Council is comprised of a Mayor and six Councillors and is the elected decision-making body responsible for the operation of the municipal government. The Mayor is the Chief Executive Officer who chairs regular Council meetings and is the key spokesperson for Council. Council aims to be accessible to all its residents, to consider their needs and concerns, and to make financially sound decisions. This fulfills the role of the municipality and enhances the quality of life for all residents.
Term of Office
Section 119 of the Community Charter states that the term of office for Council members, including the Mayor, is four years starting from the first Regular Council Meeting following the election.
Local government elections are held the third Saturday in October, every four years.
Bowen Island Municipal Council consists of a Mayor and six Councillors. All members of Council are elected in accordance with legislation set out in the Community Charter and Local Government Act, and hold office for four years.
We appreciate your interest in local government and will make it a priority to be accessible by providing opportunities for you to participate at Council meetings. Regular Council meetings are held on the second and fourth Monday of each month, except for the month of August.
How to connect with Council
Write to Council
If you would prefer to provide your comments in writing, you may write to Mayor and Council.
Please send your e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, including your name and address. Please note that e-mail correspondence will become a part of the public record. It will be received by all members of Council, and will be added to an upcoming meeting agenda (personal information will be removed). Anonymous correspondence will not be accepted.
Address your correspondence to Mayor and Council and send it to 981 Artisan Lane, Bowen Island, BC.
Please note that written correspondence will become a part of the public record.
Last Updated on 2018-12-06 at 9:09 AM