Municipal Elections 2020

PUBLIC NOTICE (March 18, 2020):


Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and public health officials' recommendations for citizens to observe 'social distancing' practices, the provincial government passed legislation on March 17 to postpone municipal elections that were planned for May 11, 2020.

Click here for full details.


Are you a voter?
Are you a (potential) candidate?
Do you know who your ward and at-large councillors are in Moncton City Council?

Are you familiar with your ward boundaries?

What duties should you expect your elected officials to execute?

NOTE: Elections NB provides the list of candidates running in Moncton; a link will be added once available.
Are you interested in local government and decision-making for your community?

Are you familiar with City Council processes?

Do you have the qualities required to be an elected official?

NOTE: Elections NB provides helpful guides for candidates.


No matter your interest or role in the 2020 municipal elections, you'll find all the info you need here!

To the right, you'll find some PDFs to key Council documents.

City Council's work is defined through by-laws:

Here are some key provincial laws that have an impact on City Council proceedings:


The City of Moncton is planning several activities and events in the coming weeks, in partnership with the Enhancing Democracy Committee (a volunteer citizen-based group), as well as others.

All events will be listed here, and promoted on the City's Facebook page (no account needed; the public can view this site).

Below are listed some links to various resources (in alphabetical order):

PUBLIC NOTICE (March 18, 2020):


Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and public health officials' recommendations for citizens to observe 'social distancing' practices, the provincial government passed legislation on March 17 to postpone municipal elections that were planned for May 11, 2020.

Click here for full details.


Are you a voter?
Are you a (potential) candidate?
Do you know who your ward and at-large councillors are in Moncton City Council?

Are you familiar with your ward boundaries?

What duties should you expect your elected officials to execute?

NOTE: Elections NB provides the list of candidates running in Moncton; a link will be added once available.
Are you interested in local government and decision-making for your community?

Are you familiar with City Council processes?

Do you have the qualities required to be an elected official?

NOTE: Elections NB provides helpful guides for candidates.


No matter your interest or role in the 2020 municipal elections, you'll find all the info you need here!

To the right, you'll find some PDFs to key Council documents.

City Council's work is defined through by-laws:

Here are some key provincial laws that have an impact on City Council proceedings:


The City of Moncton is planning several activities and events in the coming weeks, in partnership with the Enhancing Democracy Committee (a volunteer citizen-based group), as well as others.

All events will be listed here, and promoted on the City's Facebook page (no account needed; the public can view this site).

Below are listed some links to various resources (in alphabetical order):

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Introduction

    Accessible Voting

    The City’s Accessibility Committee wishes identify any polling station barriers that may occur during the upcoming municipal elections – to take place on May 11 – in order to provide this information to Elections NB and help prevent some of these challenges.

    You must register as a participant to fill in the survey; this process should only take about 2-3 minutes. (This will also allow you to quickly participate in other public engagement activities the City launches here.) 

    Then, filling out this survey will take about 3-5 minutes.

    The Committee thanks you for sharing your

    Introduction

    Accessible Voting

    The City’s Accessibility Committee wishes identify any polling station barriers that may occur during the upcoming municipal elections – to take place on May 11 – in order to provide this information to Elections NB and help prevent some of these challenges.

    You must register as a participant to fill in the survey; this process should only take about 2-3 minutes. (This will also allow you to quickly participate in other public engagement activities the City launches here.) 

    Then, filling out this survey will take about 3-5 minutes.

    The Committee thanks you for sharing your feedback!

    Take Survey