Regular Council Meetings
Regular Council Meetings are held at the Mattawa Town Hall at 160 Water Street in Mattawa, in the Council Chambers every 2nd and 4th Monday of every month with a start time of 7 pm sharp.
If you or your group wish to speak to or make a presentation to Council, you must be placed on the Agenda. To be placed on the Agenda for an upcoming meeting, please complete and submit a Request to Address Council form before 5 pm on the Tuesday prior to the meeting.
Council Meeting Agendas and Minutes
To access Agendas and Minutes of Council Meetings, click on the links below:
Apart from regular Council meetings, Council or Committees of Council will hold normally 3 different types of meetings.
1) PUBLIC MEETINGS – these meetings are normally chaired by either a Committee Chairperson or the Mayor and generally are intended to either provide the public to an opportunity to have input into a certain topic, or for Council to make public information on a specific subject.
2) SPECIAL MEETINGS OF COUNCIL – These meetings are normally called by the Mayor to assemble Council in a meeting outside the schedule of regular meetings. From time to time a subject may require a time sensitive decision. Special meetings often are called to address urgent matters, but Council can be assembled for any reason the Mayor deems is necessary for the proper execution of Council’s responsibilities.
3) MEETINGS of COMMITTEES OF COUNCIL – When Committees are struck by Council, the members of that Committee may choose to meet to carry out its mandate. As such these meetings are open to the public and their topic can be general in nature or very specific and addressing as few as one single topic. Often a Committee of Council will hold a Public Meeting as part of its execution of its responsibilities.