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Municipal Election

The 2014 municipal election will be held on October 27.

Provincial legislation pertaining to municipal elections and municipal candidate information is available online for the 2014 fall election.

Business Owners

Many people own a business in Town but do not live here. Those individuals are entitled to vote if the property ownership or lease is in their personal name.

If the property ownership or lease is in the name of the company, the individual is not entitled to vote because only people vote, not corporations.

Non-resident owners or tenants of commercially and industrially assessed lands are not eligible to vote for school board positions.  They will receive a ballot without a school board race.


Candidate Nomination

The Nomination Period for the October 27, 2014 Municipal Election commenced on January 2.

A nomination form and information package is available from the Clerk's Department at the municipal offices or online.

Nomination papers may be filed in the Clerk's Department during regular business hours (Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.) with the last day for filing being September 12, 2014 between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.  A prescribed fee, which may be refundable, in the amount of $200 for head of council and $100 for all other candidates, payable by debit, cash, certified cheque or money order must accompany the nomination form.  Candidates must not spend or raise funds for their election campaign until their registration/nomination form has been filed.

Please contact the Clerk's Department for election information: 519-941-0440 Ext. 2242 or 2223.

AMO is offering an online course entitled "So you Want to Run for Council" .  Access information through the following link:


2014 Voters’ Guide for Ontario Municipal and School Board Elections can be accessed via the following link:


For more information, please contact:

Town of Orangeville
Ext. 2239, 2223 or 2242 or email [email protected]