London Community Advisory Committees

In keeping with public health regulations and guidelines related to COVID-19, capacity restrictions remain in place for in-person meetings. Community Advisory Committee Members are currently attending meetings remotely.

Members of the public wishing to observe a Community Advisory Committee meeting virtually must register with the City Clerk's Office no later than 9 a.m. the day of the meeting to receive a Zoom link. You will be asked to provide whether you plan to attend using computer or telephone, along with the email or phone number that will be used, and you should indicate if you require an accommodation to attend. Contact advisorycommittee@london.ca or phone 519-661-CITY (2489) ext. 5590  

New London Community Advisory Committees

At the Council meeting held on February 15, 2022, Council approved the establishment of the new London Community Advisory Committees. Below you will find each advisory committee listed along with their terms of reference.  Appointment duration is currently under review but may be up to 3 years.

Accessibility Community Advisory Committee

You can contact the Accessibility Community Advisory Committee by email at advisorycommittee@london.ca.

The role of a Community Advisory Committee is to provide recommendations, advice, and information to the Municipal Council on those specialized matters which relate to the purpose of the Community Advisory Committee. 

Terms of Reference
Vacancy

Vacancy - up to 15 Members

  • a majority of the members (minimum 8) shall be persons with disabilities
  • a maximum of seven (7) additional members, as follows:
    • one (1) member (parent) representing children with disabilities
    • six (6) members-at-large, interested in issues related to persons with disabilities
Animal Welfare Community Advisory Committee

You can contact the Animal Welfare Community Advisory Committee by email at advisorycommittee@london.ca.

The role of a Community Advisory Committee is to provide recommendations, advice, and information to the Municipal Council on those specialized matters which relate to the purpose of the Community Advisory Committee. 

Terms of Reference
Vacancy

Vacancy – up to 15 Members  

  • Nine (9) Members at Large with an interest or background in animal welfare  

One (1) representative from each of the following general categories are desirable:

  • Friends of Captive Animals
  • London Dog Owners Association
  • Wildlife Rehabilitator, including naturalists with either educational credentials or active involvement with wildlife through an organization
  • Animal Rescue Group
  • Veterinarian or Veterinary Technician
  • Local Pet Shop/Supply Owner
Community Advisory Committee on Planning

You can contact the Community Advisory Committee on Planning by email at advisorycommittee@london.ca.

The role of a Community Advisory Committee is to provide recommendations, advice, and information to the Municipal Council on those specialized matters which relate to the purpose of the Community Advisory Committee. 

Terms of Reference
Vacancy

Vacancy – up to 15 Members

  • Three (3) members-at-large
  • One (1) representative from a Youth-Oriented Organization (i.e. ACO NextGen)
  • Appointments may include a representative of the following:
    • Built Heritage (Architectural Conservancy Ontario London)
    • Local History (London & Middlesex Historical Society)
    • Archaeology/Anthropology (Ontario Archaeological Society, London Chapter)
    • Natural Heritage (Nature London)
    • Movable Heritage – Archives, (Archives Association of Ontario);
    • Movable Heritage – Museums & Galleries
    • Neighbourhood Organizations
    • Development Community (London Home Builders Association/London Development Institute) 
    • London and area Planning Consultants 
    • Representative of the Indigenous Population
    • Agricultural organizations
    • London Society of Architects

 

Diversity, Inclusion and Anti-Oppression Community Advisory Committee

You can contact the Diversity, Inclusion and Anti-Oppression Community Advisory Committee by email at advisorycommittee@london.ca.

The role of a Community Advisory Committee is to provide recommendations, advice, and information to the Municipal Council on those specialized matters which relate to the purpose of the Community Advisory Committee. 

Terms of Reference
Vacancy

Vacancy – up to 15 Members

  • Fifteen (15) members-at-large
  • a minimum of one (1) individual who is primarily French-speaking

 

Ecological Community Advisory Committee

You can contact the Ecological Community Advisory Committee by email at advisorycommittee@london.ca.

The role of a Community Advisory Committee is to provide recommendations, advice, and information to the Municipal Council on those specialized matters which relate to the purpose of the Community Advisory Committee. 

Terms of Reference
Vacancy

Vacancy – up to 15 Members

  • Members should have an interest in the matters included in the mandate.  A professional designation, education or experience in related fields is a requirement based on the technical nature of the committee work.  Areas of expertise may include the following: Biology, Ornithology, Geology, Botany, Zoology, Landscape Architecture, Forestry, Ecology, Resource Management, Hydrology, Geography, Environmental Planning, Limnology and Natural History

 

Environmental Stewardship and Action Community Advisory Committee

You can contact the Environmental Stewardship and Action Community Advisory Committee by email at advisorycommittee@london.ca.

The role of a Community Advisory Committee is to provide recommendations, advice, and information to the Municipal Council on those specialized matters which relate to the purpose of the Community Advisory Committee. 

Terms of Reference
Vacancy

Vacancy – up to 15 Members

  • Members should have an interest and/or background in environmental initiatives

 

Integrated Transportation Community Advisory Committee

You can contact the Integrated Transportation Community Advisory Committee by email at advisorycommittee@london.ca.

The role of a Community Advisory Committee is to provide recommendations, advice, and information to the Municipal Council on those specialized matters which relate to the purpose of the Community Advisory Committee. 

Terms of Reference
Vacancy

Vacancy – up to 15 Members

Members should have an interest in the matters included in the mandate of the Integrated Transportation Community Advisory Committee 

 

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Last modified:Monday, April 11, 2022