Youth and Teens
Join us on Saturday September 27 and have your voice heard. The City of Burlington wants you to connect with us and tell us what you're looking for in terms of programs, services, and Youth Friendly Spaces. Event will feature:
- Parent-free Zone
- Free Food
- Video Game Truck
Tell us what's on your mind! Fill out this survey to help us provide better services for you.
You can find us on Twitter: @Burl_youthvoice
Burlington: A Youth Friendly Community
"Acceptance...Collaboration...Empowerment - Investing in the Potential of Our Youth"
Did you know...
Burlington was awarded a Youth Friendly Community Recognition Award through Playworks - The Ontario Partnership for Active Youth! A youth friendly community is one that actively supports and provides opportunities for the growth and development through play for youth aged 13 to 19 years of age. Play can include but is not limited to- recreation, sport, leisure, arts, drama, civic engagement, youth activism, volunteerism, social clubs and youth leadership.
The City of Burlington wants to hear from Youth. We want to know how best to reach them and provide them with recreational opportunities. We want to hear from youth about the types of programs they would like to participate in and want to ensure that they feel at home in the community. Look out for the City of Burlington Staff engaging with youth at different venues and events and let your voice be heard!