Council members are responsible for passing any new Bylaws. They also deal with anything brought up by the public about the Municipality of Powassan. Meetings are held the first and third Tuesday of each month at the Council Chambers, at 252 Clark St., Powassan.

The following are Standing Committees of Council that meet monthly to assist with the municipality's decision making. The committees are made up of Council members and members at large. For more information or to view the minutes of the Committees please contact the office.


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The Municipality of Powassan is committed to ensuring a variety of recreation, leisure and open space opportunities, which will preserve and enhance the quality of life. The Recreation Committee is responsible for looking after the recreation programs for all ages and the special events, with the assistance of many volunteers. Committee meets the second Wednesday of each month at 7:00 PM at 250 Clark Street, Powassan. For more information on Recreation, please visit the Recreation Pages in the Community section of the website.


Public Works

The Public Works Committee is responsible for the roads, bridges, street lighting, landfill, water and sewer, cemeteries, animal control, building control, Bylaw enforcement and fire services. Information is brought to Council and a meeting is called if needed.


Powassan & District Union Library Board

The Powassan and District Union Library Board is responsible for the operations and functions of the library. Meetings are held the fourth Monday of each month at 324 Clark Street, Powassan. For further information contact the library at 705-724-3618 or emaill


Powassan Police Services Board

Police services boards oversee how policing is provided in their local community. They contribute to their community’s safety and well-being by working with local citizens and organizations to make sure their community receives the appropriate policing it needs.

A municipality’s policing is overseen by a board where the community chooses to either:

  • establish a municipal police force
  • establish a joint police force with other municipalities
  • contract with the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) to receive policing services

Police services boards consist of:

  • an equal number of members appointed from both the regional or municipal council and the province
  • one community member is chosen by the council

The Municipality of Powassan is currently seeking a member of the local police services board to represent Powassan.

To qualify as a board member you must:

  • be a resident of the municipal area served by the board (if there are no other qualified applicants in a municipal area, applicants who live outside of the municipal area served by the board may be considered)
  • pass a comprehensive police records check
  • understand the role of a police services board
  • be involved in your local community
  • have good written and verbal communications skills

Previous experience on boards or committees is considered an asset. Send your resume to to apply.

Find out more about Police Service Boards here.


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