A Board or Commission is an independent body consisting of members of which some or all are appointed by Municipal Council.
A Board or Commission is established through legislation that specifically addresses how the leadership structure is to be organized. The majority of appointments are open to the general public, but it should be noted that the enabling legislation sometimes requires certain positions to be filled by public servants or representatives of a particular professional body. Members are appointed for a term coinciding with that of the appointing Council, except unless otherwise dictated by legislation or there is a desire or requirement for staggered terms.
You can access information on each of the Boards and Commissions through their websites using the links below:
- Covent Garden Market
- Eldon House
- Greater London International Airport Authority
- Housing Development Corporation
- London and Middlesex Community Housing
- London Hydro Inc.
- London Police Service
- London Public Library
- London Transit Commission
- Middlesex-London Health Unit
- Museum London
- RBC Place London (former London Convention Centre)
- Tourism London
- University of Western Ontario Board of Governors
- Kettle Creek Conservation Authority
- Lower Thames Valley Conservation Authority
- Upper Thames River Conservation Authority
The personal information contained in communications directed to City Council and its standing and advisory committees is collected under the authority of the Municipal Act, 2001 as amended and will be used to assist Council and Committee Members in their deliberations. Questions about this collection should be addressed to the City Clerk at 300 Dufferin Avenue, London, ON N6A 4L9 or by telephone 519-661-CITY (2489) ext. 4937.
Communications addressed to City Council and to its Standing and Advisory Committees become part of the public record and will be published on a public agenda and made available electronically through the City of London public internet website. The City will not accept anonymous communications sent to Council or to its Committees.