Directory of Community Programs and Services in Barrie Ontario

Record #: CWD1450
Last Modified: 27 Nov 2023
Last Full Update: 23 Dec 2020

Contacts

Office Phone No public telephone number

Addresses

Address & Map
Coordinates: 44.6073644, -79.4190960
Physical Access Not Applicable

Description

Description (Service) Basically anyone who is eligible to vote can run for municipal office. A candidate must be:
  • a resident of the community
  • or a non-resident owner (or tenant) of land in the community
  • a Canadian citizen; at least 18 years old on voting day
  • not disqualified by any legislation from holding municipal office.
To run to become a school board trustee, a candidate must be:
  • a resident within the jurisdiction of the board
  • a Canadian citizen
  • at least 18 years old on voting day
  • eligible to be an elector of that school board for which the person is a candidate
  • not disqualified by any legislation from holding school board office
The term of office is four years, and registration is between May 1 and fourth Friday in July of the election year. Contact your local municipal office clerk for further information.

Service Details

Legal Status (99) Unknown / No Service
Hours n/a
Areas Served Bruce County ; Dufferin County ; Grey County ; Haliburton County ; Huron County ; Kawartha Lakes ; Muskoka District ; Northumberland County ; Parry Sound District ; Perth County ; Peterborough (County of) ; Simcoe County
Eligibility Call Municipal office for further details
Application Registration is between May 1 and fourth Friday in July of the election year.
Languages English
Fees Service - $200 to run for head of council and $100 for other positions

Subjects

Service Categories Elections/Election Campaigns

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