Since the municipal elections are over, many times for a city to function well, just choosing your candidate is not enough. There is always a need for citizens to get more involved.
In Boisbriand, the members of the municipal council invited citizens to sit on the various committees and commissions, adopted last January, in order to make fair and informed choices that meet the residents’ concerns. There exist a multitude of different extremely important committees affecting everyday life in the city presenting citizens with a wonderful opportunity to shape the future of how things are run.
“Boisbriand is constantly evolving and it does so with you! Commissions and committees deal with issues that affect you directly. We want to hear from you in order to offer you a pleasant, safe living environment close to your values! “, said the mayoress Christine Beaudette.
These commissions and committees are made up of elected officials, municipal employees and citizens. Their mandates consist of making recommendations in their sector of activity and submitting them to the Board. The number of meetings varies between six and twelve per year.
The seats to be filled concern the following committees and commissions in the city of Boisbriand: Family and Seniors and Community Life, Committee Civil Security and Fire Service, the Environment Commission, the Commission for a Safe City, the Monitoring Committee for the Cultural Policy Action Plan, and finally, the Advisory Committee for urban planning and toponymy
Citizens can consult boisbriand.ca to find out which profiles they are looking for and to obtain further information. To submit an application, it is necessary to complete the online form no later than March 22. It is also possible to obtain a printed version at the reception of the town hall and at the library.