Request to Appear as a Delegation

Request to Appear as a Delegation

If Applicable
Purpose of Presentation
Have you spoken with City of Terrace staff about this request?
Will the Delegation require electronic equipment?
Note: If you require use of a laptop and projector, you will be required to provide your presentation electronically to the Corporate Officer at least 5 business days prior to the Council meeting.
Delegation requests are subject to approval by the Corporate Administrator. Submission of an application does not guarantee that a delegation will be approved to appear before Council, or that the delegation will be scheduled on the requested date.

Where the subject matter of a delegation pertains to legal matters, personnel, and/or private property issues, of falls outside of Council's jurisdiction, the City of Terrace reserves the right not to approve such delegations.

The City of Terrace is committed to breaking down barriers, deconstructing biases, and fostering and promoting an inclusive, respectful, and welcoming environment for all.

Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIPPA)

The personal information collected on this form is collected under the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIPPA) and will only be used for the purpose with which it was collected. The personal information, if needed, will be used by the City of Terrace to contact you regarding the request to appear before the City of Terrace Council at a scheduled Council meeting.

If you have any questions about the collection of your personal information, please contact the city's Freedom of Information Coordinator at 250-638-4721.

Information provided on this form will be published and made available for public viewing, with the exception of any personal contact information.


  • Have a purpose.
  • Prepare a good introduction.
  • Give reasons as to why Council should address your issue, and any possible solutions to the problem.
  • Speak clearly into the microphone.
  • Direct your presentation to the Council, don't worry about the audience.
  • Keep your presentation short and to the point.