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    We're seeking your feedback in renaming the Governance & Priorities Committee (GPC), a newly established committee of Council. Following an extensive review of the City’s committee structure, the GPC was established to facilitate two-way dialogue between Council, the community and technical committees in a less structured meeting format. It also creates an opportunity for Council to focus on their strategic priorities. We are looking for a committee name that better reflects this new structure and will resonate with the community.

    Between March 25 and April 5 we collected name suggestions. Now, we're asking you to vote for your favourite! Voting is

    We're seeking your feedback in renaming the Governance & Priorities Committee (GPC), a newly established committee of Council. Following an extensive review of the City’s committee structure, the GPC was established to facilitate two-way dialogue between Council, the community and technical committees in a less structured meeting format. It also creates an opportunity for Council to focus on their strategic priorities. We are looking for a committee name that better reflects this new structure and will resonate with the community.

    Between March 25 and April 5 we collected name suggestions. Now, we're asking you to vote for your favourite! Voting is open April 8-18, 2019. 

    Thank you to everyone for your suggestions. Voting closes on April 18.

    Results will be presented to Council at the next Committee Meeting on May 14 and a name chosen. 

    To learn more, including how you can participate in the Committee meetings, view agendas or to watch live, visit pittmeadows.ca/councilmeetings.

    Consultation has concluded
  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.
    We're seeking your feedback in renaming the Governance & Priorities Committee (GPC),a newly established committee of Council. Following an extensive review of the City’s committee structure, the GPC was established to facilitate two-way dialogue between Council, the community and technical committees in a less structured meeting format. It also creates an opportunity for Council to focus on their strategic priorities. We are looking for a committee name that better reflects this new structure and will resonate with the community.

    Name suggestions can be submitted between March 25 and April 5 using the survey below. Then, between April 8-18 we will

    We're seeking your feedback in renaming the Governance & Priorities Committee (GPC),a newly established committee of Council. Following an extensive review of the City’s committee structure, the GPC was established to facilitate two-way dialogue between Council, the community and technical committees in a less structured meeting format. It also creates an opportunity for Council to focus on their strategic priorities. We are looking for a committee name that better reflects this new structure and will resonate with the community.

    Name suggestions can be submitted between March 25 and April 5 using the survey below. Then, between April 8-18 we will ask you to vote for your favourite! Results will be presented at the next Committee Meeting on May 14 and a name chosen.

    We would love to hear your suggestions. What do you think the name of this new committee should be?

    Here are a few criteria and guidelines for submissions:

    • The name should be relatively short-two to three words.
    • It should reflect the nature of the new committee and express concepts such as engagement, community, and two-way dialogue.
    • The name should be original.
    • Kindly remember to keep all name suggestions in good taste.
    • Deadline for submissions is Friday, April 5 at 4 p.m.
    • Any suggestions that do not meet the above criteria will not be included in the voting phase.


    To help fire your creative juices, here are some key words that we feel help describe the new committee:


    Here is a list of suggested names we have already received:

    • Community Action Committee
    • Community Engagement Committee
    • Council & Community Committee
    • Community Priority Committee
    • Engagement & Action Committee
    • Engagement & Collaboration Committee
    • Citizen Input Committee
    • Committee for Council Direction
    • Committee for Council Guidance
    • Committee for Council Consideration
    • BRIDGE Committee (Build Relationships thru Input, Direction/Dialogue, Guidance & Exchange)
    • Governance & Priorities Committee
    • Priorities & Engagement Committee


    Remember to check back between April 8-18 to vote on your favourite. Thank you for your input. 

    To learn more, including how you can participate in the Committee meetings, view agendas or to watch live, visit pittmeadows.ca/councilmeetings.

    Terms and Conditions
    By entering your suggestion, you acknowledge that your name is your own original idea and does not, to your knowledge, violate any other trademarks, copyright or other intellectual property rights. 

    Consultation has concluded