Repeats every 2 weeks until Wed Dec 17 2014 except Tue Feb 04 2014, Tue Feb 11 2014, Tue Feb 25 2014, Tue Mar 11 2014, Tue Mar 25 2014, Tue Apr 08 2014, Tue Apr 22 2014, Tue Apr 29 2014, Tue Jul 01 2014, Tue Jul 29 2014, Tue Aug 12 2014, Tue Aug 26 2014, Tue Sep 09 2014, Tue Sep 23 2014, Tue Oct 28 2014, Tue Nov 11 2014, Tue Nov 18 2014, Tue Nov 25 2014, Tue Dec 30 2014. Also includes Tue Feb 18 2014, Tue Mar 04 2014, Tue Mar 18 2014, Tue Apr 01 2014, Tue Apr 15 2014, Wed Jul 02 2014, Tue Aug 05 2014, Tue Sep 02 2014, Tue Sep 16 2014.
September 2, 2014 - 9:00am
Sep

Closed meetings are meetings held in the absence of the public. Council is only authorized to hold in-camera meetings under the circumstances set out Section 90 of the Community Charter.

Closed meetings usually occur in matters pertaining to personnel and land matters, labor or employee negotiations, law enforcement, litigation or potential litigation and information prohibited from disclosure pursuant to the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

Repeats every 2 weeks until Wed Dec 17 2014 except Tue Feb 04 2014, Tue Feb 11 2014, Tue Feb 25 2014, Tue Mar 11 2014, Tue Mar 25 2014, Tue Apr 08 2014, Tue Apr 22 2014, Tue Apr 29 2014, Tue Apr 29 2014, Tue Jul 01 2014, Tue Jul 29 2014, Tue Aug 12 2014, Tue Aug 26 2014, Tue Sep 09 2014, Tue Sep 23 2014, Tue Oct 14 2014, Tue Oct 28 2014, Tue Nov 11 2014, Tue Nov 18 2014, Tue Nov 25 2014, Tue Dec 30 2014. Also includes Tue Feb 18 2014, Tue Mar 04 2014, Tue Mar 18 2014, Tue Apr 01 2014, Tue Apr 15 2014, Wed Jul 02 2014, Tue Aug 05 2014, Tue Sep 02 2014, Tue Sep 16 2014.
September 2, 2014 - 5:30pm
Sep

Regular council meetings are posted annually, and agendas are made available prior to each meeting. The powers of the mayor and council are exercised through the adoption of resolutions or the enacting of bylaws at council meetings. Agendas and minutes are available online.

All regular council meetings are open to the public and no person is excluded, except in the case of improper conduct. Members of the public are welcome to attend the open meetings of council.

September 2, 2014 - 6:00pm Sep

Notice of Public Hearing - Land Use Contract Amendment Bylaw (Blueberry Hill) No. 2062, 2014

Description:

In general terms, the purpose of the proposed Bylaw is to amend the land use contract for the subject lands by replacing the contract’s existing Gross Floor Area definition with “Zoning and Parking Bylaw No. 303, 1983” Gross Floor Area definition as follows:

September 2, 2014 - 6:00pm Sep

View Public Hearing Notice

Description:

In general terms, the purpose of the proposed Bylaw is to amend the land use contract for the subject lands by replacing the contract’s existing Gross Floor Area definition with “Zoning and Parking Bylaw No. 303, 1983”. 

September 3, 2014 - 3:00pm Sep

Advisory Design Panel

Description: The purpose of the Advisory Design Panel is to create an independent body to provide an objective view in the public interest, and to give impartial professional advice to municipal staff and council on matters relating to the context of development proposals or policies affecting Whistler's physical environment.

Location: Flute Room, Municipal Hall

September 3, 2014 - 6:00pm Sep

Description: Coast to Cascade Grizzly Bear Initiative presents challenges & solutions to Grizzlies dwindling numbers & how we can keep them for generations ahead.

Date: September 03, 2014

Time: 6 pm

Location: Whistler Museum

September 4, 2014 - 5:00pm Sep

Description: Strut Your Stuff, Whistler's Annual Fall Registration and Information Fair is a one-stop shop for local families to register for fall and winter programs or to gather information about the numerous community organizations and events. Hosted by Kidsport Whistler. 
Date: Thursday September 4, 2014
Time: 5 - 8 p. m. 
Location: Myrtle Philip Community School 

September 6, 2014 - 7:00am Sep

Ride this epic 122 km route from downtown Vancouver to Whistler up the Sea to Sky Highway. Enjoy breathtaking views of Howe Sound and the Coast Mountain Range, with challenging climbs rewarded with plenty of downhill sections. Recreational, advanced and elite level cyclists are all welcome to ride at their preferred pace. Arrive to a warm welcome in Whistler - stay the night and celebrate with family, friends and fellow riders.

Photo credit: Mike Crane/Tourism Whistler

September 7, 2014 - 10:00am Sep

Description: For kids 12 & under. Kids can spin their wheels on a bike course and learn more about cycling. Please bring a helmet and your bike and adult caregiver.

Date: September 7, 2014

Time: 10am

Location: Whistler Olympic Plaza

September 7, 2014 - 11:00am Sep

Description: Cyclists will play a cat-and-mouse sprint race on a 900 meter closed course. $500 cash to the winner. $20 entry fee and racing is open to any age cyclist.

Date: September 07, 2014

Time: 11 a.m. race starts

Location: Blackcomb Way