How can you help?

Are you a Township of Alnwick/Haldimand resident or taxpayer looking to get involved in your community? If so, you should consider joining a Committee or Board with the Township of Alnwick/Haldimand!

Committee members are appointed every four (4) years with a four (4) year term which coincides with the current term of Council who selected them.

Current Openings

There are currently no volunteer openings.

Application Process

Eligibility

To be qualified to serve on a Committee or Board you must:

  • Live in the municipality, or be an owner/tenant of land (or spouse of same) for the length of your term.
  • Be at least 18 years of age, unless otherwise stated in the Committee or Board's Terms of Reference.
  • Not be employed by the Township of Alnwick/Haldimand.

In addition to the general requirements listed above, specific skills and/or experiences needed for membership on each Committee or Board will be provided by way of Terms of Reference approved by Council.

How to Apply

To apply to become a member of a Committee:

Mailing Address: 10836 County Road 2, PO Box 70, Grafton ON, K0K 2G0

Selection Process

All appointments are made by Council. Copies of all applications will be made available to Council for consideration. Council will select suitable applicants to openings based on the information presented in and attached to the application form. After appointments are finalized by Council resolution, the Municipal Clerk will notify all applicants, with Council's decision.

Term of Appointments

Unless otherwise established, the term of appointment to a Committee or Board, by way of Council resolution, will be a four (4) year term. This four (4) year term will coincide with the existing term of Council who appointed them.

Township of Alnwick/Haldimand Committees and Boards

A list of all Committees and Boards can be found below, including a link to their webpages. Committee webpages provide meeting schedules, agendas and minutes, events and more.

Ad Hoc Committees

New Public Works Facility Committee

The role of the Alnwick/Haldimand New Public Works Facility Committee is to provide recommendations to Council for a future centralized Public Works facility.

Learn more about the New Public Works Facility Committee

Parks and Recreation Committee

The Alnwick/Haldimand Parks and Recreation Ad Hoc Committee will work to advise the Council as to specific recommendations to address the proposals as illustrated in the Parks Master Plan.

Learn more about the Parks and Recreation Ad Hoc Committee

Alnwick Civic Centre/Fenella Hall Committee

Learn more about the Alnwick Civic Centre/Fenella Hall Committee

Alnwick/Haldimand Public Library Board

The purpose of the Alnwick/Haldimand Public Library Board is to provide a range of programs and services to the residents of Alnwick/Haldimand and support lifelong learning.

Learn more about the Alnwick/Haldimand Public Library Board or the Public Library.

Centreton Community Centre Committee

The Centreton Community Centre Committee will work to ensure that Centreton area residents of all ages have access to fitness, social and learning activities.

Learn more about the Centreton Community Centre Committee

Grafton Communal Water Committee

Learn more about the Grafton Communal Water Committee

Heritage Alnwick/Haldimand and Heritage Cemeteries Committee

Our volunteer committee is charged with the preservation and cataloging of heritage items to advise and assist Council in all heritage matters and to educate our community of its history.

Learn more about the Heritage Alnwick/Haldimand and Heritage Cemeteries Committee

Police Services Board

The Board provides civilian oversight to the activities of the Ontario Provincial Police for the residents of Alnwick/Haldimand.

Learn more about the Police Services Board

Roseneath Revitalization Committee

Learn more about the Roseneath Revitalization Committee

Vernonville Community Centre Committee

The purpose of the Vernonville Community Centre Committee is to preserve a public heritage building in the community of Vernonville for all community members to access for public and private events, workshops, and celebrations.

Learn more about the Vernonville Community Centre Committee