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The Town of Ingersoll’s Boards and Committees represent an important avenue through which Council receives recommendations and feedback on specific community issues and services.

 

Established and appointed by Council each term and at various times throughout the term, Ingersoll’s Boards and Committees offer residents an excellent opportunity to volunteer their time, skill sets, knowledge and creativity to better their community.

 

Applications are currently being accepted for the following Boards and Committees for the duration of the 2018-2022 term of Council:

Eligibility

 

Applications from property owners and tenants of property in the Town of Ingersoll as well as applications from business owners or employees of businesses within the Town will be considered.

Please be advised that as part of its screening process, staff may conduct reference, criminal or other background checks to determine an applicant’s suitability to a Board or Committee.

 

How to Apply

 

Download the application form below (make sure to download the document to your desktop prior to completing, or your responses will not be saved), complete it in full and return it to the attention of the Clerk by 11:59 p.m. on April 28, 2019. Completed applications may be submitted by the following means:

  • Email: clerks@ingersoll.ca
  • In-person: 130 Oxford St. 2nd Floor OR in the 24-hour drop box located on the left-hand side of the main entrance on the ground floor.

Boards and Committees Application Form 

 

Town of Ingersoll Boards and Committees

 

Committees are established by Council at any time it is deemed necessary for consideration of matters within Council’s jurisdiction. Membership on committees may include staff and members of Council and may be extended to members of the public, as reasonable. Committee mandates and terms of reference are established by Council unless otherwise provided for under provincial statute.

 

Boards and Board membership are often mandated by or permitted under provincial statute and include the Police Service Board and Ingersoll Business Improvement Area Board of Management.

 

Ingersoll’s Boards and Committee meetings are subject to the Town’s Procedure By-Law. To learn more about each Board and Committee, including an overview and terms of reference, please follow the provided links.

 

Town of Ingersoll Boards

 

Town of Ingersoll Committees

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130 Oxford Street (2nd Floor)
Ingersoll, ON
N5C 2V5 

Business hours are Monday to

Friday from 8:30am to 4:30pm

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