Environmental Advisory Committee

About the Committee

The Maple Ridge Environmental Advisory Committee will help provide local perspective and advice to Council with respect to achieving the City's goals and environmental objectives, and to implement strategic recommendations from the current Maple Ridge Official Community Plan and the Environmental Management Strategy Report, 2014.


  • Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of the month at 7:00 pm in the Blaney Room, City Hall, 11995 Haney Place
  • Committee Bylaw (PDF)

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to meetings. Minutes are available upon approval.
Most Recent Agenda l View All Agendas and Minutes


The Committee is comprised of:

Voting Members

  • One Council liaison, one alternate Council liaison
  • Two environmental professionals appointed by Council
  • One member nominated by the Alouette River Management Society
  • One member nominated by the Kanaka Education and Environmental Partnership Society
  • One member nominated by the Community Education on Environment and Development Centre
  • One member nominated by the Thornhill Aquifer Protection Study group
  • One member nominated by the Ridge Meadows Recycling Society
  • Three members from the community at large including at least one youth representative (aged 25 or under) appointed by Council

Non-Voting Members

  • Member(s) of Parliament representing Maple Ridge
  • Member(s) of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia representing Maple Ridge
  • One member nominated by Metro Vancouver
  • One member nominated by the Katzie First Nation
  • One member nominated by the Kwantlen First Nation
  • One member nominated by the BC Conservation Officer Service

Rodney Stott

Staff Liaison
Tel: 604-467-7390

Erin Mark

Committee Clerk
Tel: 604-463-5221 ext 5279

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Positions Available

We are currently accepting applications for the following opportunities: 

  • Members at Large
  • Environmental Professional
The terms for these positions will begin January 1, 2020 and will be one or two years in length.

Applications from youth, seniors, and the environmental and development communities are encouraged. 

Apply online or email the Committee Clerk for more information.