Ward Boundary Review

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On November 23rd, 2020, Council approved the decision to conduct a Ward Boundary Review to review the Township's existing ward boundaries, and develop options for the reconfiguration of ward boundaries.

The object of the Review is to ensure that Ramara’s ward boundaries continue to provide a system of effective and equitable representation for all residents.

The Review will provide options that accommodate projected growth through the 2022, 2026, and 2030 municipal elections and be guided by the overarching principle of “effective representation” as set out by the Supreme Court of Canada.

In January, we conducted the first round of consultation to get public feedback on the effectiveness of current boundaries and the factors that are most important to designing new ward boundaries.

The ongoing second round of consultation asks residents for their comments and feedback on how the following six draft boundary maps would or would not deliver "effective representation." Click on the images below to view the preliminary options.



Did you know?

The next election will be held on October 24, 2022.

This Ward Boundary Review will set the wards for the election.


This Review is being conducted at an arms-length by StrategyCrop Inc., who was selected by the Township in a competitive bidding process.

On November 23rd, 2020, Council approved the decision to conduct a Ward Boundary Review to review the Township's existing ward boundaries, and develop options for the reconfiguration of ward boundaries.

The object of the Review is to ensure that Ramara’s ward boundaries continue to provide a system of effective and equitable representation for all residents.

The Review will provide options that accommodate projected growth through the 2022, 2026, and 2030 municipal elections and be guided by the overarching principle of “effective representation” as set out by the Supreme Court of Canada.

In January, we conducted the first round of consultation to get public feedback on the effectiveness of current boundaries and the factors that are most important to designing new ward boundaries.

The ongoing second round of consultation asks residents for their comments and feedback on how the following six draft boundary maps would or would not deliver "effective representation." Click on the images below to view the preliminary options.



Did you know?

The next election will be held on October 24, 2022.

This Ward Boundary Review will set the wards for the election.


This Review is being conducted at an arms-length by StrategyCrop Inc., who was selected by the Township in a competitive bidding process.

  • Watch the Phase 2 Public Meetings

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    05 Apr 2021

    Public meetings for the second round of consultations for the Ward Boundary Review have ended. You can watch the recording of the first meeting from March 17th here, and the second meeting on March 24th here.

  • Interim Report Delivered to Council!

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    26 Feb 2021

    On Monday, February 22nd, StrategyCorp presented our interim report to Council. The report presented the findings of the first round of consultations, and our preliminary recommendations to Council.

    Coming out of this report, Council advised StrategyCorp utilize the low- or med- range population growth estimates presented in the Interim Report in its final Review.

    A copy of the full Interim Report can be found here or downloaded from the documents section.