October 26 2021

CHMP Virtual Public Open House

July 30 2021

Steering Committee applicant deadline

The Town of Halton Hills is seeking up to six (6) volunteers interested in serving on the Steering Committee for the Cultural Heritage Master Plan. The Town is undertaking this process to provide the tools to identify, protect, and celebrate the Town’s rich and diverse cultural heritage resources, and to provide comprehensive guidance for the management of identified cultural heritage resources.

The review will be a community-integrated process shaped by input from the public and key stakeholders and will be conducted over 24 months.

The role of the Steering Committee will be to:

  • Monitor the progress of the study;
  • Provide comments during the study process;
  • Assist with issue identification and resolution;
  • Liaise with respective organizations or communities; and,
  • Increase awareness of the project and seek broader community input.

Eligibility Criteria
To be eligible to serve on the Steering Committee, applicants must:

  • Be a resident, business owner, or land owner in the Town of Halton Hills;
  • Be over the age of 18 years;
  • Demonstrate a strong interest in the Town’s cultural heritage; and,
  • Not be employed by the Town of Halton Hills.

How To Apply
By the deadline of 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, July 8, 2021, applicants must:

  • Complete the ‘Application for Volunteer Committee Members’ form for the Cultural Heritage Master Plan Steering Committee on the Town’s website at haltonhills.ca/JoinCommittees; and,
  • Submit the volunteer application to Melissa Lawr, Deputy Clerk-Legislation, by email at melissal@haltonhills.ca, or by mail at 1 Halton Hills Drive, Halton Hills, ON, L7G 5G2.

For more information, contact 905-873-2600, ext. 2358.