City of Burlington Community Calendar


Jun 03

Burlington Mundialization Committee (Cancelled)

The Burlington Mundialization Committee is a committee made up of community volunteers and reports to City Council through the Environment, Infrastructure and Community Services Committee. In 1984, a Mundialization Committee of volunteer citizens was formed in Burlington to pursue twinning with another country. A by-law was passed in 1985 to declare Burlington a "World Community" dedicated to international co-operation (mundialization) and that the City of Burlington, as part of its Mundialization program, proceed: (a) to undertake a twinning program with a municipality in another country, and (b) to fly the United Nations flag with the Canadian flag from City Hall at all times. On May 12, 1989, Mayor Bird signed a twinning agreement with Mayor Kurihara of Itabashi, Japan. On May 6, 2005, Mayor MacIsaac signed a twinning agreement with Mayor de Graaf of Apeldoorn, the Netherlands. For any additional information, please see www.Burlington.ca/mund. Please note this Committee meeting is not webcasted. There is no link to a video at HTML- Minutes and Video. 


Jun 03

Mayor's Millennial Advisory Committee (April 1, May 6, and June 3 meetings are Cancelled)

Mar. 4 – Room 305
Apr. 1 – Room 305
May 6 – Room 309
Jun. 3 – Room 309
Jul. 2 – Room 247
Sep. 2 – Room 309
Sep. 30 – Room 305
Nov. 4 – Room 305
Dec. 2 – Room 305



Jun 03

Burlington Mundialization Committee (Cancelled)

The Burlington Mundialization Committee is a committee made up of community volunteers and reports to City Council through the Environment, Infrastructure and Community Services Committee. In 1984, a Mundialization Committee of volunteer citizens was formed in Burlington to pursue twinning with another country. A by-law was passed in 1985 to declare Burlington a "World Community" dedicated to international co-operation (mundialization) and that the City of Burlington, as part of its Mundialization program, proceed: (a) to undertake a twinning program with a municipality in another country, and (b) to fly the United Nations flag with the Canadian flag from City Hall at all times. On May 12, 1989, Mayor Bird signed a twinning agreement with Mayor Kurihara of Itabashi, Japan. On May 6, 2005, Mayor MacIsaac signed a twinning agreement with Mayor de Graaf of Apeldoorn, the Netherlands. For any additional information, please see www.Burlington.ca/mund. Please note this Committee meeting is not webcasted. There is no link to a video at HTML- Minutes and Video. 


Jun 03

Mayor's Millennial Advisory Committee (April 1, May 6, and June 3 meetings are Cancelled)

Mar. 4 – Room 305
Apr. 1 – Room 305
May 6 – Room 309
Jun. 3 – Room 309
Jul. 2 – Room 247
Sep. 2 – Room 309
Sep. 30 – Room 305
Nov. 4 – Room 305
Dec. 2 – Room 305



Jun 04

Burlington Downtown Parking Advisory Committee (Cancelled)

The Downtown Parking Committee (DPC), an advisory Committee of Council, was created on April 28, 2003. The DPC provides comments and advice to the Planning and Development Committee on strategies and policies that affect the development and delivery of parking services in Downtown Burlington


Jun 04

Burlington Downtown Parking Advisory Committee (Cancelled)

The Downtown Parking Committee (DPC), an advisory Committee of Council, was created on April 28, 2003. The DPC provides comments and advice to the Planning and Development Committee on strategies and policies that affect the development and delivery of parking services in Downtown Burlington


Jun 04

Telephone Town Hall: COVID-19 Response and Support

On Thursday, June 4, between 6 and 7:30 p.m., the City of Burlington will hold another telephone town hall event to share information and answer resident questions about what summer in the city will look like during the current COVID-19 situation.

Join Mayor Marianne Meed Ward, members of City Council, and a panel of local leaders to help answer your questions about COVID-19 and our city.

How to Participate

Residents who would like to participate in the town hall can do so in the following ways:

  1. Register in advance: Burlington residential phone numbers will be randomly selected to be part of the telephone town hall. Residents who would like to be added to the telephone call list can email getinvolved@burlington.ca by the end of day on June 3.

Please note: if you registered for either of the two previous town halls (held on March 26 and April 14), you are not required to register your phone number a second time.

  1. Join by telephone: Anyone who does not receive a telephone invitation can call 1-800-779-7154 just before 6 p.m. on Thursday, June 4 to join the town hall. For those individuals calling in, please be advised more than one attempt may be required due to the high volume of traffic on the phone lines. If the first call does not connect, please hang up and dial the 1-800 number again.

Once the call begins, a moderator will provide participants with instructions for how to submit their questions to the leadership panel.

Any questions not answered during the call will be posted, with answers, to the City’s website at burlington.ca/townhall, along with an audio file and full transcript of the call after June 4.



Jun 04

Telephone Town Hall: COVID-19 Response and Support

On Thursday, June 4, between 6 and 7:30 p.m., the City of Burlington will hold another telephone town hall event to share information and answer resident questions about what summer in the city will look like during the current COVID-19 situation.

Join Mayor Marianne Meed Ward, members of City Council, and a panel of local leaders to help answer your questions about COVID-19 and our city.

How to Participate

Residents who would like to participate in the town hall can do so in the following ways:

  1. Register in advance: Burlington residential phone numbers will be randomly selected to be part of the telephone town hall. Residents who would like to be added to the telephone call list can email getinvolved@burlington.ca by the end of day on June 3.

Please note: if you registered for either of the two previous town halls (held on March 26 and April 14), you are not required to register your phone number a second time.

  1. Join by telephone: Anyone who does not receive a telephone invitation can call 1-800-779-7154 just before 6 p.m. on Thursday, June 4 to join the town hall. For those individuals calling in, please be advised more than one attempt may be required due to the high volume of traffic on the phone lines. If the first call does not connect, please hang up and dial the 1-800 number again.

Once the call begins, a moderator will provide participants with instructions for how to submit their questions to the leadership panel.

Any questions not answered during the call will be posted, with answers, to the City’s website at burlington.ca/townhall, along with an audio file and full transcript of the call after June 4.



Jun 08

Environment, Infrastructure and Community Services Committee- Virtual

Due to COVID-19 this meeting will be conducted as a virtual meeting. Only the chair of the meeting, along with a clerk and audio/visual technician, will be in council chambers, with all other staff, members of council and delegations participating in the meeting by calling in remotely. The meeting will be live webcasted, as usual, and archived on the city website. Requests to delegate to this virtual meeting can be made by completing the online delegation registration form at www.burlington.ca/delegate or by submitting a written request by email to the Clerks Department at clerks@burlington.ca by noon the day before the meeting is to be held. All requests to delegate must contain a copy of the delegate’s intended remarks which will be circulated to all Members of Committee in advance as a backup should any technology issues occur.  If you do not wish to delegate, but would like to submit feedback, please email your comments to clerks@burlington.ca. Your comments will be circulated to committee members in advance of the meeting and will be attached to the minutes, forming part of the public record.

Click on the meeting title above for meeting details and to view any changes to the agenda. Meeting video expected to be posted within 24 hours. Scheduled Mondays at 9:30 a.m., 1 p.m. and/or 6:30 p.m. (if required). The Environment, Infrastructure and Community Services Committee reports to Council on matters under the jurisdiction of the capital works; recreation services; roads, parks and forestry; and fire departments. Meeting agendas, dates or times may change. To verify information contact the clerks department at 905-335-7600 Ext. 7481



Jun 08

Environment, Infrastructure and Community Services Committee- Virtual

Due to COVID-19 this meeting will be conducted as a virtual meeting. Only the chair of the meeting, along with a clerk and audio/visual technician, will be in council chambers, with all other staff, members of council and delegations participating in the meeting by calling in remotely. The meeting will be live webcasted, as usual, and archived on the city website. Requests to delegate to this virtual meeting can be made by completing the online delegation registration form at www.burlington.ca/delegate or by submitting a written request by email to the Clerks Department at clerks@burlington.ca by noon the day before the meeting is to be held. All requests to delegate must contain a copy of the delegate’s intended remarks which will be circulated to all Members of Committee in advance as a backup should any technology issues occur.  If you do not wish to delegate, but would like to submit feedback, please email your comments to clerks@burlington.ca. Your comments will be circulated to committee members in advance of the meeting and will be attached to the minutes, forming part of the public record.

Click on the meeting title above for meeting details and to view any changes to the agenda. Meeting video expected to be posted within 24 hours. Scheduled Mondays at 9:30 a.m., 1 p.m. and/or 6:30 p.m. (if required). The Environment, Infrastructure and Community Services Committee reports to Council on matters under the jurisdiction of the capital works; recreation services; roads, parks and forestry; and fire departments. Meeting agendas, dates or times may change. To verify information contact the clerks department at 905-335-7600 Ext. 7481



Jun 08

Regular meeting of the Committee of Adjustment (Postponed)

Committee of Adjustment meetings have been post postponed for the foreseeable future. Staff, in conjunction with direction from the Province, are exploring alternate methods of conducting Committee of Adjustment that will allow for an open and transparent process while ensuring we are abiding by the public participation component as stipulated under the Planning Act. Please continue to check the City of Burlington Committee of Adjustment webpage burlington.ca/coa for new updates as they become available.

The Committee of Adjustment is an independent body appointed by Council under authority granted by the Province of Ontario. The Committee has seven members and two alternates who are all residents of the City of Burlington.

Learn more about the Committee of Adjustment at burlington.ca/coa


Jun 08

Regular meeting of the Committee of Adjustment (Postponed)

Committee of Adjustment meetings have been post postponed for the foreseeable future. Staff, in conjunction with direction from the Province, are exploring alternate methods of conducting Committee of Adjustment that will allow for an open and transparent process while ensuring we are abiding by the public participation component as stipulated under the Planning Act. Please continue to check the City of Burlington Committee of Adjustment webpage burlington.ca/coa for new updates as they become available.

The Committee of Adjustment is an independent body appointed by Council under authority granted by the Province of Ontario. The Committee has seven members and two alternates who are all residents of the City of Burlington.

Learn more about the Committee of Adjustment at burlington.ca/coa


Jun 09

Community Planning, Regulation and Mobility Committee - Virtual

Due to COVID-19 this meeting will be conducted as a virtual meeting. Only the chair of the meeting, along with a clerk and audio/visual technician, will be in council chambers, with all other staff, members of council and delegations participating in the meeting by calling in remotely. The meeting will be live webcasted, as usual, and archived on the city website. Requests to delegate to this virtual meeting can be made by completing the online delegation registration form at www.burlington.ca/delegate or by submitting a written request by email to the Clerks Department at clerks@burlington.ca by noon the day before the meeting is to be held. All requests to delegate must contain a copy of the delegate’s intended remarks which will be circulated to all Members of Committee in advance as a backup should any technology issues occur.  If you do not wish to delegate, but would like to submit feedback, please email your comments to clerks@burlington.ca. Your comments will be circulated to committee members in advance of the meeting and will be attached to the minutes, forming part of the public record.

Click on the meeting title above for meeting details and to view any changes to the agenda. Meeting video expected to be posted within 24 hours. Scheduled Tuesdays at 9:30 a.m., 1 p.m. and/or 6:30 p.m. (if required). The Community Planning, Regulation and Mobility Committee reports to Council on matters under the jurisdiction of the community planning, building and by-law, transportation and transit departments. Meeting agendas, dates or times may change. To verify information contact the clerks department at 905-335-7600 Ext. 7481.



Jun 09

Community Planning, Regulation and Mobility Committee - Virtual

Due to COVID-19 this meeting will be conducted as a virtual meeting. Only the chair of the meeting, along with a clerk and audio/visual technician, will be in council chambers, with all other staff, members of council and delegations participating in the meeting by calling in remotely. The meeting will be live webcasted, as usual, and archived on the city website. Requests to delegate to this virtual meeting can be made by completing the online delegation registration form at www.burlington.ca/delegate or by submitting a written request by email to the Clerks Department at clerks@burlington.ca by noon the day before the meeting is to be held. All requests to delegate must contain a copy of the delegate’s intended remarks which will be circulated to all Members of Committee in advance as a backup should any technology issues occur.  If you do not wish to delegate, but would like to submit feedback, please email your comments to clerks@burlington.ca. Your comments will be circulated to committee members in advance of the meeting and will be attached to the minutes, forming part of the public record.

Click on the meeting title above for meeting details and to view any changes to the agenda. Meeting video expected to be posted within 24 hours. Scheduled Tuesdays at 9:30 a.m., 1 p.m. and/or 6:30 p.m. (if required). The Community Planning, Regulation and Mobility Committee reports to Council on matters under the jurisdiction of the community planning, building and by-law, transportation and transit departments. Meeting agendas, dates or times may change. To verify information contact the clerks department at 905-335-7600 Ext. 7481.



Jun 10

Audit Committee - Virtual

Due to COVID-19 this meeting will be conducted as a virtual meeting. Only the chair of the meeting, along with a clerk and audio/visual technician, will be in council chambers, with all other staff, members of council and delegations participating in the meeting by calling in remotely. The meeting will be live webcasted, as usual, and archived on the city website. Requests to delegate to this virtual meeting can be made by completing the online delegation registration form at www.burlington.ca/delegate or by submitting a written request by email to the Clerks Department at clerks@burlington.ca by noon the day before the meeting is to be held. All requests to delegate must contain a copy of the delegate’s intended remarks which will be circulated to all Members of Committee in advance as a backup should any technology issues occur.  If you do not wish to delegate, but would like to submit feedback, please email your comments to clerks@burlington.ca. Your comments will be circulated to committee members in advance of the meeting and will be attached to the minutes, forming part of the public record.

Click on the meeting title above for meeting details and to view any changes to the agenda. Meeting video expected to be posted within 24 hours.  Scheduled Wednesdays at 3:30 p.m., Audit Committee meets to study and report to Council on matters relating to financial reporting, accounting policies and practices, risk management, internal control processes and systems, the annual financial statements, all external and internal audit matters, including selection of the external auditor, the annual audit of the city's financial statements and matters recommended by the external auditor and the internal auditor. Meeting agendas, dates or times may change. To verify information contact the clerks department at 905-335-7600 Ext. 7481.


Jun 10

Audit Committee - Virtual

Due to COVID-19 this meeting will be conducted as a virtual meeting. Only the chair of the meeting, along with a clerk and audio/visual technician, will be in council chambers, with all other staff, members of council and delegations participating in the meeting by calling in remotely. The meeting will be live webcasted, as usual, and archived on the city website. Requests to delegate to this virtual meeting can be made by completing the online delegation registration form at www.burlington.ca/delegate or by submitting a written request by email to the Clerks Department at clerks@burlington.ca by noon the day before the meeting is to be held. All requests to delegate must contain a copy of the delegate’s intended remarks which will be circulated to all Members of Committee in advance as a backup should any technology issues occur.  If you do not wish to delegate, but would like to submit feedback, please email your comments to clerks@burlington.ca. Your comments will be circulated to committee members in advance of the meeting and will be attached to the minutes, forming part of the public record.

Click on the meeting title above for meeting details and to view any changes to the agenda. Meeting video expected to be posted within 24 hours.  Scheduled Wednesdays at 3:30 p.m., Audit Committee meets to study and report to Council on matters relating to financial reporting, accounting policies and practices, risk management, internal control processes and systems, the annual financial statements, all external and internal audit matters, including selection of the external auditor, the annual audit of the city's financial statements and matters recommended by the external auditor and the internal auditor. Meeting agendas, dates or times may change. To verify information contact the clerks department at 905-335-7600 Ext. 7481.


Jun 10

Heritage Burlington Advisory Committee (Cancelled)

Heritage Burlington Advisory Committee is a committee made up of community volunteers and reports to City Council through the Community Planning, Regulation & Mobility Committee. The mandate of the committee is to provide advice to Council on issues related to the conservation of Burlington's cultural heritage and to promote community awareness and understanding of Burlington's cultural heritage. For any additional information, please see www.Burlington.ca/heritageburlington.  Please note Advisory Committees are not webcasted. There is no link to a video at HTML-Minutes and Video


Jun 10

Heritage Burlington Advisory Committee (Cancelled)

Heritage Burlington Advisory Committee is a committee made up of community volunteers and reports to City Council through the Community Planning, Regulation & Mobility Committee. The mandate of the committee is to provide advice to Council on issues related to the conservation of Burlington's cultural heritage and to promote community awareness and understanding of Burlington's cultural heritage. For any additional information, please see www.Burlington.ca/heritageburlington.  Please note Advisory Committees are not webcasted. There is no link to a video at HTML-Minutes and Video


Jun 11

Corporate Services, Strategy, Risk and Accountability Committee- Virtual

Due to COVID-19 this meeting will be conducted as a virtual meeting. Only the chair of the meeting, along with a clerk and audio/visual technician, will be in council chambers, with all other staff, members of council and delegations participating in the meeting by calling in remotely. The meeting will be live webcasted, as usual, and archived on the city website. Requests to delegate to this virtual meeting can be made by completing the online delegation registration form at www.burlington.ca/delegate or by submitting a written request by email to the Clerks Department at clerks@burlington.ca by noon the day before the meeting is to be held. All requests to delegate must contain a copy of the delegate’s intended remarks which will be circulated to all Members of Committee in advance as a backup should any technology issues occur.  If you do not wish to delegate, but would like to submit feedback, please email your comments to clerks@burlington.ca. Your comments will be circulated to committee members in advance of the meeting and will be attached to the minutes, forming part of the public record.

Click on the meeting title above for meeting details and to view any changes to the agenda. Meeting video expected to be posted with 24 hours. To verify information contact the clerks department at 905-335-7600 Ext. 7492



Jun 11

Corporate Services, Strategy, Risk and Accountability Committee- Virtual

Due to COVID-19 this meeting will be conducted as a virtual meeting. Only the chair of the meeting, along with a clerk and audio/visual technician, will be in council chambers, with all other staff, members of council and delegations participating in the meeting by calling in remotely. The meeting will be live webcasted, as usual, and archived on the city website. Requests to delegate to this virtual meeting can be made by completing the online delegation registration form at www.burlington.ca/delegate or by submitting a written request by email to the Clerks Department at clerks@burlington.ca by noon the day before the meeting is to be held. All requests to delegate must contain a copy of the delegate’s intended remarks which will be circulated to all Members of Committee in advance as a backup should any technology issues occur.  If you do not wish to delegate, but would like to submit feedback, please email your comments to clerks@burlington.ca. Your comments will be circulated to committee members in advance of the meeting and will be attached to the minutes, forming part of the public record.

Click on the meeting title above for meeting details and to view any changes to the agenda. Meeting video expected to be posted with 24 hours. To verify information contact the clerks department at 905-335-7600 Ext. 7492



Jun 11

Burlington Accessibility Advisory Committee (Cancelled)

Established in 1994, the Burlington Accessibility Advisory Committee (BAAC) is a committee made up of community volunteers and reports to City Council through the Environment, Infrastructure and Community Services Committee. The BAAC provides advice on the identification, removal and prevention of barriers to people with disabilities in the municipality's by-laws, policies, programs and services. The BAAC works in partnership with the City to create the Multi-Year Corporate Accessibility Plan and advises the City on accessibility issues, not only to help remove existing barriers but also to prevent new barriers from being created. It provides input to staff and Council about matters of accessibility. All site plans submitted to the City, including those of the private sector, are reviewed by the BAAC to make sure accessibility is considered before a building is constructed or modified. Members are available to speak to your organization about accessibility, welcoming people with disabilities into your workplace or business, the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act and its regulations. The Committee is a requirement by law through the Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2001 and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005. For any additional information, please see www.Burlington.ca/accessibility. Please note Advisory Committees are not webcasted. There is no link to a video at HTML- Minutes and Video. 


Jun 11

Burlington Accessibility Advisory Committee (Cancelled)

Established in 1994, the Burlington Accessibility Advisory Committee (BAAC) is a committee made up of community volunteers and reports to City Council through the Environment, Infrastructure and Community Services Committee. The BAAC provides advice on the identification, removal and prevention of barriers to people with disabilities in the municipality's by-laws, policies, programs and services. The BAAC works in partnership with the City to create the Multi-Year Corporate Accessibility Plan and advises the City on accessibility issues, not only to help remove existing barriers but also to prevent new barriers from being created. It provides input to staff and Council about matters of accessibility. All site plans submitted to the City, including those of the private sector, are reviewed by the BAAC to make sure accessibility is considered before a building is constructed or modified. Members are available to speak to your organization about accessibility, welcoming people with disabilities into your workplace or business, the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act and its regulations. The Committee is a requirement by law through the Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2001 and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005. For any additional information, please see www.Burlington.ca/accessibility. Please note Advisory Committees are not webcasted. There is no link to a video at HTML- Minutes and Video. 


Jun 17

Millcroft Greens Pre-application Consultation Meeting - Virtual

Millcroft Greens is hosting a consultation meeting to discuss a proposal to redevelop portions of the Millcroft Golf Course. The owners are proposing to develop five parcels of land for residential uses. The intention is to also make design improvements to the existing course layout while retaining an 18-hole golf course.

This consultation meeting is the first step in a comprehensive review of the draft proposal. The purpose of the consultation meeting is to obtain community feedback prior to the submission of any development applications.

During the meeting, the property owners will provide an overview of the proposal and City Staff will provide an overview of the development application review process and how the public can be involved. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions about the various aspects of the proposal and the planning process.

The Pre-application consultation virtual meeting will take place: 

Wednesday June 17, 2020 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. with the video link or call-in phone number to be provided here: www.millcroftgreens.com AND www.burlington.ca/millcroftgreens





Jun 17

Burlington Agricultural and Rural Affairs Advisory Committee (Cancelled)

The Burlington Agricultural and Rural Affairs Advisory Committee is a committee made up of community volunteers and reports to City Council through the Community Planning, Regulation & Mobility Committee. The mandate of the committee is to provide advice to Council on Burlington's agricultural and rural goals, objectives and policies; and to raise community awareness and understanding of agricultural and rural issues as they relate to the city and its activities. Please note Advisory Committees are not webcasted. There is no link to a video at HTML-Minutes and Video.


Jun 17

Burlington Sustainable Development Advisory Committee (Cancelled)

The Burlington Sustainable Development Committee is an advisory committee of Burlington Council. Our role in the community is to promote the principles and objectives of Sustainable Development and to advise and assist City staff and Council members on these issues. We do this by reviewing and commenting on land use policies and development applications, researching sustainable development issues and preparing position papers, and by participating in and hosting special sustainability events. The members of the Burlington Sustainable Development Advisory Committee are volunteer citizens who have been appointed by Council to advise on issues that relate to sustainable development. During the day, we are, or have been, architects, biologists, business people, developers, engineers, musicians, planners, stay-at-home parents, university students and more. Our common ground is our passion to minimize impacts on the environment and the belief that the City of Burlington is a great place to live, work and play. Please note Advisory Committees are not webcasted. There is no link to a video at HTML- Minutes and Video. 


Jun 17

Millcroft Greens Pre-application Consultation Meeting - Virtual

Millcroft Greens is hosting a consultation meeting to discuss a proposal to redevelop portions of the Millcroft Golf Course. The owners are proposing to develop five parcels of land for residential uses. The intention is to also make design improvements to the existing course layout while retaining an 18-hole golf course.

This consultation meeting is the first step in a comprehensive review of the draft proposal. The purpose of the consultation meeting is to obtain community feedback prior to the submission of any development applications.

During the meeting, the property owners will provide an overview of the proposal and City Staff will provide an overview of the development application review process and how the public can be involved. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions about the various aspects of the proposal and the planning process.

The Pre-application consultation virtual meeting will take place: 

Wednesday June 17, 2020 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. with the video link or call-in phone number to be provided here: www.millcroftgreens.com AND www.burlington.ca/millcroftgreens





Jun 17

Burlington Agricultural and Rural Affairs Advisory Committee (Cancelled)

The Burlington Agricultural and Rural Affairs Advisory Committee is a committee made up of community volunteers and reports to City Council through the Community Planning, Regulation & Mobility Committee. The mandate of the committee is to provide advice to Council on Burlington's agricultural and rural goals, objectives and policies; and to raise community awareness and understanding of agricultural and rural issues as they relate to the city and its activities. Please note Advisory Committees are not webcasted. There is no link to a video at HTML-Minutes and Video.


Jun 17

Burlington Sustainable Development Advisory Committee (Cancelled)

The Burlington Sustainable Development Committee is an advisory committee of Burlington Council. Our role in the community is to promote the principles and objectives of Sustainable Development and to advise and assist City staff and Council members on these issues. We do this by reviewing and commenting on land use policies and development applications, researching sustainable development issues and preparing position papers, and by participating in and hosting special sustainability events. The members of the Burlington Sustainable Development Advisory Committee are volunteer citizens who have been appointed by Council to advise on issues that relate to sustainable development. During the day, we are, or have been, architects, biologists, business people, developers, engineers, musicians, planners, stay-at-home parents, university students and more. Our common ground is our passion to minimize impacts on the environment and the belief that the City of Burlington is a great place to live, work and play. Please note Advisory Committees are not webcasted. There is no link to a video at HTML- Minutes and Video. 


Jun 19

Burlington Inclusivity Advisory Committee (Cancelled)

The Burlington Inclusivity  Advisory Committee is a committee made up of community volunteers and reports to City Council through the Corporate Services, Strategy, Risk and Accountability Committee. The committee provides a monitoring and measuring role to help ensure that the City applies an inclusion lens to its policies, services and programs. Our mission is to embrace diversity by providing opportunities for all members of the community that reflect the ideals of acceptance, accommodation and respect. For any additional information, please see www.Burlington.ca/inclusivity. Please note Advisory Committees are not webcasted. There is no link to a video at HTML- Minutes and Video. 


Jun 22

Regular Meeting of Council

Overview:

Due to COVID-19 this meeting will be conducted as a virtual meeting. Only the Mayor, along with a clerk and audio/visual technician, will be in council chambers, with all other staff, members of council and delegations participating in the meeting by calling in remotely. The meeting will be live web casted, as usual, and archived on the city website.

Requests to delegate to this virtual meeting can be made by completing the online delegation registration form at www.burlington.ca/delegate or by submitting a written request by email to the Clerks Department at clerks@burlington.ca by noon on the day that the meeting is to be held. All requests to delegate must contain a copy of the delegate’s intended remarks which will be circulated to all Members of Council in advance as a backup should any technology issues occur.  If you do not wish to delegate, but would like to submit feedback, please email your comments to clerks@burlington.ca. Your comments will be circulated to Council members in advance of the meeting and will be attached to the minutes, forming part of the public record.

Click on the meeting title above for meeting details and to view any changes to the agenda. Meeting Video expected to be posted within 24 hours. Scheduled Mondays at 6:30 p.m., Council meetings are where the final approval takes place of items that went to the meetings of the Environment, Infrastructure & Community Services, Community Planning, Regulation & Mobility, Corporate Services, Strategy, Risk & Accountability and Audit Committee. Meeting agendas, dates or times may change. To verify information contact the clerks department at 905-335-7600 Ext. 7698. Note: Special meetings of Council may be scheduled as required.



Jun 22

Integrated Transportation Advisory Committee (Cancelled)

The Integrated Transportation Advisory Committee (ITAC) is a committee made up of community volunteers and reports to City Council through the Community Planning, Regulation & Mobility Committee. This advisory committee focuses on all forms of transportation in the community including pedestrian, cycling, transit and driving. The committee provides input to Council and staff on policies, initiatives and strategies affecting transportation including but not limited to: road safety, cycling, transit and integrated mobility. For any additional information, please see www.Burlington.ca/ITAC. Please note Advisory Committees are not webcasted. There is no link to a video at HTML- Minutes and Video. 



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