Parks and Recreation Advisory Board meet the 2nd
Thursday of the month at 7:00 p.m. at City Hall.
The Board's responsibility is to advise and make
recommendations to the City Council and staff
in matters pertaining to the program of public
recreation and parks in the City.
This Board currently consists of seven voting
members. One member is a City Council member,
appointed by the Mayor with the approval of the
City Council. This member serves for a one (1)
year term, to expire on December 31st of each
Members are appointed by the Mayor and approved
by the City Council who are either residents,
owners of property, or owners of a business within
the City limits of Dundas. Members serve three-year
terms commencing on the 1st day of January in
the year of appointment.
Larry Fowler - Chair
Vacancy - Vice Chair
Vacancy - Secretary
Contact City Hall
The Board is responsible for advising and supporting
sound cooperation and coordination with other City Departments,
and civic or community groups in the advancement of
sound recreation and park programming. The City Council
shall determine what land is to be acquired for recreational
and park purposed; what land the Board shall be permitted
to use in carrying on it's recreational and park programs;
and what buildings or other permanent structure are
to be constructed upon such lands.
The Board recommends the following:
policies governing the use of park facilities,
and acts in an advisory capacity to the City
Council and other governmental departments.
to the City Administrator the employment of
employees necessary to carry on the parks
and recreation activities within the City.
policies and procedures pertaining to all
recreational programs and City parks, including
annual budgets, public awareness, fees and
charges, and program policies.
acceptance of gifts for
Public Park and recreational purposes.
contracts for the provision
of recreational services by the City to other
entities and for cooperative recreational
services between the City and such other entities.
No expenditures by the Park and Recreation
Advisory Board shall be made unless and until authorized
for the purpose by the City Council.