Learn About Boards, Committees & Commissions
Regina’s decision making structure is handled through a committee system as outlined in the Committee Bylaw and in accordance with the Procedure Bylaw, which provides information on proper decorum and how the proceedings in each meeting are carried out. Committees review and consider matters brought forth by the public and City Administration and provide recommendations to City Council.
City Council also establishes advisory committees to receive input and advice from the citizens of Regina. These committees are made up of members of the public and Councillors. Citizens are encouraged to participate in local government by applying to the committee of their choice each year in September. Appointments to committees are made by City Council.
The public is welcome to attend committee meetings and address the committee regarding any agenda item which interests them. Committee agendas are available on the Friday afternoon after 3 p.m. the week prior to each meeting.
Boards and Committees of Council
- Community and Protective Services Committee
- Emergency Measures Committee
- Executive Committee
- Finance and Administration Committee
- Mayor's Housing Commission
- Public Works and Infrastructure Committee
- Regina Planning Commission
- Accessibility Advisory Committee
- Arts Advisory Committee
- Board of Police Commissioners
- Community Leaders' Advisory Committee
- Community Services Advisory Committee
- Crime Prevention Advisory Committee
- Environment Advisory Committee
- Municipal Heritage Advisory Committee
- School Board/City Council Liaison Committee
- Youth Advisory Committee