619 Statters Lake Ave
Holyrood, ON N0G 2B0
Mayor and Council
The Township of Huron-Kinloss is comprised of a Mayor, Deputy Mayor and five councillors at large. The Mayor and Councillors are elected to four-year terms through the municipal election process. Council administers the public services in the Township including, administration, fire, water and waste water, public works, planning and community services.
105 Gordon Street North
Kincardine, ON N2Z 0B3
182 Bruce County Rd 1, RR 5
Lucknow, ON N0G 2H0
Lucknow, ON N0G 2H0
Members of the public may wish to communicate with Council from time to time. Correspondence can be directed to individual Councillors (contact information above), or if you would like your correspondence directed to all of Council, please send your correspondence addressed to Council in writing and include your name and property address to the Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every communication or petition intended for presentation to the Council must be legibly written, typed or printed and signed by at least one person. The Clerk shall list within the agenda only those communications and petitions received prior to one o’clock in the afternoon (1:00 p.m.) on the Thursday preceding the regular Council meeting unless deemed to be of an urgent nature.
Individuals who submit communications and other information to council and its Committees or Boards should be aware that any personal information contained within their communications may become part of the public record and may be made available through the agenda process which includes publication on the Township’s website.
Delegation to Council
Members of the public who wish to make presentations to Council on their own behalf or on behalf of an organization may complete the Delegation Request form on our website. Each delegation is allotted 10 minutes to speak with Council.
Please note that the purpose of a delegation is to provide information to Council. They will provide you with a response at a later date. Once heard, a delegation will not be heard again on substantially the same material for six months.
The schedule of Council and Committee of the Whole meetings may be found on the Agenda and Minutes calendar.
All regular meetings are open to the public.
The purpose of the closed session is for Council is to receive information or give direction on certain issues. The Province has set rules for a Council, local board or a committee to go into a closed meeting. These rules are found in section 239 of the Municipal Act, 2001 as amended. If you have concerns regarding a closed session please contact the Clerk at 519-395-3735. If you have further concern regarding a Closed Meeting please visit www.ombudsman.on.ca or call 1-800-263-1830.
The municipal office is located at 21 Queen Street in Ripley.
The hours of operation are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday.
The office is fully wheelchair accessible.
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