Public Safety Committee

The mandate of the Public Safety committee is to ensure Council focuses on providing a safe and secure community.

Duties include:

  • to monitor and support the delivery of the public safety (fire, police and by-law enforcement) and report to Council;
  • in liaison with the Chief of Police, the Fire Chief or the Director, provide recommendations to Council on the planning and implementation of public safety programs;
  • to make recommendations to Council on the planning and implementation of building code, dangerous and unsightly premises and maintenance and occupancy code enforcement services;
  • to make recommendations to Council on the planning and delivery of fire services;
  • to make recommendations to Council of priorities, objectives and policies for police services;
  • to make recommendations to Council on the planning and implementation of any other programs or policies that affect public safety; and
  • to act as the Committee of Council to hear appeals and render decisions with respect to a Notice to Owner or Occupier under section 134 of the Local Governance Act (Unsightly Premises).

The City of Fredericton’s Standing Committees meet each Thursday at 12 noon. For specific details about which committee is meeting, any changes to the schedule, and to see the meeting agenda, visit the City of Fredericton calendar of events web page.

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