Here’s a chance for Regina residents to have their voices heard.
Citizens are being asked to apply for positions on city boards, commissions and committees.
The City of Regina is seeking individuals who have the skills to make a difference in the municipality by applying for committees such as the Regina Public Library Board and the Accessibility Advisory Committee.
Deputy City Clerk Amber Ackerman said it’s a great opportunity for people who want to share their thoughts and ideas.
“They could just have an interest in serving on these committees, but it’s definitely a benefit for individuals who have subject matter expertise,” explained Ackerman.
There are nine groups being advertised by the city in the hopes of filling some positions including the Accessibility Advisory Committee and the Board of Police Commissioners.
The city is seeking knowledgeable and passionate citizens who want to make a difference in the city.
“They will provide valuable input and advice to city council on a range of topics impacting our community.”
Applications are due Friday, September 20. Individuals must be 18 years of age or older, a Canadian citizen and a full-time resident of Regina.
More information can be found by visiting their website.