The Township of King's Mayor's Youth Action Team (MYAT) formed in 2015 and is a voluntary group of young individuals between the ages of 13 to 18 (Grade 9 to 12) whose goal is to support and recognize their fellow youth and ensure that young voices are heard throughout the Township of King. We are always accepting new members, so please contact Kenzie Van Wagner at email@example.com if you are interesting in joining!
The Main objectives of the Mayor's Youth Action Team are:
- To act as an advisory body to the Mayor and Council on matters which have an impact on youth in King.
- To identify and bring forward issues which will have an impact on King youth.
- To foster a positive image of youth in our community by participating actively in community events and activities in King.
- To promote positive meaningful activities for youth in partnership with the community.
- To act as an advocate for youth issues.
- To encourage youth to become more familiar with the workings of local government through education, involvement and participation
- To be apart of MYAT complete the MYAT Application Form
MYAT Meeting Dates
Wednesday, February 28th, 3:15-4:00pm, Township of King Municipal Office
Wednesday, March 28, 3:15pm-4:00pm, Township of King Municipal Office
Wednesday, April 18, 3:15pm-4:00pm, Township of King Municipal Office
Wednesday, May 9, 3:15pm-4:00pm, Township of King Municipal Office
Positive Ticket Program
The Township of King is pleased to support the Future ACES Positive Ticket Program in partnership with York Regional Police and the Herbert H. Carnegie Future ACES Foundation, by acknowledging youth in our communities who are "caught in the act" of demonstrating positive behaviour and good decision-making.
Handed out by police officers, the tickets reinforce the character attributes of the Future ACES Philosophy; having a positive Attitude, working together through interactive Cooperation, leading by Example and giving back to others through Service and the values of the York Regional Police.
York Regional Police launched the initiative in September 2007, bringing the Future ACES Positive Ticket Program into the schools and the community to promote good relationships between officers and young people.
Founded in 1987, the Herbert H. Carnegie Future ACES Foundation is a non-profit, registered charitable organization. The Foundation has an association with hundreds of schools and organizations across Ontario to empower and foster positivebehaviour in youth.
What to do when you receive a YRP / Future ACES Positive Ticket
Individuals who receive a YRP / Future ACES Positive Ticket may redeem a coupon from the Township of King by choosing one activity (indicated on the ticket) for which they will receive a FREE one-time admission. The coupon must be surrendered to the recreation provider upon entry.
YOUTH WEEK 2018
Come celebrate International Youth Week with us April 30th - May 4th! Our Mayor's Youth Action Team will be organizing some awesome celebrations - Stay tuned for more details!
The Youth Recognition Awards Ceremony aims to celebrate and recognize youth in the community who have made extraordinary contributions in various areas and to generate awareness of the value these contributions make in our community. Use this Nomination Package to nominate a deserving youth today!
Register your team today for the Township of King Youth Week: Dodgeball Tournament. All teams must be co-ed with at least 2 players from each team of an opposite gender. All participatnts must be between the ages of 14-18. Please complete the registration form and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org to resgister your team. Spots are limited, register early!