Woodpark Community Association
The Woodpark Community Association is governed by twelve board members operating within the bylaws (click to see bylaws) for the organization. There are four named table officers and eight general board members. Below are the current table officers and board members.
Additionally, there are four sub-committees each with their own focus. These sub-committees are chaired by a board member and recruit both other board members and members of the Woodpark community to carry out their mandates. These sub-committees are guided by terms of reference. The details for the sub-committees can be found below.
Sue is a long time resident of Woodpark. Sue values the walkability of the neighbourhood, the sense of community that exists and the easy access to green space, public transit and local services. She is committed to ensuring that these attributes are further enhanced as the anticipated developments in Woodpark and the surrounding area proceed.
Board Member (past President)
Larry has lived in Woodpark 15 years and is committed to building a better community for everyone. As a senior, he is eager to pass on the wisdom of participating in many successful citizens groups. "With LRT construction, multiple redevelopments and an influx of new residents, Woodpark faces both challenges and opportunities. I believe that if we engage residents and work together, we will create the community that we want to live in, celebrate and have our children to grow up in"
The Sustainability Sub-Committee works with the community to undertake projects and initiatives to reverse and adapt to climate change, reduce waste and address sustainability issues such as local food production. They seek partnership with other community organizations, not-for-profits and local businesses with the goals of addressing environmental concerns.
The Outreach and Events Sub-Committee plans and promotes community events that foster community spirit. It also endeavours to educate and promote our members on civic, emergency and working with the Sustainability team, environmental topics. The committee maintains a calendar of events and activities both in Woodpark and our surrounding communities.
The Infrastructure and Development Sub-Committee is mandated to represent Woodpark members on issues of Traffic, Infrastructure and Developments in Woodpark. They work with and City and NCC representatives to understand and comment on how development impacts Woodpark and to ensure Woodpark voices are heard.
The Internal Services Sub-Committee provides administrative support to the board, oversee the financial management of the community association, and ensure the board's activities align with the bylaws. The committee manages the website, external communication and prepares and publishes documentation of board meetings (monthly and AGM) for the community association.