Citizen involvement in local government is an essential part of the democratic process and there are many ways in which you can voice your concerns and become involved.
A Code of Conduct policy for District of Stewart was adopted in 2012. This policy applies to all Elected Officials, employees, and volunteers of the District of Stewart.
These are the Committees that all Council members deal with matters in a less formal manner than at a Regular Council meeting.
District of Stewart Council is composed of a Mayor and six (6) Councillors who hold office for a three (3) year term.
The purpose of Council remuneration is to provide an incentive for community members to hold public office and to show appreciation for those that dedicate their time and effort to the governance responsibility of District services, operations and programs.
Regularly scheduled council meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month. Meetings are open to public attendance and begin at 7:00pm unless otherwise posted.
The District of Stewart completes a five year financial plan, which is updated every year, to ensure responsible money management that relates directly to the priorities identified by the community.
District Council is the legislative body representing the citizens of Stewart. Council provides leadership and establishes policies and priorities for District of Stewart municipal government. District Council is comprised of the Mayor and six Councillors.
Council is the legislative body representing the citizens of the District of Stewart.
Our Mission is to work with our citizens to create a healthy, vibrant and caring community.