NEWLY ELECTED OKOTOKS TOWN COUNCIL
Committed to an inclusive Okotoks and helping in the growth
and recovery of Okotoks
My name is Oliver Hallmark and I welcome the opportunity to earn your vote this October as a representative on Okotoks Town Council.
As a local small business owner, I have spent the past decade serving Okotoks through my business, as well as extensive volunteering, participating in social programs, and sitting on municipal committee boards. Community service is a way of life for me, so it gives me great pleasure to announce my candidacy for Okotoks town council.
It was 7 years ago that I realized that I wanted to be a part of Okotoks Town Council but rather than jumping in, I used the past 7 years to learn as much as I could about our municipality, our history and spent a lot of time talking to the community and understanding the diverse views that our community has.
I chose to run now because I know I am ready, I have a stronger understanding of what I can bring to the position, and believe that I can make an impact.
I promise that I will do my best, and if I do not have the answer, I will search for it and represent our community in the best manner.
HOW I WILL HELP
a stronger and more
AGE - ABILITY - CULTURE - LIFESTYLE - INCOME
Okotoks has an opportunity to thrive with the skills, knowledge, and experience of our community.
We have a rich heritage and a lot of long time residents that contribute to the richness of our community.
To grow, we will need to explore the most effective solutions to adapt to the diversity of our residents.
an opportunity for COLLABORATION
We have a unique opportunity to rebuild relationships with the community and the government.
I believe Okotoks is in a prime position for opportunity to not only live, work, and play better, but to attract the attention of neighbouring communities to help grow our local economy. Through positive leadership, kindness and empathy I commit to listening and acting accordingly to help unite our local government with the community, stakeholders, and businesses, to positively influence Okotoks for a prosperous future.
recovery and a smart way to REBUILD
There is no doubt that the past year has presented many obstacles for everyone in Okotoks.
If elected, my focus will be
small business and local economic recovery,
Ensuring the growth of Okotoks includes fair representation and inclusion of our diverse community in our local government,
Reviewing and considering cost-effective solutions to current and growth challenges.
This may not be an easy path forward but it is an opportunity for Okotoks to rebuild with a future focus for all.
LISTENING TO YOU
I am here to listen to you and connect to the issues that matter to you. Please send me the issues that matter to you, your questions, comments or contact me.
Thank you to our local media for the wonderful highlights and the opportunity to share a little about myself and my platform. If you have any additional questions, please. feel free to contact me.
Okotoks Today: Locked Up for Charity
Okotoks Today: Council candidate takes steps before running
Okotoks Today: Plenty of Heart Shown By Volunteer
Okotoks Online: Hairdresser Looking To Put Business Experience To Use On Council
Okotoks Today: Celebrating the Community Newspaper
LOCATION: Okotoks Recreation Centre
(99 Okotoks Drive)
Friday, October 8: 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Saturday, October 9: 12:00 Noon to 6:00 p.m.
Monday, October 11: 12:00 Noon to 6:00 p.m.
Wednesday, October 13: 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Thursday, October 14: 12:00 Noon to 6:00 p.m.
Friday, October 15: 12:00 Noon to 6:00 p.m.
OCT 18, 2021
Foothills Centennial Centre
204 Community Way (for residents south of the Sheep River)
Okotoks Recreation Centre
99 Okotoks Drive (for residents north of the Sheep River)
Election Day voting hours are 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Any electors who have mobility issues are encouraged to vote at the Foothills Centennial Centre on Election Day for easier access.
VOTE AT HOME
Two election workers will visit your home on Friday, October 15, 2021 from 1:00 and 5:30 p.m. by appointment only.
Call 403-938-8905 to schedule.
Free transit rides are being oﬀered to and from Advance and Election Day voting locations (Rec Centre or Foothills Centennial Centre) for the Municipal General Election! To book your ride, enter the promo code VOTE, and your ride will be 100% discounted. Note that the promo code is available up to 4 hours before and after each voting session, except on Thanksgiving Day (Oct 11) where transit will operate from 12pm-6pm only. Your discount will appear in your account on the Okotoks Transit app. Book now as all voting days will be busy! For all general election details visit www.okotoks.ca/municipal-election.