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    Committees of Council/Boards

    Old Mill Park, CampbellfordHastings Gazebo - Photo by George GiarratanaRanney Gorge Suspension Bridge - Photo by Charlene Teasdale

    COMMITTEE / BOARD APPOINTMENT

    Municipal Committee Application -pdf volunteer form

    2017/2018 Mandate of the Committees and Boards - pdf mandate 


    Standing Committees 
    Finance, Audit &Debt Standing Committee - meeting schedule
    Public Works - Roads, Water & Wastewater Standing Committee - meeting schedule
    Recreation & Cemeteries Standing Committee - meeting schedule
    Planning & Development Standing Committee - meeting schedule
    Emergency Planning & Services Standing Committee - meeting schedule

    Accessibility Advisory Committee
    Meeting schedule - pdf
    Contact: Thomas Thayer, Manager of Legislative Services/Deputy Clerk
    705-653-1900 ext. 248
    thomas.thayer@trenthills.ca

    Serve in an advisory capacity to increase public awareness of the Accessibility Plan. to identify, remove and prevent barriers for future and continued accessibility.  The majority of the members of the Committee must be persons with disabilities. 

    Hastings Hydro Reserve Committee
    Meeting schedule - pdf
    Contact:  Thomas Thayer, Manager of Legislative Services/Deputy Clerk
    705-653-1900 ext. 248
    thomas.thayer@trenthills.ca

    Serve as an advisory committee to review applications for the purpose of recommending to Council plans for the hydro reserve fund which is to be for the benefit of the ratepayers of the former Village of Hastings.

    Trent Hills Heritage Advisory Committee
    meeting schedule - pdf
    Contact:  Jim Peters, Director of Planning
    705-653-1900 ext. 234
    jim.peters@trenthills.ca

    The Heritage Committee works to provide and prepare the criteria for the evaluation of properties of architectural/historical value (or cultural heritage); to increase public awareness of heritage conservancy; prepare a yearly report of activities and to keep the register of historic properties up to date.  The Committee advises and assists Council on all matters relating to buildings and areas of cultural heritage value and in regard to cultural heritage resources. 

    Campbellford/Seymour Revitalization Committee
    Meeting Schedule - pdf
    Contact:  Kira Mees
    705-653-1900 ext. 239
    kira.mees@trenthills.ca

    Campbellford Downtown Business Improvement Area
    Contact: Kira Mees
    705-653-1900 ext. 239
    kira.mees@trenthills.ca

    Warkworth/Percy Betterment Advisory Committee
    meeting schedule - pdf
    Contact:  Kira Mees
    705-653-1900 ext. 239
    kira.mees@trenthills.ca

    The Committee is responsible for identifying projects and providing community input and recommendations to Council regarding the upgrade and revitalization of the Village of Warkworth. 

    Line Fence Viewers
    Contact:  Doug Irwin, Director of Legislative Services/Clerk
    705-653-1900 ext. 240
    doug.irwin@trenthills.ca

    Serve as arbitrators of disputes between the owners of adjacent properties regarding fences that mark the boundaries of teh properties.   

    Committee of Adjustment
    Contact: Liz Mitchell, Planning Assistant
    705-653-1900 ext. 224
    liz.mitchell@trenthills.ca

    The Committee of Adjustment meets monthly to discuss and approve or deny severance applications and minor variances.

    Property Standards Appeal Committee
    Contact: Doug Irwin, Director of Legislative Services/Clerk
    705-653-1900 ext. 240
    doug.irwin@trenthills.ca

    The Property Standards Committee meets on an as-needed basis to hear appeals involving orders issued against an owner due to the standard or condition of a property.

    Trent Hills Community Policing Committee (including the Campbellford/Seymour Community Policing, Warkworth Community Policing and Hastings Community Policing sub-committees)
    Contact: Laura Vickers
    705-924-2024
    organizedlaura@hotmail.ca
    This hard working group of volunteers working in conjunction with the local police detachment to make our community a safe place to live.  They assist with the school program, assist with traffic control at community functions, conduct fund raising events along with many other activities.  There are three sub-committees, one located in each community ward.

    Police Services Board
    Meeting schedule - pdf
    Contact: Thomas Thayer, Manager of Legislative Services/Deputy Clerk
    705-653-1900 ext. 248
    thomas.thayer@trenthills.ca

    The Police Services Board is a five member board consisting of (2) two Council Members, (1) one Community Representative and (2) two Provincially appointed Representatives.  The Board meets as required and works with the Ontario Provincial Police in setting up policing priorities for the Municipality.

    Public Library Board
    Contact:  Mary-Jo Mahoney
    705-653-3611
    trenthillslibrary@trenthills.ca

    The Public Library Board is set in place in accordance with the Library Services Act that consists of three (3) Council members, four (4) appointed community representatives who set up policies and priorities for our three public libraries located in Campbellford, Hastings and Warkworth.

    Friends of the Cemeteries
    Contact:  Thomas Thayer, Manager of Legislative Services/Deputy Clerk
    705-653-1900 ext. 248
    thomas.thayer@trenthills.ca

    Provide ongoing support for the enhancement and betterment of cemetery operations and explore opportunities to increase awareness, educate the public and promote beautification of the cemeteries.