The City Clerk's Office is the gateway to City Council. The city clerk is also the official record keeper for the City, responsible for the minutes of Council meetings and official records of their decisions, as well as communicating those decisions. The city clerk is there to make sure citizens have the opportunity to be heard by Council.
City Council Meetings
Regular City Council meetings are open to the public and are held in the Council Chambers on the first floor of City Hall at 655 Main Street. They are held on the first and third Monday of every month at 5 p.m., except for June when they are held at 4 p.m., and the months of July and August, when they are held once a month generally on the third Monday, at 4 p.m.
Presentations to Council or Standing Committees of Council
Citizens who wish to bring a concern forward and address Council may make the request in the form of a letter to the City Clerk:
Mail: 655 Main Street
All personal information you submit (including but not limited to, your name, your address, your e-email address, your phone number, your opinions and views, etc.) may form part of meeting agendas and minutes, and therefore will be made available to members of the public at the meetings, through requests, and through the website of the Corporation of the City of Moncton.
Please note that arrangements for technical requirements (projectors, laptops, overheads) must be specified, and made in advance.
Access to Official City Records
Members of the public who wish to request access to City records may do so in person on the fifth floor of City Hall, 655 Main Street, by e-mail or by phoning 506-853-3550.