Public Meetings

The health and development of all aspects of a community is the responsibility of citizens as well as that of government and industry. Citizens involvement in municipal decisions and plans can provide valuable feedback for City staff, create broad-based support for projects and initiatives, identify community needs, and contribute to a more inclusive and democratic City. The number of public meetings organized by the City Clerk's office (e.g. Council meetings, advisory committee meetings) is a measure of the public's access to decision-making, and the City aims to see an upward trend over time.

For this and other sustainability indicators, see the City's [Sustainability Dashboard.] (http://dashboard.surrey.ca/#government/publicmeetings)

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First Published Date January 30, 2014
Maintainer Sustainability Office
Data Update Frequency Yearly

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