Civic Engagement & Corporate Initiatives
Civic Engagement & Corporate Initiatives • Phone: 604-820-3700 • Fax: 604-826-1363
The District of Mission’s office of Civic Engagement & Corporate Initiatives is responsible for connecting with the community to help grow a more prosperous, livable city of Mission. Staff and Council are committed to involving the people they serve in the decisions that affect them. We want your diverse opinions and experiences so that a broader array of information is available to decision makers.The office is also responsible for all communications activities, both internal and external and manages the District’s brand.
|Manager of Civic Engagement & Corporate Initiatives||Michael Boronowski||604-820-3732|
The District publishes District Update in the Mission City Record. This biweekly publication shares news and information about municipal programs and services.
Lane closures and Paving work will be in effect from Friday evenings at 8:00 pm to Monday mornings at 5:00 am, including daytime hours, on Highway 11 and the Abbotsford-Mission Bridge until mid-July. Expect significant delays and road closures during the work....read more
Mission is switching to blue bins for curbside recycling. This means we’ll be delivering 120L blue bins to all homes and registered suites that receive curbside collection. We’re hoping to receive the bins and be able to deliver them later this summer. We...read more
The following properties will be subject to a Public Hearing on Tuesday, July 2, 2019 held in the Council Chambers at the District of Mission at 6:00 pm. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING (PDF copy here) Item No. 1: Bylaw: Land Use Contract Repeal Bylaw 5819-2019...read more
These highlights are a synopsis of the June 17, 2019 Regular Meeting of Council. Visit mission.ca to read the complete agenda or watch the recorded webcast of the meeting. 2018 Annual Report and Statement of Financial Information Staff presented the 2018 Annual Report...read more
Effective July 18, 2019 All residential Building Permit applications will have to include the sealed sprinkler drawings and schedules. All Building Permit applications must provide separate structural and architectural drawings. The Building Official may waive this...read more
The District of Mission would like to thank all those who contributed great input during the second round of consultation on the update to the Zoning Bylaw. The next step is to review all the input and incorporate it into the final draft of the new Zoning Bylaw. Once...read more
These highlights are a synopsis of the June 3, 2019 Regular Meeting of Council. Visit mission.ca to read the complete agenda or watch the recorded webcast of the meeting. BC Culture Days Launch Event and Mission Culture Days Mission will host the provincial launch of...read more
June 1- 8, 2019, is Water Safety Week, an annual campaign to educate Canadians on how to stay safe around water and prevent drowning incidents. Learning water safety is key to preventing an emergency in or on the water, and also teaches what to do if you find yourself...read more
Mission Tennis Club is offering free tennis drop-in sessions for children and youth in June. Open to all children 4 years and older at the Centennial Park tennis courts. For those who do not have a racquet the Club will have some racquets available for use. A great...read more
The District of Mission is currently looking to fill two (2) vacant positions on the Mission Economic Development Select Committee (EDSC). The Economic Development Select Committee is a Council appointed advisory body providing recommendations to Council on economic...read more