Stirling Village Council was elected on October 21st, 2013, and will serve a 4 year term which will expire in October of 2017. Below you’ll find the current Mayor and Village Council. If you have any questions email them directly or contact the Village office. Mayor’s Message
Mayor Nilsson is serving his first term on Council and his first term as Mayor. He is a member of the Municipal Planning Commission and is a Council representative for the Oldman Regional Services Commission, Stirling Historical Society, the Mormon Trail Committee and The Southern Alberta Chief Elected Officials Committee. Nilsson is the owner of a Southern Alberta business.
Phone: (403) 756-2372
Trevor Lewington – Deputy Mayor
Councillor Lewington is serving his first term on Council and was appointed as Deputy Mayor. He is a member of the Municipal Planning Commission and is a Council representative for the Stirling Fire Department, SouthGrow Regional Partnership, Chinook Country Tourism, Ridge Country Housing Authority and Regional Drainage Committee. Lewington is the Manufacturing Director for a Southern Alberta large consumer foods packaging company.
Councillor Bikman was first elected to Council in a by-election in 2012. He is a member of the Municipal Planning Commission and is a Council representative for the Recreation Advisory Committee, Municipal Library Board, Chinook Arch Regional Library Authority and the Canadian Badlands Initiative. Bikman is a local business owner and is also President of the Stirling Athletic Society.
Councillor Edwards was first elected to Council during a by-election in 2005 and served as Mayor from 2010-2013. He is a member of the Municipal Planning Commision and is a Council representative for Community Futures, Canadian Badlands, Ridge Water Services Commision and Regional Emergency Services Committee. Edwards is local business owner.
Councillor Maynes was first elected to Council in 2004 and has served almost 4 full terms on Village Council. He is a member of the Municipal Planning Commission and is a Council representative for Chief Mountain Solid Waste Authority, the Joint Safety Committee, Ridge Water Services Commission and the Waste to Energy Committee. Maynes is a High School teacher and is a member of the Stirling Lions community service group.