Have Your SayThe City of Richmond wants to hear from you.
It is our commitment to be accessible, inclusive and accountable to our citizens. Please take the time to visit one of our open houses, fill out one of our online surveys or write to us. Your views and comments are important to us, and we want you to have your say.
LetsTalkRichmond.ca is an interactive discussion forum and community engagement website where you can give feedback on a current project or read the archives of past discussions.
|Richmond's Places That Matter - Heritage Inventory
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Other Public Consultations
From time to time, the City may conduct other public consultations, surveys and participation activities.
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- Public Hearings - Send a Submission Online
- Public Art - Your Questions and Comments
- Recreation Programs - Program Proposal Form
- Media Lab - Your Questions and Comments
Talk To City Council
Email City Council
You can make your opinions known to our City Councillors at any time on any topic by sending an email to email@example.com or by mailing or delivering your letter to Richmond City Hall. Call 604-276-4134 to directly contact a member of City Council.
Speak at regular Council Meeting
You may also speak directly to Council at their regular Council meetings or Council Committee meetings. To learn the procedures for being a delegation at a Council or Council Committee meeting please go to Council Process in the City hall section.
Monthly Public Hearings
City Council also hosts monthly Public Hearings to discuss proposed land use rezoning and other matters for more details visit About Public Hearings in the City Hall section.
Become a Committee or Advisory Committee Member
You can volunteer your time as a member of a Committee or Advisory Committee to Council. The Committees are designed so the public can provide input to Council on emerging issues and specific areas of concern to Richmond.
Committee members attend regularly scheduled meetings and make consensus-based recommendations to Council, having a voice and impact on Council decisions.
To learn more, visit the Advisory Bodies page.
Other Consultations of Interest to Richmond Residents
As a public service, we encourage Richmond residents to participate in consultative initiatives by other public authorities. However, these initiatives are not undertaken by the City of Richmond and we have no role in the conduct of this activity or the outcome.
|Referendum on Electoral Reform||December 7, 2018 4:30 p.m.|
British Columbia is having a referendum on what voting system should be used for provincial elections (the current First Past the Post voting system or a proportional representation voting system).
The referendum is being held by mail from October 22 to December 7, 2018. Registered voters will get a voting package in the mail from Elections BC between October 22 and November 2, 2018. If voters are not already registered, they should call Elections BC at 1-800-661-8683.
Learn more about the referendum on the Elections BC website.