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.
Special Recognition - Councillor Stevens Council thanked Councillor Jenny Stevens for her many years of service to the District of Mission. Councillor Stevens has sat on Council from 1999 to 2018, and is the recipient of numerous community and provincial awards. 2018...read more
Disc Golf at Centennial park will not be available on Sat Oct 20 from 8:00-5:00pm due to the Mission Strong Youth Event.read more
Mission Parks, Recreation and Culture is looking to fill contract staff recreation attendant positions for the following opportunities: Men's Drop-in Basketball Recreation Attendant - Tues/Thurs evenings Youth Drop-in Gym - Friday evening Check out the posting...read more
The District of Mission is seeking applications for the Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee for a three year term beginning in late 2018 or early 2019. The Committee provides advice and recommendations to Council as well as Parks, Recreation & Culture staff on...read more
We are looking for nominations for Cultural Resource Commission members for a two-year term starting January, 2019. The Mission Cultural Resources Commission provides advice and recommendations to Council on progress towards the implementation of the Cultural...read more
As a result of the pipeline rupture North of Prince George the T-south pipeline is unable to ship any gas to the Interior or the Lower Mainland Regions. Enbridge has declared a Force Majeur impacting all interruptible customers in our region, and Fortis BC...read more
Thanksgiving Weekend Hours at the Leisure Centre are as follows: Saturday, Oct 6 7:00am - 9:00pm Sunday, Oct 7 10:00am - 9:00pm Monday, Oct 8 8:30am - 4:30pm Please note all fitness classes, drop in sports and swimming lessons do not run on long...read more
Fire Prevention Week October 7 to 13, 2018 This year’s Fire Prevention Week theme focuses on three basic but essential actions people can take to be fire-safe: LOOK for potential fire hazards around your home. LISTEN for the smoke alarms in an emergency. LEARN two...read more
We are looking for responsible, enthusiastic individuals who love kids! Club KIDS is an after school recreation program for children aged 5 – 12 years. Click here to view the job...read more
In our last article, we featured the main tree species that make up most of our local forests. But what large mammals call Mission home and how can you keep safe when using the forest? Starting with the largest, the black bear is easily one of the most...read more