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2014 Municipal Election

Monday, October 27, 2014 is the date that Brockville residents go to the polls to elect their Mayor, City Councillors and school board Trustees. By voting, you are not only exercising your democratic right, but you are also ensuring your support for those candidates who share your vision for your community and neighbourhood. 

By voting for a candidate for Mayor and Councillor, you are helping to set the future direction of the City of Brockville. The City provides the day-to-day services you count on from fire and police service, to clean water and parks, to transit and public library. City Council decides how your property tax dollars are spent and establishes the level and range of municipal services available in your community. Voting for your school board Trustee is also important. Trustees develop and implement recommendations for educational programs, budgets, facilities and property issues, and policies and procedures that govern their Boards operation. That's why its important to vote. 

Read the information for voters to find out how you can exercise you right to vote and participate in the 2014 municipal election. 

As a candidate for your City Council or local school board, you will have an opportunity to draw citizens attention to certain issues, and to introduce them to your ideas and vision for our city. You will learn more about your community and more about yourself. By putting your name forward as a candidate you can make a difference! Check out the information for candidates, where you can learn more about running in the 2014 municipal election. 

In 2013, City Council voted to reduce the number of members of council by one position. Effective with the 2014 Municipal Election, voters will be asked to cast one vote for Mayor and vote for up to eight candidates for council who represent the entire City. As was used in the 2010 Municipal Election, voters in the 2014 Municipal Election will be using electronic voting (internet and telephone). 

General information for Candidates, Voters and accessibility is available at this time. Additional information will be made available in the months leading up to Voting Day. 

Need more information Contact us with your questions and inquiries, Monday to Friday, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm. 

City of Brockville Clerk's Office
1 King Street West
Brockville, ON K6V 7A5
Telephone: 613-342-8772
Fax: 613-498-2793

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