Burlington looking for local residents to sit on city committees and boards

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Published November 15, 2021 at 1:02 pm

Wanted: Burlington residents who are interested volunteering to sit on a city committee or board.

The City of Burlington is looking for community members who will play a key role in providing advice and feedback to council and staff on a variety of city issues.

“Sitting on a local board or committee provides a unique opportunity to directly impact the future of your city,” said city clerk Kevin Arjoon.

“We are looking for volunteers who represent the diversity in our community to lend us their expertise and ideas to help make a difference in our community.”

Residents over 18 years of age, representing the diverse backgrounds of our community are encouraged to apply.

According to the city, participating on a committee provides a unique opportunity to:

  • Lend your voice and expertise to help shape decisions and services that impact the community
  • Expand your network and meet new people
  • Gain a broader understanding of how municipal government works

The City of Burlington has more than 18 boards and committees on a variety of issues, including heritage, accessibility, diversity and the environment.

Applications are being accepted until Nov. 26 at the city website.

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