Mayor and Council
COVID-19 Update - March 21, 2022
In-person attendance at City Council and most Committee meetings will resume Tuesday, March 22. Residents, media and members of Council will have the option to attend Council Chambers in person or to attend virtually. In-person attendance at Planning Committee meetings is expected to resume in May.
For an up-to-date schedule on City Council and Committee meetings, please visit greatersudbury.ca/agendas.
Masks are no longer required at Tom Davies Square. While masks are optional in most settings, individuals should assess their situation to determine what is best for them. With the Omicron variant still circulating widely, Public Health Sudbury & Districts Medical Officer of Health Dr. Penny Sutcliffe continues to strongly recommend the use of masks, especially in crowded indoor settings and for those at higher risk for infection.
Greater Sudbury City Council is the decision making body for the City of Greater Sudbury as an organization. Its decisions impact how municipal services are provided to citizens.
Our Council is composed of:
- the Mayor, who represents the City as a whole, and
- 12 Councillors, each of whom represents a ward, or geographic area, of the community.
Council is elected for a four-year term. The current term of office is December 1, 2018 to November 14, 2022.
Council meetings are usually the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month and special meetings may be called by the Mayor or upon the request of the majority of members of Council.
To ensure proper social distancing and to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, City Council and Committee meetings will not be open for the public to attend. Meetings are streamed live and available virtually at greatersudbury.ca/agendas. If you require further information, or if you have questions, please contact Clerk’s Services at 705-674-4455 ext. 4209.
- View meeting agendas and minutes at greatersudbury.ca/agendas.
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