Here’s How Residents of Burlington Can Get More Involved in the City
If you're a Burlington resident who has been wanting to be more involved in the city, your opportunity has come.
According to the city, Burlington is now accepting volunteer applications for some committees and boards.
"Getting involved with a board or committee is a great way to get involved and provide insight that will go to staff, Mayor and City Councillors," Danielle Manton, Manager of Election and Committee Services, said in a recent press release.
"You don't have to be an expert in any of the committee topics, you just need to have an interest in helping your city."
Applications for local boards and committees can be found online, at City Hall and city facilities.
Applications can be submitted until Friday, Nov. 23.
For more information about citizen committees or to apply for a volunteer position, contact the Clerks Department at 905-335-7600, ext. 7481 or visit burlington.ca/citizens.
New opportunities will be posted in 2019.
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