Your voice at the table
Guided by the community vision and goals for the future, District of Tofino Council and staff work together to articulate the strategic priorities and key deliverables.
The District of Tofino Council is made up of a Mayor and six Councillors who are each elected at large for a four-year term. The Mayor serves as the head of the municipality and chairs all Council meetings when in attendance. The Chief Administrative Officer reports to Council and directs staff to carry out the mandate of the organization and our priorities.
Info to know
Municipal Elections 2022
The next Tofino election is Saturday, October 15, 2022. Electors will vote for: 6 (six) Councillors.
Keep up-to-date with District of Tofino projects and plans by attending Council meetings.
How to Participate
The District of Tofino Mayor and Council greatly value community input. There are various ways for community member to engage in the civic process.
Town Hall News & Announcements
Pursuant to section 127(2) of the Community Charter and section 22 of the District of Tofino Meeting Procedure Bylaw No. 1229, 2016, notice is hereby given that a Special Council Meeting will be held Wednesday, February 2, 2022 at 8:30 a.m. for the purposes of the 2022-2026 Draft Financial Plan.Read More
Mayor Law spoke again to the ongoing devastation in Ukraine and emphasized the importance of good government. He affirmed the responsibility of Council is to look after the well-being, health and safety of residents.Read More
Mayor Law remarked on International Women’s Day as a day and spoke about the need to recognize that the oppression of women and girls is still a human rights issue globally.Read More
All Employment Opportunities
Under the direct supervision of his/her immediate supervisor the Facilities Maintenance Worker is responsible for cleaning District facilities, washrooms, and fleet vehicles. These duties are generally physical in nature and require the use of simple tools, cleaning products and equipment. A criminal record check will be required prior to job start.Read More
Under the direction of the Superintendent of Infrastructure & Public Works, the Labour Foreperson is responsible for the supervision of Public Works labourers, janitor-labourers and parks employees. The Labour Foreperson is responsible for the maintenance of District facilities, parks solid-waste, fleet, janitorial responsibilities, roads, sidewalk and drainage infrastructure. The Labour Foreperson also leads the daily coordination of material purchasing and Public Works safety programs. The Labour Foreperson will work across departments to coordinate and support operational and maintenance needs.Read More
Reporting to the Manager of Community Programs the Recreation Programmer I performs duties related to the provision of recreational services to community members. The Recreation Programmer I will coordinate, promote and implement recreational programs and special events for a diverse variety of programs in sport, outdoor, social, arts and cultural areas.Read More