Prince George Heritage Commission Recruiting
The City is accepting applications, for appointments by City Council, of up to six (6) community members to serve on the Commission for a two-year term beginning March 1, 2020.
The Commission is responsible for undertaking heritage education and awareness activities, and reviewing and reporting to City Council and Staff on matters of heritage significance within the City.
Deadline for applications is Friday, February 7, 2020 at 5:00 p.m.
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Committees, boards, and commissions meet to discuss important issues that affect the City of Prince George. Some groups form through citizen engagement while others - such as the Prince George Public Library Board - come together through provincial legislative mandate.
These groups function to help the City operate as a representative, efficient, and transparent local government and Council Committees are directed by way of individual Terms of Reference and the Committees, Commissions, and Boards Procedures Manual.
Committees and Boards
The Advisory Committee on Accessibility helps formulate and promote strategies and actions to create and maintain a barrier-free community.
DEVELOPMENT & DESIGN
The Advisory Committee on Development Design provides impartial advice on development or policy affecting the community’s physical environment.
The Prince George Heritage Commission advises protecting, conserving, and interpreting heritage resources in the community.
The Board is responsible for providing library services and programs in Prince George and for establishing library policies, goals, and objectives.
The Select Committee on Poverty Reduction advises the Mayor, Council and City Staff on priorities, policies, and strategies affecting poverty reduction.
The Select Committee on a Safe, Clean, and Inclusive Downtown advises Council and City Staff on addressing social issues throughout Prince George (with a focus on the downtown core).
FINANCE & AUDIT
The Standing Committee on Finance and Audit discusses issues related to the City’s financial and purchasing functions.
It also reviews the City’s financial auditing processes.
The Standing Committee on Intergovernmental Resolutions develops resolutions on issues that may be advanced by Council for consideration government conventions.