Coquitlam seeks volunteers for advisory committees

Deadline for applications is Dec. 30

Volunteers are needed to join the city of Coquitlam's advisory committees next year.

According to a press release, the input residents provide helps shape city policy and gives volunteers a unique opportunity to share their experiences and expertise with municipal staff.

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In 2019, participants are being sought for the:

• Culture Services Advisory Committee;

• Economic Development Advisory Committee;

• Multiculturalism Advisory Committee;

• Riverview Lands Advisory Committee;

• Sports Advisory Committee;

• Sustainability and Environmental Advisory Committee;

• and the Universal Access-Ability Advisory Committee.

Residents interested in joining a committee must live in the municipality and should be prepared to serve the full term between January and December 2019. Meetings are typically held on a monthly or bi-monthly basis and take place on a weekday evening.

Application packages can be found online at or picked up at Coquitalm City Hall (City Clerk's Office, 2nd floor, 3000 Guildford Way). The deadline for submissions is 5 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 30.

• For more information email or call 604-927-3026.


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