The Town of Spiritwood is governed by elected officials, which are the Mayor and six Councillors. They are not divided into wards and are elected as a representative at large. The Town Office and Administration is your direct link to Council. The staff is there to provide assistance to meet your needs and bring forth any issues to Council in a timely manner.
Council meetings are located in the Council Chambers of the Town Office every second and fourth Tuesday of the month at 7:00 P.M. It should be noted that any correspondence to Council becomes public record as it becomes part of the Council meeting.
Information must be submitted the Friday prior to the council meeting date.
PUBLIC ATTENDANCE AT MEETINGS
The public is welcome to attend any regular council meetings. The public will only be an observer unless a request to the Town Office to become a delegation was submitted the Friday prior to the date of the meeting.
HOW TO BECOME A DELEGATION AT A REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING
If you or your business/organization wishes to make a presentation to council, you are required to do the following:
- Must submit, in legible writing, a request to council the Friday before the regular council meeting.
- The number of delegations to be present in front of council shall not exceed four (4).
- The delegation shall be allowed twenty (20) minutes for their presentation.
- All items listed and more are available at the town office that forms part of the policy and procedures manual. (Policy Number 6.)