The next local government and school trustee elections will be held on October 15, 2022.

Local government elections in B.C. are held every four years on the third Saturday in October. 

On October 15, 2022, voters for the municipality of the City of Pitt Meadows will elect one Mayor and six (6) Councillors for Pitt Meadows City Council along with two (2) School Trustees for School District No. 42 to serve a four year term.

Key Dates:

Candidate nomination packages available  July 11, 2022
Last day to register with Elections BC to be sure you're
on the Pitt Meadows List of Resident Electors
August 15, 2022
Candidate Nomination PeriodAugust 30 - September 9, 2022
Declaration of Municipal and School Trustee CandidatesSeptember 9, 2022 (after 4pm)
Campaign PeriodSeptember 17 -October 15, 2022
Advance Voting Days [City Hall, Meadows Room]

October 1, 2022 [9:00 am - 5:00 pm]
October 3, 2022 [8:00 am - 8:00 pm]
October 5, 2022  [8:00 am - 8:00 pm]
October 7, 2022 [8:00 am - 8:00 pm]

General Voting Day [8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. at South Bonson Community Centre, Heritage Hall, and Pitt Meadows Family Recreation Centre]October 15, 2022

    Bookmark this page as it will be updated continuously with additional information related to the 2022 Local Government Elections.

    For more information, please contact:

    Kate Barchard | Chief Election Officer
    Tanya Barr | Deputy Chief Election Officer

    Candidate Information

    Are you interested in running for elected office in the 2022 Local Government Elections? Learn more about the qualifications and process for becoming a Council member or School Trustee.

    Voting Information

    Visit the Voting Information page to learn how to vote in the 2022 General Local and School Trustee Elections!

    Working at the Election

    The City of Pitt Meadows is seeking individuals with a passion for public service and interest in local government to participate in the 2022 Local Government and School Trustee Elections on General Voting Day as well as Advance Voting Opportunities.

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