How do I contact the Mayor and Council?
- You may contact the Mayor or Councilors individually by using the contact information provided on their respective pages.
When are Council Meetings held?
- Regular Council meetings are held every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of each month in the Council Chambers at the Town Office. Meetings begin at 7:00 p.m.
Are Council Meetings open to the public?
- The public is welcome to attend all Council meetings. Although the meetings are open to the public, the public is only allowed to speak during a Council meeting if they are presenting an agenda item or have requested as a delegation. The public may choose to stay for the entire meeting, or just for the items that interest them.
- We request that cell phones be put on silent mode while the Council meeting is in session.
What happens to feedback or communication provided to Council?
- Communication addressed to Mayor and Council is included in the Council agenda package for consideration by Council. Letters for the Council agenda must be received by the Town Office at least 3 business days prior to a meeting to be placed on the next agenda, or they will be placed on a subsequent agenda. Your correspondence will be considered by Council, and a response will be provided by the Administration Office following the meeting.
- Please note that public input, feedback, or presentations to Council or Council Committees in the form of letters, emails, or in person may become part of the public record.
How do I know what is on the Council meeting agenda?
- A copy of the Council Meeting agenda may be requested from the Town Office prior to the Council Meeting. Please email email@example.com.
How can I be added to the Council meeting agenda as a delegate?
- You may contact the Town Office at 306-554-2123 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
How much time do I have when presenting to Council?
- Delegations are allowed 15 minutes to address Council. Following your presentation, you may be asked questions of clarification by the Council.
*For more information, you may read the Council Procedures Bylaw.