My name is Tim Cartmell and I have served the residents of Ward pihêsiwin (formerly Ward 9) for the past term on Council in the great city of Edmonton, Alberta.
I want to thank you all for your support and for putting your trust in me to serve our community for the next term. I am grateful for all the individuals who made their voices heard by getting out to vote.
Tim was first elected to Edmonton City Council in 2017. He is a Professional Engineer and small business owner. His business is about designing and managing building projects, including past projects like the Expo Centre for Northlands and three seniors lodges for the Greater Edmonton Foundation. Prior to serving in public office Tim also worked for Alberta’s Treasury Board.
Giving back to the community has always been very important to Tim. He has over three decades of community volunteer experience, including various community league roles, coaching minor hockey, and various roles on discipline and practice standards committees with his professional association (APEGA).
In 2013, he received the APEGA Summit Award for Community Service and in 2014, he received the Engineers Canada Meritorious Service Award.
Tim and his wife, Cathy, were born and raised in Edmonton and live in South Edmonton with their three children: Matthew, Riana and Justin.
Tim currently serves as: Chair of Utility Committee; Member of Urban Planning Committee; Mayor Sohi’s alternate for the Edmonton Metropolitan Region Board (EMRB) - Committee of the Whole and Governance and HR Committee; Member of the EMRB Metropolitan Region Servicing Standing Committee; Member of EMRB Growth Plan Five-Year Interim Review Task Force; Member of the Alberta Municipalities Infrastructure Committee; Member of the Board of Directors for the Fort Edmonton Park Management Company; Council Liaison Appointment for the GEF Seniors Housing Board of Directors; Alternate Shareholder Representative for Edmonton Global; and and Member of the Board of Directors for Do North Events/World Triathlon Series.
Tim cares about his community and is now ensuring that the voices of Ward pihêsiwin's residents are heard at City Council.