|Sunday||1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
|Monday||9:00 am - 9:00 pm
|Tuesday||9:00 am - 9:00 pm
|Wednesday||9:00 am - 9:00 pm
|Thursday||9:00 am - 9:00 pm
|Friday||9:00 am - 6:00 pm
|Saturday||9:00 am - 5:00 pm
The St. Albert Library Board is appointed by City Council. It comprises six St. Albert residents and one City Councillor.
The Board operates within the mandate of the Province of Alberta Libraries Act and Regulations and of the City of St. Albert's Library By-Law.
The Board functions as the governing body of the St. Albert Public Library and provides citizen input to the direction of the Library's services. It is accountable to City Council, the Province, and the City residents for the operation of the Library.
Library Board Agenda
Library Board Minutes
Library Board Members 2018
Chair. Janice moved here with her family in 2010 and they are all avid users of the Library's many services. Janice teaches high school English. She joined the Board in 2016 and takes an active interest in her city and the people in it. She is passionate about maintaining and improving library access for all.
Barbara has lived in St. Albert for over 25 years and as a regular user
Tim is a Professor with Concordia University of Edmonton, and he is a volunteer Coach with the St. Albert Soccer Association. He and his family appreciate the active learning and community involvement that the Library facilitates.
Vice-chair. Ian moved to St Albert from the UK in 2008 after a career in the emergency services. He is currently a territory manager for a global resin systems manufacture. His family are avid users of the Library and appreciate the value it brings to the community. He is looking forward to being a part of the Library and it's future growth and expansion though the range of services and the new planned branch library.
Colleen has lived in St. Albert with her family since 1993 and is honored to have the opportunity to serve the citizens of St Albert as a member of the Library Board. In 2016 Colleen retired from full-time employment as an Associate Superintendent of Schools and is currently employed part-time as a consultant, tutor and academic coordinator. She believes public libraries play a major role in democratic societies in fostering literacy, providing universal access to knowledge and information and nurturing lifelong learning. Colleen is keen to work in collaboration with others to support the St. Albert Public Library as a welcoming, dynamic place of discovery and engagement for all community members and visitors.
Paula has many years experience serving on committees and boards to foster community development and lifelong learning. Although a resident of St. Albert for only two years, she is committed to strengthening St. Albert’s awareness and engagement in library programs and events and enhancing community events and community visibility. Her strengths include networking and creating partnerships to build community capacity and advancement of sustainability.
Cllr Ken MacKay
Cllr Ken MacKay is the City Council representative on the Library Board. Ken had a 33-year career with the Edmonton Police Service, working in a number of diverse and challenging operational and executive management positions, retiring at the rank of Superintendent. Following his retirement, he accepted a position with the Office of the Child and Youth Advocate. Active in St Albert, Ken has served on a number of St. Albert boards. Away from work, he is an avid reader and enjoys golf.