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Township of Puslinch, 7404 Wellington Road 34, Puslinch, Ontario N0B 2J0

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Recreation Committee

The responsibilities of the Recreation Committee include:

  • Acting as an advisory committee to Council on issues that affect all recreation facilities, parks, playing fields, playgrounds, programs, and the Puslinch Community Centre (including policy and fee schedules).
  • Receiving and reviewing the operating and capital budget.
  • Review practices and policies identified by staff and Council and make recommendations to improve the delivery of services to the public.
  • Encouraging and assisting, where necessary, programs of recreation to meet the needs and interests of the community.
  • Reviewing revenue and expense reports.

Recreation Committee Terms of Reference


  • The Committee shall be composed of 1 Councillor and 4 members of the public.
  • A member’s term on the committee shall be concurrent with the Term of Council or until a successor is appointed.

Meeting Schedule

Meetings are to be held quarterly on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 7 p.m. or called by the Chair as required.

Recreation Committee Meetings

Last meeting

CANCELLED – Recreation Committee

Upcoming meeting

Recreation Advisory Committee Meeting


Council shall receive written reports or minutes from this committee.

Recreation Committee Initiatives

Puslinch Community Newsletter

The Recreation Committee creates a monthly distribution newsletter that is posted on the Township’s website. The newsletter gives approved organizations an opportunity to share important event details/news items with the public. For more information on the purpose and eligibility criteria, please refer to the Newsletter Policy. In order to participate, organizations must fill out and submit the application form to the Township. Read the latest Community Newsletter.

Recreation Committee Members

Recreation Committee Disclosures of Pecuniary Interest

When a Recreation Committee member experiences a direct or indirect conflict related to an issue they are involved in, it becomes a pecuniary interest and must be disclosed.

2021 Recreation Committee Disclosures of Pecuniary Interest

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