Trails Advisory Committee
The Trails Advisory Committee assists in creating a high quality, all season series of trails contributing to this area's development as a world-class destination, while connecting all areas of our community by a safe, off-road, multi-use trail system.
The Trails Advisory Committee is responsible for providing recommendations to the Community Services Standing Committee on the development of policies and programs in the area of trails, in accordance with approved corporate strategic objectives.
The Committee shall consist of seven (7) voting citizen members, Director of Parks, Recreation and Culture, or designateand a Recording Secretary. The term of office of a citizen member shall be for not longer than three years, with eligibility for reappointment. Citizen members are appointed in accordance with the corporate policy known as “Recruitment and Selection – Committee/Local Committee Appointments”.
Key Qualifications & Eligibility Requirements of Citizen Members include:
Meetings of the Trails Advisory Committee shall generally be held monthly or at the call of the Chair, with the provision that at least four meetings shall be held per year. The Advisory Committee shall generally establish a regular meeting schedule that may be reviewed from time to time.