Connect with Council
St. John's City Council is the City's governing body of elected officials. St. John's is organized around a ward system, and Council is comprised of the Mayor, Deputy Mayor, five Ward Councillors, and four Councillors at Large.
There are many ways for citizens to connect with City Council.
Find your ward
Find your ward and learn who represents your neighbourhood on City Council. Search by your street address and view the ward map.
Mayor and members of Council
Contact members of Council directly. Names, telephone numbers, and email addresses for all members of Council.
Council agendas and Council minutes
Council meeting agendas and minutes are available online. Council meetings are held weekly on Mondays at 4:30pm (bi-weekly July-August) in Council Chambers at St. John's City Hall. Citizens are welcomed to observe meetings from the public gallery.
Committees of Council
Council participate in various committees, some of which include citizen representation.
Office of the City Clerk
The Office of the City Clerk is responsible for the administrative work of Council and, every four years, oversees the City's main public engagement activity - the municipal election.