Phone, fax and email messages can be left at the administration office for all Council members.
COVID-19 and Council Meetings
Council chambers is now open to the pubilc during open meetings. In the interest of public health and safety, capacity has been set at 10 occupants, and overflow areas where Council meeting will be livestreamed have been designated to accomodate attendees above this number.
Council Meetings will be presided in-person by the Mayor or Acting Mayor with electronic participation by members of Council, Delegates and Staff. In order to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission, members of the public are encouraged to watch Council Meetings on the District of Ucluelet Government YouTube Channel. Agendas are published on the District of Ucluelet website in advance, so viewers can follow along with the meeting and read the reports that Council uses to inform their decisions.
District of Ucluelet Administration Office
PO Box 999
Ucluelet, BC V0R 3A0
200 Main Street
Ucluelet, BC V0R 3A0
Telephone (General Inquiries) 250-726-7744
Mayor's Telephone 250-726-7744
If you wish to make a request or share your opinion and ideas with Council, you may choose to write to Council, make a presentation to Council, or ask questions during the Question Period at the end of regular Council meetings.
All correspondence will be considered by Mayor and Council, usually at the first regular scheduled meeting after receipt. A written response may be provided based on Council resolution. Please specify your intention - are you providing information only? Do you have a suggestion? Are you asking a specific question or proposing a specific action? Council needs to know what you expect from them.
Making a presentation to Council
There are many instances in which people wish to come before Council to raise concerns or address issues they feel are of importance to the community. Such an appearance before Council is called a "delegation". People wishing to make a delegation must submit their request in writing to the Administration Department.
A question period follows every regular Council meeting. This provides an opportunity for the public, or a member of the press to ask a specific question of Council. You may request clarification on an item considered during the meeting or general civic business.