The Town of Aurora establishes local boards and committees to make recommendations to Council regarding some public services. Statutory committees and local boards are established under the authority of provincial legislation and/or municipal by-law.

Board and Committee Recruitments

Thank you for your interest in serving on a Town of Aurora Local Board or Committee!

The Heritage Advisory Committee (HAC) and Accessibility Advisory Committee (AAC) are currently each recruiting for 1 member to fill a vacancy for the remainder of the term. 

If you have an interest in applying to be a member select 'vacancies' from the chart below and click 'apply' to complete the application for appointment. 

  • Only the committees with membership vacancies will be listed.
  • When attaching your resume, please ensure it is in PDF format. 
  • Applications for HAC and AAC must be received by end of day on March 17, 2024.

Frequently Asked Questions

 Who is qualified to be appointed to a Board or Committee?

Citizen members must be a resident of Aurora, or an owner of land in Aurora, or a tenant of land for business tax purposes as shown on the last revised assessment roll for the Town of Aurora. Potential applicants are encouraged to review the Committee Terms of Reference, Policy for Committees and Local Boards, and Code of Conduct for Local Boards prior to applying.

Additionally, citizen members cannot be employees of the Town. The Aurora Public Library Board has an additional requirement that citizen members be at least 18 years of age, and not an employee of the Library.

How often do Boards and Committees meet?
The regular meeting day and time for each Board or Committee is noted in its respective Terms of Reference.
How many Boards and Committees can I serve on at the same time?
Citizen members may only serve on one (1) Local Board or Committee at the same time without Council’s specific approval.
What is the application process?

To be considered for appointment, you must complete the approved application form online. You are encouraged to upload additional information (such as a resume or personal statement) when submitting your application form.

Contact the Clerk's Office if you require the application form in an alternate format. 

 What is the application deadline?

Application deadlines will be outlined in the recruitment messaging above. 

What happens after I submit an application?

Legislative Services will review all applications to ensure compliance with the Policy for Ad Hoc/Advisory Committees and Local Boards. Complete applications will be provided to Council who will decide which applicants to appoint to the Boards and Committees. All applicants will be informed of Council’s decisions.

If you are selected to join a Board or Committee, you will be asked to take a Declaration of Office, and will be asked to attend a training session.

Further Information

For further information, please contact Jaclyn Grossi, Deputy Town Clerk.


Telephone: 905-726-4768

Questions can be directed to Legislative Services by email or by phone at 905-726-4768.

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