Community Safety Hub Opens
The City of Prince George and its partners launched the Community Safety Hub in the downtown area on April 6 to help improve the health and safety of unsheltered homeless. The Hub will also support service coordination between local and provincial government agencies and community organizations responding to social issues like homelessness, substance abuse, and mental illness.
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The purpose of the Select Committee on a Safe, Clean, and Inclusive Community is to advise Council and City Staff on priorities and strategies related to key issues and work required to be done to address social issues throughout Prince George, with a focus on the downtown core.
In providing its advice, the Committee will endeavour to strengthen communication and collaboration between the City of Prince George and its business, government and non-profit partners while informing the development of a Safe, Clean, and Inclusive Community Strategy for the City of Prince George.
Schedule, Agendas, and Minutes
1100 Patricia Boulevard
Prince George, BC V2L 3V9
Phone: 311 (or 250-561-7600 outside city limits)
The committee will be comprised of a maximum of 15 members with the Mayor as chair and:
Nine (9) Representative Members
- Prince George Chamber of Commerce
- Downtown Prince George
- Gateway Business Improvement Association
- Prince George R.C.M.P.
- Northern Health Authority
- B.C. Housing
- Association Advocating for Women and Community (AWAC)
- Prince George Native Friendship Centre
- Prince George Business Owners Advocacy Group
Five (5) Community Members
Community members are expected to have knowledge and experience related to Prince George social issues, with emphasis on the downtown area, and be familiar with the impacts on, and responsibilities of, various levels of government, non-profit organizations, and businesses for alleviating those issues.
- Lynne Brown
- Paul Burry
- David McMullen
- Shelby Petersen
- Daniel Roy