There are several ways to take part in Saanich Council meetings.
Delegation at a Regular Council Meeting
- Bring forward an idea or concept.
- Update Council about an ongoing project.
- Make a presentation on any matter of broad interest to Saanich.
Council may hear up to two delegations of ten minutes each.
There are some restrictions. See details in the Guidelines for Delegations at Council Meetings [PDF - 77 KB] or refer to the Council Procedure Bylaw. [PDF - 61 KB]
Please complete an Application to Appear as a Delegation [PDF - 60 KB]. Submit it to Legislative Services at least ten days before the preferred meeting date.
Contact us at 250-475-1775, or email email@example.com for more information.
Items on a Regular Council Agenda
- Council will hear speakers only during the "Public Input on Business Items" portion of the agenda.
- Up to five minutes per speaker.
Items on a Regular Committee of the Whole Agenda
- A speaker has up to five minutes to address Council on each agenda item.
- Neighbourhood community associations may get up to ten minutes if they have carried out a neighbourhood engagement process.
- This is your chance to address Council without the formality of a meeting.
- Council holds Open Forums on the last regular Council meeting of the month.
- Each speaker receives three minutes to address Council.
There are some restrictions. Please refer to the Guidelines for Delegations at Council Meetings [PDF - 77 KB].
Correspondence to Council
You don't need to attend a meeting to have Council consider your input:
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Mail a submission to 770 Vernon Ave, Victoria BC, V8W 2X7
- Drop information off in person to the Legislative Division on the second floor at 770 Vernon Ave.
We have listed contact details for all Council members. You are welcome to contact any of them.