Interested in Sharing your voice? Apply for RDBID - Committee of Council
The City of Regina is looking for qualified applicants who are passionate about their community and want to share their voices in a wide-range of City-led committees, boards and commissions. We need a variety of residents with ideas, skills, leadership, and energy – including Indigenous and Metis, visible minorities, women and people of all abilities – to participate and share your knowledge.
If you’re a Canadian Citizen, 18 or older and a full-time resident of Regina, the time is right to get involved. You can apply today at Regina.ca/yourvoice at City Boards and Committees.
City Council values and seeks to further enhance the inclusive nature of Regina through living the values of respect and trust, celebrating the strength that comes from diversity and inviting participation from all in decision making. Nominees will have been recruited through an inclusive, transparent and equitable process and appointments made by City Council will reflect these objectives.
Representative citizen members provide a varied and valued perspective, reflecting and honouring the diversity of our community and bring experience, skills and expertise that contribute to good governance and informed decision-making.
The deadline for applications is November 20. Candidates are approved by City Council and will be notified of appointment by December 31, 2020.
Committee: Regina Downtown Business Improvement District, Board of Directors
Term: Up to 3 years
Number of Positions: 4
Description: The Board encourages the development of a vibrant and prosperous downtown by improving the appearance and image of the district, promoting and marketing the district, and undertaking various initiatives and projects that facilitate the ongoing rejuvenation and redevelopment of the area.
Note: Positions will be filled by citizens who are electors of the city or are property owners (or represent property owners) in the district.
Applicants should have experience in at least one of the following areas: nonprofit management, economic development, urban design/ development, marketing and promotion, event/program production, human resources, board governance or financial management.
Applicants should be available to attend board meetings scheduled bi-monthly, Tuesdays from 12 to 2 p.m.