Office of the Clerk

The roles of Legislative Service/Clerk include the preparation and circulation of Council documents and maintaining the original copies of all by-laws and minutes of Council. The Director of Legislative Services/Clerk is responsible for requests under the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and for the conduct and administration of Municipal elections. The Director of Legislative Services/Clerk also issues marriage and lottery licenses. The Legislative Services/Clerk's office also has a Commissioner of Oaths for signing affidavits and statutory declarations.


Council

Your Council is elected to represent you. Find out more about your council members, and how to contact them on municipal matters.

Boards and Committees

Boards and Committees make recommendations to Council. Find more information on Boards and Committees, including meeting agendas and minutes. 

By-Laws

Here you will find more information on the Municipal By-Laws passed by Meaford Council.

Accessibility

The Accessibility of Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005 (AODA) is a law passed by the Ontario legislature that allows the government to develop specific standards of accessibility and to enforce them.

Legislation

This legislation informs all activities undertaken by Meaford Council and staff.

Commissions

The Legislative Services Department provides Commissioning of Oaths services for a fee of $20.00.

Marriage and Vital Statistics

The Legislative Services Department can issue Marriage licenses, Birth certificates, and death certificates.

Livestock/Line Fences

The Ontario Wildlife Damage Compensation Program provides financial assistance to producers whose livestock, poultry and honey bees were damaged by wildlife.

Information Requests (MFIPPA)

The Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (MFIPPA) give you the right to request access to government-held information about you.

Elections

Find more information about Council elections.

Lotteries/Licences

The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario regulates Charitable Lottery Licensing for the province.

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