The Town of Orangeville is seeking volunteers from its adult and youth residents to fill vacancies on the following committees:
Arts and Culture Committee
This committee partners with key stakeholders to:
- increase the overall level of arts activity in the Town of Orangeville
- support major arts and culture events in the Town
- support growth and development of new and emerging young artists
- support and promote existing arts and culture initiatives
- recognize the contribution that arts and culture provides to the community through the organization of an annual Arts and Culture Awards event
- provide a forum for ideas to make Orangeville a vibrant centre and destination.
The Events Committee will make recommendations to Council regarding Town Council sponsored community events and will contribute to the oversight of those events. The Committee will also provide recommendations regarding other community events not directly sponsored by town council and perform liaison duties between Town Council and those event sponsors.
Orangeville Seniors/Age Friendly Community Committee
The purpose of this Committee is to review, seek input and make recommendations to Council on matters affecting the seniors of the Town of Orangeville. The committee will establish lines of communication for seniors; provide an opportunity for seniors to bring forth concerns, make constructive suggestions and be involved in the solution; determine issues affecting seniors as a whole; provide a service and a voice for seniors; provide a focus for ideas to make Orangeville a welcome place for seniors to live.
Orangeville Sustainability Action Team (OSAT)
The purpose of this Committee is to assist in the development, implementation and promotion of environmentally sustainable practices within the Town of Orangeville in order to reduce the Town’s environmental impact and improve the quality of life of its residents, now and in the future.
Meetings will be held at the Municipal Offices, 87 Broadway. Application Forms are available from the reception desk at the municipal offices, or the Town’s website www.orangeville.ca (Town Hall, Council, Committees, Boards and Committees Application).
If you require further information, please contact Susan Lankheit, Deputy Clerk, at 941-0440 Ext. 2223, e-mail [email protected].
Completed applications must be received in the Clerk’s Department, Municipal Offices, 87 Broadway, Orangeville, ON L9W 1K1, no later than 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, June 22, 2017.