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.
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Town Hall News & Announcements
Mayor Law spoke to the Omicron variant and COVID-19 protocols, including additional precautions in Municipal Hall and other District buildings. He expressed his thankfulness for the community and for vaccines, reiterating how fortunate we are to have these advances and how important it is for government to continue to take care of their communities.Read More
Mayor Law recapped a local government round table hosted by Minister of Municipal Affairs, the Honorable Josie Osborne and Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation, the Honorable Murray Rankin. There were over 44 mayors and chairs present for the discussions about local government efforts towards reconciliation across the island.Read More
All Employment Opportunities
The District of Tofino is looking for two qualified candidates to fill the casual relief position of Facilities Maintenance Worker.
Reporting to Labour Foreman, 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.