Accessibility Tools

News Room

Notice of Public Consultation: Polling District Review

crest intro

Residents and property owners in the Town of Stellarton are advised that the Town of Stellarton will hold a public consultation meeting to consider the current number of town councilors and the existing number of municipal polling districts in the Town.

 The Town of Stellarton is required, under Section 369 of the Municipal Government Act, to conduct a review of its polling districts every eight (8) years. The current review is taking place this year in preparation for the next municipal election in 2024. The public consultation is scheduled for Monday, June 13, 2022 at 5:00pm, in the Council chambers, located on the second floor of the Town Hall (250 Foord Street).

A preliminary report has been completed and is available on the Town's website: Electoral Boundary Review 2022

The report addresses whether or not the Town of Stellarton should maintain the status quo of two polling districts with two councilors each, whether any expansion or decrease is warranted, or whether a move to an at large system should be considered. Following the meeting, Town Council can then submit a recommendation to the Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board.

The public is encouraged to read the preliminary report and provide feedback. If anyone is unable to attend the public consultation meeting in person, they can drop off a letter at the Town Hall, 250 Foord Street, email their comments to , or by regular mail at: 

Town of Stellarton
PO Box 2200
Stellarton, NS 
B0K 1S0