A local board means a municipal service board, transportation commission, public library board, board of health, police services board, or any other board, commission, committee, body or local authority established or exercising any power under any Act with respect to the affairs or purposes of one or more municipalities, excluding a school board and a conservation authority. When a local board holds a ‘meeting’ as that term is defined in the Municipal Act, 2001/the City’s Procedural By-law, it must comply with the open meeting provisions of the Municipal Act, 2001 and/or the City’s Procedural By-law as applicable.
Business Improvement Areas are organizations that exist to promote a geographically defined area. The Downtown Hamilton Business Improvement area is located in the heart of Hamilton within the area bounded by MacNab, Rebecca, Mary and Hunter Streets. The two primary activities of the BIA involve promoting the area as THE place to work, live and play in Hamilton and advocating on behalf of its member businesses. When it comes to advocacy for member businesses, the BIA works to help resolve any operational barriers property and business owners face within the BIA.
Our Mission – The Downtown Hamilton Business Improvement Area provides value to our members through advocacy, beautification, promotion, development and preservation of Downtown Hamilton.
Our Vision – A Vital and Prosperous Downtown that is the focal point of Hamilton.
Link to meetings & agendas:
|Name||Position||Term Start||Term End||Status||Appointed By|
|Kroetsch, Cameron||Councillor||15 Nov 2022||14 Nov 2026||Active||Council|