Various positions in Richmond’s advisory committees are now accepting applications and Richmond residents are encouraged to volunteer for them.
There are more than 90 positions in the advisory committees are accepting applications.
According to Mayor Malcolm Brodie, the committees are an “important aspect” of the local government.
“The expertise and insights shared from the members on these committees directly help establish strategy and decisions that impact current and future residents,” said Brodie.
“With over 20 committees, there is sur to be one that falls in the area of our many residents’ interest – from intercultural harmony, childcare, seniors, the environment, arts, agriculture and the economy.”
Council appointed roles will begin in 2021 and are voluntary with no remuneration.
Deadline for applications and resume submission is 5 p.m. on Sept. 21.
Information on the various committees, and mandates and terms of reference can be found at Richmond.ca/cityhall/council/boards/advisory or call 604-276-4007.