District of Sicamous Council is the governing body of the municipality and is comprised of one mayor and six councillors.
The purpose of a Municipal Council includes:
- Providing for good government of its community,
- Providing for services, laws and other matters for community benefit,
- Providing for stewardship of the public assets of its community, and
- Fostering the economic, social and environmental well-being of its community.
Council uses Research Portfolio Protocols as part of its corporate decision making structure. Under portfolios, each Council member is assigned specific responsibilities for Strategic Priorities determined by Council.
Council meets the second and fourth Wednesday of each month at 3:00 p.m. with public sessions beginning at 5:00 p.m. Meetings take place in Council Chambers located at 446 Main Street, however, the current Order of the Provincial Health Officer on Gatherings and Events prohibits in-person public attendance. Pursuant to Ministerial Order M192 - Local Government Meetings & Bylaw Process (formerly M139), local governments have the authority to hold meetings electronically to ensure public participation and attendance.
You are welcomed to join Council Meetings electronically via ZOOM. Learn how to attend Virtual Meetings and Public Hearings here.
- Meeting Schedule
- Council Highlights
- Council Procedure Bylaw
- Annual Corporate Reports
- Council Achievements