The mandate of the Infrastructure committee is to consider, evaluate and provide advice to Council on public infrastructure referred to it by the Mayor or Council. The Committee's activities shall align with Council's vision and strategic goals, thus enabling Council to bring practical action to their vision and the Committee to focus their energies on those prioritized tasks. All components of public infrastructure shall be considered in the committee's mandate including roads, sidewalks, sanitary sewers and stormwater sewers.
The Infrastructure committee will work toward accomplishing the wide-range objectives as follows:
- Review and investigate issues referred by Council related to public infrastructure encompassing roads, sidewalks and underground utilities
- Review local traffic and pedestrian safety initiatives
- Liaise with other Council appointed Committees or ask staff to contact other organizations such as Metro Vancouver, Provincial Ministries and City of Surrey as necessary to ensure the best use of resources when addressing infrastructure issues
- Prepare an annual report on its activities throughout the year, as well as action plans for all tasks referred to it by Council
The Infrastructure committee meets quarterly from 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. at City Hall.