Mayor & Council

Meet our Village of Clive Council


Mayor Luci Henry

My Husband Garth and I are the proud parents of two daughters, whom we raised here in Clive. We enjoy the “country living” atmosphere and look forward to its continued growth while maintaining the “Small Town” feel.
I became involved in my community volunteering my time where I could to help foster change and growth in an ever-changing world. As a mother, I sought involvement within the community that enveloped my children, which led me to the greater part of the whole.
I am honoured to be your Mayor and I believe in working as a team, which not only includes other Councilors’, Village staff and surrounding communities but most importantly the people who we represent YOU! I’m excited to be part of the Municipal team and hope to represent all the diversity in our area.


Committee Representative

  • CAEP (Central Alberta Economic Partnership)
  • FCSS (Family & Community Support Services
  • Intermunicipal Development Plan
  • Intermunicipal Collaboration Framework Committee
  • Clive’s Emergency Management Advisory Committee
  • RCMP Liaison
  • Clive School Council
  • Clive Athletic & Agriculture Society

Deputy Mayor Tracey Hallman

My husband, Bill and I have lived in Clive for 25 years. We felt it was a great place to raise our two children.

I have enjoyed working for the residents of Clive for the last four years.  I plan to continue to work on growing our community by working to build partnerships with businesses and other communities.  We have a beautiful village with a great sense of community and I would like to see us continue to be vibrant and alive in the future.


Committee Representative

  • Lacombe Foundation
  • Hwy 12/21 Regional Water Services Commission
  • MPC ( Municipal Planning Commission)
  • PCPS (Parkland Community Planning Services)
  • Neighbourhood Revitalization


Councillor Norma Penney

I have lived in Clive for the better part of 20 years with my wonderful husband DJ. We have two children who attend Junior High here in Clive. There is nowhere else we would rather call home. I currently work part time at a small gym in Lacombe as a Sales and Marketing agent and my husband works in the oil and gas industry.
I am an active community member volunteering on many Community boards, with a particular interest in libraries. I am the current Clive Council Representative for the Clive Public Library, a Board member of the Parkland Regional Library, and a member of the Parkland Regional Library Advocacy Committee. I also sit on the Clive Hall Board and have served on the board for Clive Little Red Hen Playschool for the past 11 years.


Committee Representative

  • PRL (Parkland Regional Library)
  • Clive Public Library
  • MPC (Municipal Planning Commission)
  • Clive’s Emergency Management Advisory Committee
  • Clive Hall Board
  • Lacombe Regional Emergency Advisory Committee

Councillor Sarah Fahey

I have lived in Clive the last 9 years. My husband Andrew and I welcome our son into the world in 2019 and when I’m not in full time Mom mode, I work part-time in Administration at Centennial Centre and this year became a small business owner –  selling BC fruit & local veggies at our village fruit stand. The past few years I have become more exciting about getting involved in my community. We love Clive and are excited to raise our family here. I look forward to working with residents and business to grow and make the most of our wonderful village amenities. I’m excited to bring a new voice to council!


Committee Representative

  • LRWSC ( Lacombe Regional Waste Services Commission)
  • MPC (Municipal Planning Commission)
  • Clive’s Emergency Management Advisory Committee
  • Little Red Hen Playschool
  • Lacombe Regional Tourism

Councillor Dan Graden

Hello Village of Clive! I was raised in Clive and was asked to run for Council so I put my name in. Council has always done a fantastic job here in Clive and I would like an opportunity to be a part of it. I feel that Council should work together to move forward and keep up with the changing times.


Committee Representative

  • Clive Volunteer Fire Department
  • Lacombe County Fire Services Advisory Committee


Council Meetings

Council Meetings are held the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month at 6:30 PM in Council Chambers in the Village Office. Anyone may attend the Council Meetings.

Committee Reps 2023


Procedure For Addressing Council:

  • All requests and/or presentations to Council are to be done in writing (by email, mail, hand-delivered or fax) by noon on the Thursday prior to a Council meeting. Once you have made your request to attend as a delegation, you will be advised of the date and time of your appointment at a Council meeting.
  • Any documents you have that will aid Council in making informed decisions would be appreciated. These should be left at the municipal office the week prior to your meeting with Council so that copies can be made for the agenda packages.
  • At the meeting you attend, Council members will listen to your presentation and ask any questions of you to help them clearly understand. A decision may or may not be made at that meeting. Depending on the request it may be added to the next agenda to give administration sufficient time to research, if necessary.


Village of Clive IDP 2018 Adopted June 25, 2018

Clive Municipal Development Plan (Adopted May 25 2020)

Community Sustainability Plan – CLIVE



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