White Rock City Council will be hosting Community Forums during their term with a different topic at each forum.
Community forums are open to the public and will include a panel of experts who will speak about specific topics, provide information on current processes and outline how the community can stay engaged with their City.
Residents and the public are encouraged to attend the City Council Community Forums to interact and ask questions to their City Council.
The City of White Rock wants to know how you’d spend an expected $13 million in community amenity contributions (CACs), once they’ve been collected.
Developers pay White Rock development cost charges (DCCs) for things like water, sewage and roads, and they pay CACs for capital investments in the community.
Weren’t able to attend the forum? Provide your input on how you would spend $13 million with the online survey. Click here to take the survey.
This brief survey will help the City understand your priorities for CAC spending. Survey closes February 14, 2020.
The City of White Rock is continuing its community engagement, reaching out to residents for input at White Rock Community Centre on Feb. 4 and Centennial Arena on Feb. 9. Click here to read media release.
Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2020
Sunday, Feb. 9, 2020
White Rock City Council hosted a Community Forum regarding Affordable Housing in White Rock which included a presentation from the Director of Planning and Development Services and the Manager of Planning. The public had the opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback to Mayor and Council.
The first Community Forum hosted by White Rock City Council included the following topics:
- Council Accomplishments
- Council Strategic Priorities for 2018 - 2022
- Capital Works Projects
- Water Treatment Plant and Water Quality