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The next municipal election will be held on Saturday, October 15, 2016.

The Nova Scotia Utilities and Review Board has approved changes to the electoral districts in MODL which take effect with the upcoming Municipal Election. All Council districts will be affected. To view the maps reflecting changes to the districts and polling divisions, click here.

Municipal elections take place every four years in Nova Scotia on the third Saturday in October. The last election took place on October 20, 2012. To view results from the 2012 election in the Municipality of the District of Lunenburg,  click here (PDF).

Please check the links below for further information:

 Advanced Voting

  MODL & School Board Candidates

2016 Polling Locations

  Employment Opportunity! - DRO's & Poll Clerks


Contact the Elections Office

Are You On The List of Electors?

Ways to Vote

Who Can Vote?

How Can I Get Involved?

Increasing Voter Turnout

About Municipal Government:   What Is Municipal Government?   What is the Role of a Municpal Councillor?

Changes Since 2012

Where Can I Find More Information?

Frequently Asked Questions

Wileville Plebiscite Information


For more information on the municipal elections process in Nova Scotia, please visit Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations website and select Municipal Elections.