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Placemaking for a lively, sustainable, safe & healthy Squamish

OurSquamish is a community non-profit dedicated to enhancing Squamish’s urban public spaces for a lively, inclusive, sustainable, safe & healthy Squamish. Through people-driven projects, education, and advocacy, OurSquamish is committed to building equitable public spaces that support the diversity of our community.

 

Call for Directors

OurSquamish is seeking dedicated individuals to join its Board of Directors. As a member of our Board, you are passionate about contributing toward making Squamish a more sustainable and liveable town. As an organization, we work to support people’s ideas to enhance or improve Squamish’s urban public spaces through placemaking projects, events, advocacy, and research. Our Board, Staff, and volunteers often collaborate with other organizations, the District of Squamish, and local businesses to make these projects happen. We are looking for individuals that are interested in further supporting our work and managing the direction of our organization as it continues to grow. As a small, volunteer-led organization, it's the people and their personal interests and skills that shape what we do. We’re excited to see where you can take us!

Watch below to learn more about us:

Fill out the form through the "ready to apply" link above and submit your application by August 31, 2022. If a phone call is more accessible to you, follow the link for instructions. We look forward to hearing from you!

 

What We Do

Our Bike Valet on Open Street Day 2022
Our Bike Valet on Open Street Day 2022

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Our pop-up patio on Open Street Day 2022
Our pop-up patio on Open Street Day 2022

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Take a seat in the garden on our bench on Pemberton Avenue and Fourth Avenue.
Take a seat in the garden on our bench on Pemberton Avenue and Fourth Avenue.

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Our Bike Valet on Open Street Day 2022
Our Bike Valet on Open Street Day 2022

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We work with other non-profit organizations, community builders, businesses and the District of Squamish to advance projects such as public furniture, shared streets, community events, and more. As an independent voice for public space, we promote creative, community-oriented urban design and foster public dialogue on important civic issues.