Wolfville Town Council consists of six Councillors, plus the Mayor. Each Councillor, and the Mayor, is elected at large by Wolfville residents to represent their interests. Municipal elections are generally held every four years; the current Council was elected in 2020 and the next municipal elections will be in October 2024.
Town Council and town staff provide leadership and collaborative governance in the allocation of public resources for the greater good of the Wolfville community and strive to work towards making the vision a reality:
The town's vision is a community based on respect for all people, property, and the environment; a community where there is adequate housing, appropriate employment, personal security, and cultural enjoyment.
Town Council meets twice a month, at Committee of the Whole and at Town Council meetings.
The role of town staff is to deliver proactive, effective, and responsive services; promote citizen-based involvement and problem solving; foster an atmosphere of quality service to citizens with an open and responsive manner; promote learning, co-operation, and shared resources; encourage alternative, creative, and effective methods of service delivery; and support and take direction from Council decision making.
The Town Council distribution list automatically sends your email to the Mayor, Deputy Mayor, all Councillors, the Chief Administrative Officer, the Town Clerk, Communications Specialist and Director Financial Services.
Please be advised that all mail addressed to Town Council will be included as correspondence at a subsequent Committee of the Whole Council meeting, including emails sent to the Towncouncil@wolfville.ca distribution list.
Personal email addresses/home addresses are redacted from received correspondence before being included in any council package for privacy reasons.