Recreation, Culture, and Parks Advisory Committee
The Recreation, Culture, and Parks Advisory Committee (RCPAC) is a Council-appointed body established to represent the community and assist the Recreation, Culture, and Parks Division to deliver services that best meet the needs of Township residents.
The purpose of the committee is to:
- Represent the public;
- Advise Council;
- Advise the Parks and Recreation Division;
- Develop policies and procedures;
- Interpret policies and decisions to the public;
- Plan for the future.
2017 Appointed Membership
Front Row (from left): Jamie Kusack, Rosemary Wallace, Kate Ludlam, Diane Gendron, Councillor Blair Whitmarsh
Back Row (from left): Peter Tulumello, Remi Camparmo, Michael Jackstien, Earl Erickson, Jonathan Wilkins
Absent: Councillor Michelle Sparrow
The Recreation, Culture, and Parks Advisory Committee is an advisory body established to focus on public leisure services in Langley and to assist the Corporation to deliver services which best meet the needs of Langley citizens. It will respond to requests by the citizens, the Recreation, Culture, and Parks Division, and Council for analysis, comment and advise. It will also take the initiative of providing advice on matters it believes are important. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the Committee will get involved in matters of public policy, service levels, and establishing priorities. It will also deal with specific issues or problems that might arise. It may cause plans to be developed and participate in the planning process. It may have input to annual budgets.
Council will consider Langley's diversity and appoint applications who possess knowledge, experience or interest in areas of recreation and sport, arts and culture, parks and environment, marketing and business services with a broad range of public interest.
The committee meets the second Wednesday of every month except for July and August. Refer to the Council Calendar for meeting dates.
Recreation, Culture, and Parks