Be active and get involved
We welcome your public service and community involvement. Follow and participate in engagement opportunities to help shape City's projects, policies and initiatives and make Burnaby a better place to live, work and play. Explore all the ways you can get involved.
Jobs and careers
Be part of the team that delivers programs and services to the citizens of Burnaby. Learn what it's like to work for the City and discover the benefits we offer–explore our current openings.
If you're looking for opportunities to help your community, meet new people or gain experience, volunteering with the City is a great way to do it.
Apply for grants
Burnaby supports cultural, athletic and volunteer groups who provide services or promote activities that benefit our community.
Sponsor or donate
Whether it’s a donation to programs for seniors and youth or the sponsorship of an event, your gift is appreciated.
Get to know us
About City Hall
Mayor and Council
Learn about your mayor and council and their roles, election information, how we make decisions and proclamations.
Meetings and public hearings
Find agendas and reports for upcoming or past meetings.
Council meetings are held at Burnaby City Hall twice a month, Monday evenings at 5 pm. Watch a council meeting or attend in person.
Become a committee member
The City's committees, commissions and boards make decisions that impact all Burnaby citizens. As a volunteer, you get to be part of the decision-making process.
Your Voice is the City's new online hub where you can share, discuss and collaborate on creating sustainable solutions for important issues, challenges and opportunities in our community.
Managed by non-profit community groups, these gardens give residents a place to grow food and share their experience and knowledge–all while building a welcoming, safe community.
Sign up for #CityConnect, Burnaby's electronic newsletter, delivering City news straight to your inbox.
Your 'keys' to the city
This interactive web map is a great guide to information about our City facilities–and where free public Wi-Fi is available.
Learn about Burnaby's rich heritage and history.
Burnaby Immigrant Programs and Resources (BIPR) lists 125 programs and services designed to support new immigrants and refugees as they settle in Burnaby.
Local government in BC
Local government is the most accessible and responsive level of government–the Union of BC Municipalities (UBCM) explains how it works and how you can play a part in it.