Beautification Committee Chair

 

The Campbellville Community Association (DCCA) is a registered not-for-profit organization that exists for the primary purpose of improving the quality of life in Campbellville and the surrounding area, by representing the interests of the community. The Beautification Committee works with the Town of Milton, Region of Halton, Conservation Halton and others to improve the look of the area. The DCCA requires someone to lead the Beautification Committee by acting as Chairperson.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Maintain communications with Conservation Halton (CH), the Town of Milton, and Halton Region, as appropriate, regarding DCCA beautification priorities and activities.
  • Communicate with CH regarding events to be held in the CH gazebo park (or other CH properties).
  • Organize work parties for beautification activities (e.g., repairing/painting benches, litter pick-up before events, weeding, plantings).
  • Communicate activities to the DCCA Board of Directors.

 

Activities:

  • Engage the current committee, and invite others to join the committee and participate in beautification activities.
  • Organize one to three work parties per year, as projects and priorities dictate.
  • Request assistance and participation from the membership by preparing emails to be sent by the Membership Coordinator to the DCCA membership.
  • Meet with CH, the Town and/or Region annually, or as appropriate, regarding beautification priorities and projects.
  • Prepare an annual budget for beautification activities.
  • Other activities as you determine and wish to do.

 

Requirements/Skills:

  • Must be a member of the DCCA.
  • An interest in gardening and generally in beautification of the area.
  • A friendly and positive manner.

 

Time Commitment:

  • This is a volunteer position. Ideally, we would like someone willing to consider this role for multiple years, and willing to train their successor.
  • Most of the time spent will be between March and September, although planning activities may occur in late winter or early spring.