Meeting held electronically and open to public attendance
Council Chamber, City Hall

We recognize and respect that New Westminster is on the unceded and unsurrendered land of the Halkomelem speaking peoples. We acknowledge that colonialism has made invisible their histories and connections to the land. As a City, we are learning and building relationships with the people whose lands we are on.


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The Mayor will open the meeting and provide a land acknowledgement.


As circulated or as amended (urgent/time sensitive matters only)

To seek Council direction on implementation of Bill 44 for Small Scale Multi-unit Housing and Bill 47 for Transit Oriented Development Areas.

  • Recommendation:

    THAT Council forward Zoning Amendment Bylaw (Transit Oriented Area and Small Scale Multi Unit Housing Amendments) No. 8453, 2024 and Transit Oriented Area Designation Bylaw No. 8460, 2024 to the June 10, 2024 Regular Meeting of Council for consideration of First, Second and Third Readings; and

    THAT notice be given in accordance with the Local Government Act.

To present a scope of work for Infill Housing and Townhouse Acceleration Programs for Council’s consideration.

  • Recommendation:

    THAT Council direct staff to proceed with the work plan for the Infill Housing Acceleration program as outlined in this report.

    THAT Council direct staff to proceed with the work plan for the Townhouse Acceleration program as outlined in this report.

To update Council on the process to consider a new logo for the City of New Westminster, and seek endorsement of the proposed plans for community engagement as developed collaboratively with the community working group and graphic design firm.

  • Recommendation:

    THAT Council provide feedback on the proposed engagement objectives and approach to inform development of a new corporate logo;

    THAT Council endorse the engagement objectives and approach; and

    THAT Council direct staff to proceed with launching the community engagement process.



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