Why do we need public participation?
Good decision-making is critical to the future of our community. Inviting the public to participate and provide feedback on issues and problems in Pitt Meadows allows for a variety of perspectives that can help us create creative solutions. Working together, we can build stronger relationships between the City and citizens to ensure Pitt Meadows is headed in the right direction and retains the characteristics we love about the community.
How can you get involved?
The City uses different ways of gathering input from residents. Look for opportunities such as:
- Open houses
- Focus groups
- Public feedback meetings and activities
- Steering committees and advisory committees
You can also appear at a Council meeting as a delegate.
Current participation opportunities
See what current issues the City is seeking input on.
Safety & Security in Pitt Meadows - Join the community dialogue on March 25 at the Pitt Meadows Seniors Centre from 10am to 2:30pm.
Council Committees - The City is currently accepting applications for residents to serve on Council-appointed committees until March 31. Find out more.
Canada 150 Mosaic Mural - The City is one of 150 communities across Canada who will come together to create a community mural celebrating our heritage as part of Canada's 150th anniversary. What should our mural look like? Submit your ideas by April 1! Find out more.