Citizen Advisory Committee
The Roslyn Urban Forest Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC) is a group of seven people that are selected by the Mayor and appointed by the Roslyn City Council who make management recommendations in regards to the Roslyn Urban Forest.
Their recommendations are guided by a Land Stewardship Plan which was adopted by the Roslyn City Council on July 8th of 2008. After which the CAC was formed to be the lead in the management of the Roslyn Urban Forest. Adherence to an existing Land Stewardship Plan (LSP) is required as a condition of the land transfer to the city. This plan was developed to protect its ecological values and historical sites while providing for a quality non-motorized recreational experience.
The Roslyn Urban Forest includes a 300 acre city-owned parcel within the city boundaries, up on the Roslyn Ridge and smaller stands around the City stands adjacent to the Roslyn Cemeteries. The CAC meets every first and third Wednesdays of the Month in the Council Chambers and is open to the public.
Committee meets the first Wednesday of each month at 6pm
"Non-motorized, sustainable, able to adapt to new information and unforeseen circumstances, connected and integrated into the wildlife and recreation networks in the region, embraced by the City and the local citizen's and users, provides educational opportunities for the community, and enhances the quality of life in Roslyn."