These committees made up of citizens and City Council members meet on a regular basis to submit ideas and make recommendations so that the City’s services and directions are constantly more geared toward citizens’ needs.
Calls for candidates for these committees are held throughout the year and posted on the City’s website.
The committees :
The Committee’s mandate is to promote public art throughout the City of Pointe-Claire, to generate ideas, concepts and themes for public art projects and to provide advice and recommendations to City Council for the development of public art projects. It proposes and recommends sites and locations for public art projects and ensures the implementation of the mural policy and the public art policy throughout the City of Pointe-Claire. It makes recommendations on the maintenance of existing public art within the City and monitors the maintenance of City-owned public art through the Art Gallery manager.
The general mandate of the Committee is to provide advice and recommendations to City Council and the City administration on any matter that will enable the Library to improve its services in order to meet the needs of the public.
The Committee’s mandate is to submit recommendations to City Council regarding any action to be considered with respect to the environment and sustainable development as well as the development of new policies and the improvement of existing policies. It also contributes to initiatives and efforts to raise awareness and educate citizens about the environment and sustainable development.
The mandate of the Board is to provide advice and recommendations to City Council and the administration on any matter that will enable the City to consider proposals for improving its activities, facilities, policies, programs and services to meet the needs of youth.
The committee’s mandate is to encourage and promote cultural services in the community.
The role of the committee is to study and make recommendations to City Council on any matter relating to planning, zoning, subdivision and construction that is submitted to it by City Council, the City Manager or the Planning Department.