• Jan 17, 2014

    Serve your Community on the City's Advisory Commissions

    Application for Appointment to Council's Advisory Commissions

    Interested in helping Campbell River move forward?

    Make your point. Be heard. And help shape Campbell River’s future by applying to serve on the City’s advisory commissions.

    Last year City Council established two new commissions, with appointments ranging from one to three years to ensure continuity in membership. The one-year appointments are now coming up for renewal, and members of the public with the required experience and expertise are encouraged to apply. 

    Community Services, Recreation and Culture Commission (CSRCC) 

    This year there are four appointments to be made to the CSRCC. The commission requires applicants with the following experience and expertise:

    • Community support services
    • Organized sports
    • Public safety
    • Seniors and youth programs 

    The CSRCC provides policy advice and recommendations to City Council for the planning and provision of City parks, recreation and culture services, early childhood development, seniors and youth programs, community support services, organized sports, visual arts, performing arts, heritage conservation, outdoor recreation, community beautification and community safety. 

    Advisory Planning and Environment Commission (APEC) 

    There are three appointments to be made to the APEC. APEC requires applicants with the following experience and expertise:

    • Economics and finance
    • Sustainability, conservation and environment
    • Social issues impacting the City 

    The APEC provides policy advice and recommendations to City Council on various issues related to long-range planning such as the Official Community Plan, land use and development planning, permitting and development application processes, transportation planning and environmental and sustainability issues. 

    Terms for these positions are three years, starting April 1, 2014 through to March 31, 2017. 

    Information and applications are at City Hall or at www.campbellriver.ca 

    Apply today! Deadline is 4:30 PM Friday, January 31, 2014. 

    Questions? Please contact Tracy Bate, Deputy City Clerk at 250-286-5705 or email tracy.bate@campbellriver.ca

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Serve your Community on the City's Advisory Commissions

by Hope Ross | Jan 17, 2014

Application for Appointment to Council's Advisory Commissions

Interested in helping Campbell River move forward?

Make your point. Be heard. And help shape Campbell River’s future by applying to serve on the City’s advisory commissions.

Last year City Council established two new commissions, with appointments ranging from one to three years to ensure continuity in membership. The one-year appointments are now coming up for renewal, and members of the public with the required experience and expertise are encouraged to apply. 

Community Services, Recreation and Culture Commission (CSRCC) 

This year there are four appointments to be made to the CSRCC. The commission requires applicants with the following experience and expertise:

  • Community support services
  • Organized sports
  • Public safety
  • Seniors and youth programs 

The CSRCC provides policy advice and recommendations to City Council for the planning and provision of City parks, recreation and culture services, early childhood development, seniors and youth programs, community support services, organized sports, visual arts, performing arts, heritage conservation, outdoor recreation, community beautification and community safety. 

Advisory Planning and Environment Commission (APEC) 

There are three appointments to be made to the APEC. APEC requires applicants with the following experience and expertise:

  • Economics and finance
  • Sustainability, conservation and environment
  • Social issues impacting the City 

The APEC provides policy advice and recommendations to City Council on various issues related to long-range planning such as the Official Community Plan, land use and development planning, permitting and development application processes, transportation planning and environmental and sustainability issues. 

Terms for these positions are three years, starting April 1, 2014 through to March 31, 2017. 

Information and applications are at City Hall or at www.campbellriver.ca 

Apply today! Deadline is 4:30 PM Friday, January 31, 2014. 

Questions? Please contact Tracy Bate, Deputy City Clerk at 250-286-5705 or email tracy.bate@campbellriver.ca