The Town is a lower-tier municipality within Grey County. Our Council is comprised of seven members - one Mayor, one Deputy Mayor and five Councillors. The current term of Council began on December 1, 2018 and will end on November 30, 2022.
Council Vacation runs from Tuesday, July 16 to Sunday, August 25, 2019. Members of Council will reconvene for the regularly scheduled Committee of the Whole meeting on Monday, August 26, 2019. In accordance with the Town’s Procedural By-law 2018-20, Special Meetings may be called at the discretion of the Mayor and the Town Clerk. Notice of any scheduled Special Meetings of Council will be included in an eblast to subscribers, and posted to the Council Calendar. Please note: Council Vacation does not impact Committee of Council meetings. The Council Calendar contains up-to-date details on Committee of Council meetings.
Each Member of Council was elected to represent the entire Town and you can contact any Members of Council concerning any matter of interest. Correspondence sent to an individual Member of Council will not appear on a Council Agenda. Please visit our Correspondence & Deputations page for imformation about how to bring an issue before Council.
For more information about how to become more involved with the Town, please visit our Public Engagement page or Subscribe to News Updates. For a list of upcoming Council and Committee meetings, visit the Council Calendar.
For more information about the Municipal Elections and for links to Provincial and Federal Election information, please visit our Elections page.
Information about the Mayor including forms for requesting certificates and letters of recognition from the Mayor
Contact information for the Members of The Blue Mountains Town Council
Access to agendas, reports, minutes and archived live stream meeting videos
Watch Council and Committee of The Whole meetings with our Council meeting live stream
How to participate in the public process through correspondence with Council or making a deputation before Council
Information about various boards and committees as appointed by Council to make decisions or recommendations on a variety of matters
The Municipal Act, 2001 authorizes municipalities to establish codes of conduct for Members of Council and Local Boards. The Code of Conduct sets minimum standards for the behaviour of Council Members in carrying out their functions.
The Code of Conduct is developed to assist Council to:
The Town has also established a Protocol Policy for Complaints Related to Council Members and Local Boards.
For additional information, please contact the Clerks Office.
Chief Administrative Officer