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Be Involved In Burnaby

2019 Local Heroes - Call for Nominations

The City is seeking nominations for Local Heroes – people who have made outstanding contributions to community well-being in Burnaby. Nominations are due May 10 »

Burnaby is a great place to live, work, study, play and visit! By all working together and being involved in our community we can make sure it stays this way. An involved community is an engaged community, where neighbours know each other and where contributions are recognized and celebrated. Burnaby welcomes all citizens to get involved with their City!

Get Involved



If you are looking for opportunities to give back to your community, meet new people or gain experience, volunteering with the City is the right choice for you.
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Apply for Grants

The City of Burnaby supports cultural, athletic and volunteer groups who provide services or promote activities which are beneficial to Burnaby.
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Perhaps you’d like to make your own contribution to Burnaby’s future?
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Get Awarded and Recognized


Citizen Plaza Pavers

Commemorate local people's and business' distinctive connections to Burnaby
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Public Safety Committee Awards

Recognize individuals with a connection to Burnaby who have carried out an act of bravery or courage related to crime prevention or community policing.
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Environment Awards

Celebrate organizations or individuals who contribute their time toward the protection of a sustainable environment.
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The Kushiro Cup

Honours an outstanding citizen who have volunteered in cultural or recreational activities.
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Local Heroes

Identify individuals who have given back to their community in a number of ways.
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Youth Week Citizenship Awards

Presented to young people in Burnaby who have a positive attitude and have volunteered their time and skills.
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