Municipal Office

ADVISORY BOARDS AND COMMITTEES FOR 2014-2018


In   January, 2015, the Council of the Corporation of the Township of Scugog will   be appointing members of the public to fill vacancies on local boards and   committees.  Each board and committee   has a specific mandate and generally meets monthly or on an as required basis.  Membership appointments are for a four year   term. 

 In   order to qualify you must be an eligible voter in the Township of Scugog (18   years of age and a Canadian Citizen).    Youth members are encouraged to participate on all advisory committees   as non-voting members.    

 All   applicants must complete the relevant form available at the Clerk’s Department,   Township of Scugog, 181 Perry St., Port Perry or on the website at www.scugog.ca

 

ADVISORY   COMMITTEES

Committee   Description

Appointees

Accessibility   Advisory Committee

  • provides advice   on the identification, removal and prevention of barriers to people with   disabilities
  • assists with   the preparation of the Accessibility Plan, reviews site plans and promotes   accessibility through publications.

2 members

 

Blackstock Recreation Advisory Committee

  • identify and   respond to issues that may affect the operation of the Complex and the Old   Town Hall
  • provide advice   on the operations, and promote the activities and programs offered by the   Complex and Old Town Hall.

5 members

 

Grants Advisory

  • research   external grants available from other levels of government and organizations
  • communicate   grant availability and information to the community
  • allocate   community grants provided by the Township of Scugog in accordance with the   Community Grant Policy

4 members

Public Art   Advisory Committee

  • advise on all   aspects of the Public Art Policy, planning, education and promotion as well   as the acceptance of new donations and projects

1 members

Scugog   Seniors Advisory Committee

  • advocate for   seniors interests related to health, recreation, transportation, housing and   service needs
  • provide a forum   for discussing and resolving issues affecting seniors

3 members

 

 

For further information, please contact the Clerk's Dept. at 905.905.7346

 

Application for Appointment

Durham Region Transit Advisory Committee

Durham Region Transit (DRT) Commission is seeking members of the community to serve on the Transit Advisory Committee (TAC).

Refer to Scope of Activities/Membership here