Local Elections

Local Elections

Local school trustee elections allow the community an important opportunity to lead and oversee our valuable investment in public education. Trustees are hardworking community leaders who come together in the context of a board in support of student success. The work is demanding, but important and rewarding.

The Maple Ridge – Pitt Meadows Board of Education is comprised of five trustees representing the community of Maple Ridge and two trustees representing the community of Pitt Meadows. Trustees are elected every four years at the same time as the mayor and city council for the two municipalities.

Wondering what it’s like being a trustee? See our school trustee infographic.  

For more information about running for trustee in the upcoming election, download a copy of A Guide for Maple Ridge – Pitt Meadows School Trustee Candidates

Learn more about the local election process

A Guide For Trustee Candidates

Maple Ridge – Pitt Meadows School District Trustee Elections 2018 Infographic 

Presentation for trustee candidates from June 25 information night

For more information about the October 20, 2018 local government election contact the City of Maple Ridge or the City of Pitt Meadows.

City of Maple Ridge

CEO – Laura Benson
1195 Haney Place
www.mapleridge.ca
t.604-467-7423
email election@mapleridge.ca

City of Pitt Meadows

CEO – Tina Penney
12007 Harris Road
www.pittmeadows.bc.ca
t.604.465.2433
email tpenney@pittmeadows.bc.ca

Deputy CEO – Karen Elrick
12007 Harris Road
t.604.465.2411
email kelrick@pittmeadows.bc.ca

Other resources:

City of Maple Ridge: Municipal Elections
City of Pitt Meadows: Local Government Election

British Columbia School Trustees Association (BCSTA): Trustee Elections 2018
Ministry of Education: School Trustee Election Procedures
Elections BC: 2018 General Local Elections

 

 

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