Alberta Community Partnership (ACP) | Alberta Municipal Affairs

Value: Under the Restructuring Study stream the maximum grant amount for infrastructure audits is $120,000 and for regional governance studies is $200,000. Municipalities that have amalgamated are eligible to receive up to $1,500,000 under the Transitional stream. Only municipalities that receive a dissolved municipality are eligible to receive funding under the Infrastructure/Debt Servicing stream. Grant amounts are calculated using base funding of $500,000 plus $1,500 per capita to a maximum of $3,000,000.


The objective of the ACP is to improve the viability and long-term sustainability of municipalities by providing support for regional collaboration and capacity building initiatives. Key program outcomes include:

  • New or enhanced regional municipal services
  • Improved municipal capacity to respond to municipal and regional priorities
  • Effective intermunicipal relations through joint and collaborative activities


  • Municipalities (cities, towns, villages, summer villages, municipal districts, specialized municipalities, improvement districts, and special areas)
  • Métis settlements
  • Townsite of Redwood Meadows Administration Society
  • Capital Region Board and Calgary Regional Partnership
  • Municipally controlled planning service agencies (eligible only under the Municipal Internship component to host a Land Use Planner intern)

Eligible Expenses:

  • Intermunicipal Collaboration
  • Municipal Restructuring
  • Mediation and Cooperative Processes
  • Municipal Internship

Deadline: September 1, 2017

Contact: Alberta Municipal Affairs | 780-422-7125 |


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