The purpose of a public hearing is to give you an opportunity to voice your support or concerns on an issue before the Council.  

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How to Participate
  • Written submissions are provided to Council prior to the Public Hearing.
  • Submissions received after the deadline will be made available 'on table' for review at the Public Hearing.  
  • All submissions become part of public record.
  • Submissions should be directed to the Corporate Officer's Office by:
    • Email to
    • Drop off at City Hall (12007 Harris Road, Pitt Meadows) during regular business hours (8:30am - 4:30pm, Monday thru Friday)
    • Mail to City of Pitt Meadows, Attn: Corporate Officer's Office, 12007 Harris Road, Pitt Meadows, BC   V3Y 2B5
Day of the Public Hearing
  • Every person attending the Public Hearing will be given the opportunity to be heard. 
  • If you wish to provide written comment but did not submit your correspondence by the deadline, please deliver it to the Corporate Officer at the Public Hearing.
During the Public Hearing
  • Those who wish to comment at the Public Hearing are given an opportunity to do so, up to a maximum of three minutes each. 
  • After all participants have spoken, the floor will open to those who wish to speak a second time.  The Public Hearing will continue until everyone who wishes to has the opportunity to speak, after which the Chair will close the meeting. 
Speaking at the Public Hearing
  • Council's role at the Public Hearing is to listen to the public.  Council will not challenge your comments, but may ask questions for clarification. 
  • After the staff presentations, the Chair will invite comments from the floor .
  • Those appearing before Council must state their full name, street, neighbourhood, and city for the record. 
  • Direct all your comments and answers to the Chair.
  • Speak slowly and clearly into the microphone.
  • Be prepared- speakers are limited to three minutes.

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