Size of Council and District Boundaries Approved
The Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board has approved the Municipality's application to reduce the number of Councillors and council districts from 12 to 10 and to amend the boundaries of the council district boundaries, map below. The changes take place with the 2016 Municipal Election.
- pdf 2020 District Boundary Map (7.24 MB)
- pdf District 1 (659 KB) - pdf District 1 Description (1.07 MB)
- pdf District 2 (702 KB) - pdf District 2 Description (1.03 MB)
- pdf District 3 (629 KB) - pdf District 3 Description (896 KB)
- pdf District 4 (694 KB) - pdf District 4 Description (811 KB)
- pdf District 5 (615 KB) - pdf District 5 Description (1.04 MB)
- pdf District 6 (745 KB) - pdf District 6 Description (1.13 MB)
- pdf District 7 (741 KB) - pdf District 7 Description (1.62 MB)
- pdf District 8 (675 KB) - pdf District 8 Description (894 KB)
- pdf District 9 (719 KB) - pdf District 9 Description (764 KB)
- pdf District 10 (623 KB) - folder District 10 Description
For additional information on the Municipal Election please see Elections.
Electoral Boundary Feedback Report
- Staff report to Council (May 12, 2015 Council agenda pages 19-63)
- May 4, 2015 Boundary Review Committee Meeting recording
- pdf Public Consultation Feedback Report (3.90 MB) to Boundary review Committee, dated May 1, 2015
- pdf Completed paper Feedback Forms (5.78 MB)
- pdf Completed online feedback forms (220 KB)
Communities in Nova Scotia are required by the Municipal Government Act to review the number of electoral boundaries and councillors within their region once every eight years. In November 2014, the Municipality of the District of Lunenburg (MODL) began this process with a series of public consultations to inform the development of new electoral boundary options. The feedback was very helpful in adjusting current electoral boundaries to better reflect criteria as established by the Nova Scotia Utilities Review (NSUARB).
Further refinements and adjustments have now been made and the public is invited to review updated versions and provide additional feedback. This feedback will be used to produce final recommendations for the NSUARB for approval. Once approved, the new electoral boundaries will take effect for the 2016 election year.
Public meetings will be held as follows:
- April 1, 2015 – Mahone Bay Community Centre, 7 p.m.
- April 7, 2015 – Best Western Hotel, Cookville, 7 p.m.
- April 8, 2015 – Petite Riviere Fire Hall, 7 p.m.
- April 9, 2015 – Barss Corner Community Hall, 7 p.m.
- April 16, 2015 – St. Barnabas Church Hall, Blue Rocks, 7 p.m.
- April 20, 2015 – Riverport Community Centre, 7 p.m.
Electoral Boundary Maps
- pdf Option A (2.42 MB)
- pdf Option B (2.42 MB)
- pdf Option C (2.42 MB)
- pdf Report to Boundary Review Committee (14.48 MB)
- pdf Electoral Boundaries - Positive and Negative (102 KB)
- pdf Existing Council District Boundaries (3.97 MB)
- pdf Fire District Boundaries (2.96 MB)
- pdf Elementary School DistrictsResidential Building Permit Data (2.90 MB)
- pdf Census Population by Dissemination Area Board Map (4.68 MB)
- pdf Size of Council Survey Results Presentation (461 KB)
- pdf Rationale for Decision 10 Councillors and Mayor (109 KB)