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MYC Community Council

A network of youth representatives from community organizations across the city. 

The Community Council is a group of youth representatives from partner organizations that represent the vibrant communities of our city, who will meet and work in collaboration with the Mayor’s Youth Council (MYC). This council aims to provide a unified space where young voices can be heard, ideas can be exchanged, and collective action can be taken to address the needs of our youth population.

Join the Council

Why Join?

By becoming a member of the Community Council, your organization will have a seat on MYC and provide your youth with a space to have an influential role in shaping priorities, programs, and initiatives that impact our city's youth. This is a unique opportunity for young people to collaborate with fellow community leaders, share insights, and work collaboratively with MYC and local government officials to create positive change.

How to Join

If you are a community organization interested in having a space for your young people on the MYC Community Council, please reach out to for more information.

Participation Details

Monthly Council Meetings
  • The Community Council will meet on a monthly basis to discuss various topics, share updates, and strategize on collaborative efforts. Each organization will be responsible for sending two youth representatives to each meeting. 

  • The Community Council meetings will be held from 4-6PM on the third Wednesday of each month, from October to May. Some exceptions may be made due to holidays, a detailed schedule will be shared with organizations that are selected. 



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