Age friendly

The Age Friendly Committee has been a Standing Committee of Council over he past 8 to 10 years. They focus on both intergenerational activities as well as focused activities for all age groups in the community. They have completed projects such as cooking, sewing, crafting, group tours, as well as mentoring for younger members of the community. If you are interested in learning more about this committee, please contact Age Friendly coordinator Raechelle Moss at Visit the Age Friendly Facebook Page at

Gambo sports and recreation

The Gambo Sports and Recreation Committee has completed numerous projects over the years for residents focusing on health, wellness, and fitness. They have put a tremendous amount of effort and time into the Fun-n-Sun which includes an outdoor rink, a playground, and a volleyball court. In collaboration with Smallwood Academy, the have provided funding funding for a playground set at the school, as well as hosting events at the Track and Field located next to the school. If you are interested in joining the committee, please contact Recreation Director Amy Tiller at Visit the Sports and Recreation Facebook Page at


The Smallwood Era Development Corporation is an Advisory Committee of Council that focuses on the economic development of the community. SEDCOR has three distinct pillars: tourism, heritage, and the Smallwood Trails System located within the community. If you are interested in joining the committee, please contact Economic Development Officer Amy Tiller at Visit SEDCOR's Facebook Page at

gambo fire department

Since 1969 the Gambo Fire Department has been serving the residents of Gambo in both fire and emergency services as well as many acts of volunteerism for various events in the community. The department currently has a full complement of 32 members. We are thankful each and every day for the services they provide to our community. Visit the Gambo Fire Department Facebook Group at

gambo sensory trail

The Gambo Sensory Trail is a relatively new Advisory Committee to Council. Located on the Logger's Memorial Trail, the Sensory Trail focuses on activities that are inclusive for all members of the community, including those with disabilities or sensory disorders. If you would like to join the Sensory Trail Committee, please contact Amy Tiller at