County and Summer Village of Horseshoe Bay ICF

The County of St. Paul and Summer Village of Horseshoe Bay are currently working with TSI to initiate ICF negotiations. Check back for project updates, as they become available.

For more information on the project, please click here.

Service Discussions Underway

Discussions regarding the Intermunicipal Collaboration Frameworks (ICFs) are well underway. To start the process, the CAOs of the County of St. Paul and the Summer Village of Horseshoe Bay met on January 25, 2019, to ensure all current services offered by each municipality (directly, intermunicipally or through a third-party agreement) were captured for discussion and inclusion in the ICF.

On February 20, the first Intermunicipal Negotiation Committee (INC) meeting was held between the County and the Summer Village. The INC is comprised of two elected officials from each municipality as well as the CAO and Mayor/Reeve as ex-officio members. The INC is the group responsible for negotiating the terms of the ICF.

At the meeting on February 20, the Committee discussed all current intermunicipal agreements and ideas for future collaboration on services. Consensus has already been reached in many service areas, and the municipalities will meet again in late April to continue the discussion.

ICF Negotiations Commence

On October 15, 2018, the Councils from the County of St. Paul, the Town of Elk Point, the Town of St. Paul and the Summer Village of Horseshoe Bay met with Transitional Solutions Inc. (TSI) to lay the foundation for the Intermunicipal Collaboration Frameworks (ICFs) project.  Following this meeting, representatives from the Summer Village of Horseshoe Bay will meet with representatives from the County of St. Paul over the coming months to discuss municipal services and the potential for intermunicipal collaboration in agreed upon areas.  Updates regarding these discussions will be posted to this page, as they become available.  In the meantime, please see the Project Overview page for more information regarding the ICF negotiation process.