Municipal Elections are held once every four years. In Municipal elections, the Reeve, Deputy Reeve, Councillors and school board trustees are elected.
At the December 12th, 2016 Council meeting, Council approved telephone/internet voting for the 2018 municipal election. Paper ballots and vote by mail will not be used.
Are you considering running for Council? The next Municipal Election will be held on October 22, 2018. The next term of Council begins on December 1, 2018 and concludes in 2022.
The Nomination period opens on May 1, 2018 and closes on Nomination Day, July 27, 2018.
To run for office, you must be an eligible elector in the Township of Otonabee-South Monaghan. This means you must be:
More information related to the Municipal Election 2018 will be available closer to the opening of Nomination period.
Provincial elections are held once every four years. The Township has no involvement with provincial elections.
To register to vote, find your local voting station or for other information visit Elections Ontario.
OSM Township is within the Northumberland- Peterborough South riding. The Township has no involvement with Federal elections.
To register to vote, find your local voting station, or for other information visit Elections Canada.
Please note, you cannot make amendments to the voters list until the voters list has been released.
Election road signs are not permitted on the road allowance of Township roads or on Township property. The signs must be placed on private property. If road signs are placed within the Township road allowance or on Township property (including the municipal office, libraries, etc.), they will be removed.
Election signs larger than 6 square feet are not permitted on County roads. If a road sign is placed within the County road allowance, it will be removed by the County of Peterborough.