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Allan Seabrooke

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Allan Seabrooke - Biography

Allan Seabrooke was born in Peterborough, Ontario. Allan received his Masters of Science in Parks and Recreation Administration at Trent University – a career path that lead him to elected appointments with the Ontario Park Association, Ontario Research Council on Leisure and Parks Recreation Ontario. He also completed his Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Urban Planning and more recently an Executive Management Certificate from Queens University. He is an accomplished Senior Executive, having managed municipal services from a broad range of cities such as Peterborough, Waterloo, Markham, Mississauga, and Aurora in Ontario before assuming the City Manager position in Red Deer. Private sector business partnerships complements his municipal career, as the Chief Operating Officer for twelve years with Leisurewear Canada.

In 2015, Allan assumed the role of Chief Administration Officer for the City of Peterborough. There he oversaw the administration for the municipality managing a staff of 1,050 employees and an annual budget of approximately 350 million.

In 2019, The City of Red Deer successfully attracted Allan as the City Manager. Allan is responsible for managing and coordinating 18 business units, providing a full range of municipal services with a staff of 1,200 employees and an annual budget of approximately 500 million.

Allan is married to Teresa, a registered practical nurse and together they have one son. Allan and Teresa are avid travellers and leisure interests include golfing, hiking and biking.

News & Notices

Mayors met earlier today with Minister..

September 24, 2020

Since the announcement from Alberta Health Services regarding plans to consolidate EMS Dispatch Services, the Mayors of municipalities affected have been working together to stop these changes.

Applications open for one-time FCSS

September 23, 2020

The Red Deer & District Family & Community Support Services (FCSS) Board is now accepting funding applications to build capacity for community resource navigation.

South bank trail closure extended

September 22, 2020

A portion of the south bank trail from Taylor Drive to CPR Pedestrian Bridge, adjacent to the Water Treatment Plant, will remain closed until November 1, 2020 to allow for completion of in-river work.