role of the City's advisory committees is to initiate and provide recommendations,
advice and information to the Municipal Council through one of its three
Standing Committees and to carry out the responsibilities which are assigned
by the Municipal Council. Under the new governance structure which came into
effect December 1, 2011 the Standing Committees of Council are: Civic Works
Committee, Community Services Committee, Finance and Administrative Services
Committee, Investment and Economic Prosperity Committee, Planning and
Environment Committee and the Public Safety Committee.
Following is a list of advisory committees to which the Municipal Council
appoints citizen members. Committee and
are published on our website.
Information regarding the mandate, composition, etc., of an individual advisory
committee can be accessed by clicking on the appropriate link. Reports of City Advisory
Committees can be accessed from
Council & Committee Meeting Agenda Packages.
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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 519-661-2500 ext. 4937.
Communications addressed to City Council and to its Standing and Advisory
Committees will become part of the public record and will be placed on a
public agenda made available electronically through the City of London
internet website. The City will not accept anonymous communications sent to
Council or to its Committees.