to respresenting you in a positive and informed way.


 Councillor Jeremy Whelan

Jeremy Whelan

My family and I moved to Clive in 2011, and I have taken those years to learn some of the history of the Village of Clive. My intent is to understand why the citizens of the Village of Clive choose to make our community their home as my family and I have.

I currently work as a water treatment system technician. I have previously served as a member at large on the Municipal Planning Commission (MCP) and the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board (SDAB) in Clive.

I look forward to the opportunity I have been given to serve my community and all those who supported me.

Thank you!


 Council Meetings

Council Meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month at 6:00 PM in Council Chambers in the Village Office. Anyone may attend the Council Meetings.


Procedure For Addressing Council:

  • All requests and/or presentations to Council are to be done in writing (by email, mail, hand-delivered or fax) by noon on the Thursday prior to a Council meeting. Once you have made your request to attend as a delegation, you will be advised of the date and time of your appointment at a Council meeting.
  • Any documents you have that will aid Council in making informed decisions would be appreciated. These should be left at the municipal office the week prior to your meeting with Council so that copies can be made for the agenda packages.
  • At the meeting you attend, Council members will listen to your presentation and ask any questions of you to help them clearly understand. A decision may or may not be made at that meeting. Depending on the request it may be added to the next agenda to give administration sufficient time to research, if necessary.


Village of Clive/Lacombe County Intermunicipal Development Plan


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