Committee Name Change

To better reflect its purpose, the DRA’s Healthy Living Committee is now known as the Urban Livability Committee. This amendment was approved by the DRA Board on March 16, 2015.

The Urban Livability Committee promotes livability in the downtown community and deals with issues such as safety, cleanliness, graffiti and social issues. Responsibilities of the committee include building community partnerships, participating in constructive dialogues with relevant stakeholders, and promoting and acting on initiatives that support livability in downtown Victoria. This committee currently meets every third Tuesday of the month. DRA members interested in livability solutions are encouraged to get involved.

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