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Getting involved can help make change for the better in our community. Research shows that people who live in communities that have strong volunteer participation enjoy better health, suffer less crime, and claim to be "very satisfied" with their lives.

There are many ways to provide your feedback, participate in programs and be an advocate for your community.

Ways to provide your feedback

Online

Browse the current projects on this site and share input as engagement opportunities become available.

In person at engagement events

Events are often hosted to share information and gather input from residents and stakeholders. Information about these opportunities is shared via news releases, PSAs, social media, and email.

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At a public hearing

Public hearings are held every second Tuesday to invite public input on specific bylaws being considered by Council. These include property development zoning changes. Attend a public hearing and provide an opinion on the specific topic under discussion.

View public hearing schedule

Submit written input

Unable to attend a public hearing? Submit your thoughts about a particular public hearing/public input item in writing.

Take action in your neighbourhood

Also see our volunteer opportunities.

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Sign up for e-updates

Getting involved can help make change for the better in our community. Research shows that people who live in communities that have strong volunteer participation enjoy better health, suffer less crime, and claim to be "very satisfied" with their lives.

There are many ways to provide your feedback, participate in programs and be an advocate for your community.

Ways to provide your feedback

Online

Browse the current projects on this site and share input as engagement opportunities become available.

In person at engagement events

Events are often hosted to share information and gather input from residents and stakeholders. Information about these opportunities is shared via news releases, PSAs, social media, and email.

Sign up for e-updates

At a public hearing

Public hearings are held every second Tuesday to invite public input on specific bylaws being considered by Council. These include property development zoning changes. Attend a public hearing and provide an opinion on the specific topic under discussion.

View public hearing schedule

Submit written input

Unable to attend a public hearing? Submit your thoughts about a particular public hearing/public input item in writing.

Take action in your neighbourhood

Also see our volunteer opportunities.

Sign up for e-updates

Sign up for e-updates