gavel resting on block

View upcoming scheduled meetings, agendas, minutes and videos on the Council and Committee Meetings Calendar

To view the 2024 Council Meeting Schedule, click here.
*Approved September 20, 2023

To view the 2025 Budget Schedule, click here.

 Procedural Bylaw No. 4507(2022)

Being a bylaw to govern the proceedings of the Town of Pelham Council, its Committees, the conduct of its Members and the calling of Meetings.

This bylaw was adopted on January 30, 2022, repealing and replacing Bylaw No. 4107(2019), as amended.

This bylaw directs regular meetings of Council to be held on the first and third Wednesday of the month, commencing at 9 am. Public Meetings under the Planning Act are to be scheduled on the second Wednesday of the month, commencing at 5:30 pm. Dates are subject to change to accommodate various Statutory Holidays, World Religious Holidays, major conferences and other known events. Please refer to the Council Meeting Schedule for approved meeting dates.

Additional notable changes include a new curfew of 1 pm, restructuring of regular meetings of Council to include Committee within Council, hybrid meeting participation, increase of three (3) to four (4) delegations permitted with a five (5) minute time limit, re-classification of Committees to include Statutory, Advisory and Volunteer Working Groups, a delegation submission deadline of ten (10) days prior to the meeting and the requirement to post agendas to the public five (5) days prior to the date of the meeting, being the Friday.

Click here to view By-law 4507(2022).
Procedural By-law Amendment 41-2023.

Delegation Request

In accordance with the Procedure By-law, Requests to Appear before Council shall be submitted in the prescribed form no later than 12:00 pm noon ten (10) days prior to the meeting. Delegations shall only be heard at regular meetings of Council. A maximum of four (4) delegations may be listed on the Agenda on a first-come, first-serve basis. Presentations are limited to 5 minutes.

Failure to provide the required information on time will result in a deferral or denial. 

Please submit your completed application to the Deputy Clerk, Sarah Leach, via e-mail: sleach@pelham.ca 

Town Of Pelham Deputation Protocol

The Town of Pelham is an Open, Welcoming and Inviting Community, committed to supporting the strategic theme of ensuring that we are an Engaged and Integrated Community. To assist in achieving this goal, a Deputation Protocol has been developed to allow residents to make their views known to Council, based on the requirements of the Town of Pelham Procedural By-law as adopted by Council. Views of interested citizens are valued and input is welcome, along with comments and constructive suggestions. To access the Deputation Protocol, please use the link above. If you have any questions about your presentation or the protocol please do not hesitate to contact the Town Clerk, William Tigert at wtigert@pelham.ca or 905-892-2607 x315.

Petitions Addressed to Council

Petitions addressed to Council shall be processed in accordance with the Town of Pelham Procedural By-law.  Petitions shall be legibly written or printed and shall not contain any obscene or improper material or language, and shall be signed by at least one (1) person, and filed with the Clerk. Petitions will be included on a public agenda including any personal, identifiable information. Individual responses to persons included on a petition will not be issued unless specifically directed by Council. Please use the form of petition attached below:

Petition Form
S201-19 Council Correspondence Policy

Agendas, Minutes, and Videos 

View upcoming scheduled meetings on the Council and Committee Meetings Calendar.
This includes meeting agenda summaries, minutes, and videos.

Contact Us