When are municipal elections?
The next general municipal election will be held on Monday, November 2, 2026 for all municipalities except the Resort Municipality which will hold their general municipal election on August 10, 2026. General municipal...
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Council Meeting 101
Social Media Guide for Elected Officials
Mandatory Code of Conduct Training – please contact Municipal Affairs...
This is the form to file a municipal Election Summary Report in PEI. All municipalities are required to file an Election Summary Report after every municipal election or by-election.
Who files the Election Summary Report?
The Chief Administrative...
Find Your Municipal Government
You can now find your municipal government with an online search feature. This online search feature will provide contact information, the classification of the municipality (City, Town, or Rural Municipality), website,...
This template calendar will provide an overview of key municipal by-election dates and processes. Please refer to the Municipal Government Act, the Municipal Election Regulations, and the Campaign Contributions and Election Expenses Bylaw Regulations...
The following key dates and processes provide a general overview. There is a dedicated Municipal Elections Website with forms and information for voters, candidates and election officials. (2018 but still relevant Municipal Elections Guidebook).
Municipal Election Council Vacancies 2023
Rural Municipality of Warren Grove
Rural Municipality of Clyde River
What are the rules for campaign fundraising and expenses?
Every municipal council is required to have a Campaign Contributions and Election Expenses Bylaw.
The Campaign Contributions and Election Expenses Bylaw Regulations set out the rules for a...
What are election forms?
The Municipal Government Act and its regulations require that certain information is recorded on a “form approved by the Minister” for municipal elections.
Who has to fill out the forms?
There are forms that must be filled...
A number of elections officials are required to run a municipal election or by-election. PEI Municipal Election website
What are the election official positions?
Municipal Electoral Officer (MEO) – oversees the entire municipal election process...
Election processes are the same for all municipalities and the procedures for general elections and by-elections are guided by the Municipal Government Act (MGA), the Municipal Election Regulations, the Campaign Contributions and Election Expenses Bylaw...
The Municipal Election Guidebook (1st Edition) provides an overview of the municipal election process.
As part of the ongoing implementation process for the Municipal Government Act (MGA) and in keeping with the province’s commitment to consultation, draft election regulations are being reviewed.
We are committed to supporting municipalities in meeting...
Anyone elected or appointed to a municipal council must swear or affirm this Oath of Office.
This map displays the boundaries of the municipalities in Prince Edward Island.
Search: To determine the municipality of your household, search for the civic address from the Search icon in the menu bar.
Lookup: From the list of all municipalities,...
This is a sample bylaw for the conduct of a municipal election.
When are municipal elections?
The next general municipal election will be held on Monday, November 7, 2022. They are held every four years on the first Monday in November. (MGA - section 37) Between the general municipal election, if there are vacancies...