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What are the different types of council meetings?, Regular council meetings, are the primary type of council meetings. A regular meeting schedule must be set and published every year. A council must meet at least 6 times a year in a format open to the public. A, special meeting, must be called by...
This resource was prepared in April 2017 to explain many of the key changes that result from the adoption of the, Municipal Government Act, (MGA). It was created for general information purposes. The MGA came into effect on December 23, 2017. Please refer the , Municipal Government Act, ...
What is a Municipal Growth Management Study?, A Municipal Growth Management Study can help people study the social, cultural and economic resources in an area to increase capacity, improve service delivery and promote economic opportunities. A Growth Management Study can help a municipality to...
This is one of the required forms to submit an application for the funding of a Municipal Growth Management Study.
What is Dissolution?, Dissolution is the process for a municipality to stop being a municipality. It results in an area being unincorporated and without a local council. See an overview of the Municipal Dissolution Process View the Municipal Dissolution Fact Sheet for more detailed information (...
This Fact Sheet describes the notice requirements for municipal council pre-budget meetings, regular meetings, and special meetings.
What are the classes of municipalities?, The following classes of municipalities can be created: City Town Rural Municipality Municipalities that were called Communities (including former Community Improvement Committees and Villages) under previous legislation are called Rural Municipalities....
The Municipal Financial Information Return (MFIR) is used to collect annual financial data from all Island municipalities. This version is for municipalities that do not operate a utility.
The Municipal Financial Information Return (MFIR) is used to collect annual financial data from all Island municipalities. This version is for municipalities that operate a utility.
What is dead marine and mammal removal and disposal?, Removal and/or disposal of dead marine mammals (seals, dolphins, and whales) and large fish (sharks and tuna) that wash up on the Prince Edward Island shoreline is the responsibility of the Seafood Services section including the coordination and...