Applying to City Committees

The City of Brantford has a variety of Advisory Committees and Boards, ranging in scope from economic development to arts and culture and environment. A full list of Advisory Committees and Boards can be found on the Committees, Boards and Task Forces page.

Applications are being accepted until February 4, 2022 for current vacancies.

How to apply

To apply for any of the below vacant positions, please fill out an application form (print) or application form (online). Applications can be made for multiple committees on the same form. For further inquiries, please email clerks@brantford.ca

Please be advised that if you are successful in the application process for any of the City of Brantford Task Forces, Committees or Advisory Boards, there is mandatory training that must be completed prior to the start of your term.

Current vacancies 

To learn about upcoming meetings, view our Council and Committee Calendar.

Please email us with any questions about your application.

 

Active Transportation Sub-Committee
  • Seeking a member of the Bicycle Retail Industry

The Active Transportation Sub-Committee shall serve in an advisory role to provide recommendations and advice to staff and the Vision Zero Road Safety Committee with respect to human powered transportation issues (bicycling, walking, scooters etc.).

Environmental and Sustainability Policy Advisory Committee

  • Seeking two members of the community

The Environmental and Sustainability Policy Advisory Committee provides advice and recommendations to City Council regarding environmental and municipal sustainability issues and initiatives. The Committee also undertakes educational and outreach activities.

Community Heritage and Cultural Space Task Force

  • Seeking one member of the community

The Task Force serves as a governance entity that focuses on, and makes recommendations with respect to, actions that should be taken by the City of Brantford to consult with the Brantford museum community (staff and volunteers) and larger community to determine the desire for, and feasibility of, a consolidated museum and archives facility in the City of Brantford.