Communicating with Council

Click Here to Access the Zoom URL Code for the Next Council Meeting

Phone and email messages can be left at the administration office for all Council members. Refer to the bottom of this this page for contact information.

COVID-19 and Council Meetings

Due to COVID-19 and limited Chambers Capacity, members of the public are not currently permitted to attend Council meetings or public hearings in-person. The Mayor and some members of Council, along with essential Staff will attend meetings in-person with electronic participation by members of the public, delegates and some members of Council. 

Viewing on YouTube Or Zoom

Council Meetings are livestreamed on the District of Ucluelet Government YouTube Channel and on Zoom Webinar.  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.  

If you are viewing the meeting on YouTube as it happens and have input or questions for Council about agenda items or matters within their jurisdiction, email them during the meeting to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  Please limit your input and questions to 150 words. Input will be read by Staff to Council at the appropriate section of the Agenda. For information about participating in public hearings please refer to the Public Hearing and Bylaw Notices section of this webpage. 

Please note that Council is still accepting correspondence and delegation requests. Correspondence addressed to Mayor and Council forms part of the public record and will be published in Regular Council Meeting Agendas provided it is received by the Wednesday before the meeting. Correspondence may be submitted via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or mailed to the District’s Mailing address.

Particpating Via Zoom 

You can use Zoom by dialing-in or by URL.  Please join the Zoom webinar five minutes before the meetings is scheduled to start. 

Participate through Zoom Webinar by dialing in -  Dial in on your phone using the phone number listed below under "Zoom Webinar Details." You will need to enter the meeting ID in order to join the meeting. Note that a participant ID is NOT required. If you would like to speak, press *9 to raise your hand. Staff will unmute you when it is your turn to speak. Please state your name and address.

Participate through Zoom Webinar by URL - 
Use your your Zoom compatible tablet, smart phone or computer to join the hearing by the entering the URL provided below under "Zoom Webinar Details" into your browser.  If you would like to speak, click the "raise your hand" icon. Staff will unmute you when it's your turn. Please state your name and address. For information about how to share your screen please visit https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362153-Sharing-your-screen-content-or-second-camera

Upcoming Meetings - Zoom Webinar Details

May 11, 2021 Regular Council Meeting - 5:00pm

Join from a PC, Mac, iPad, iPhone or Android device:
   Please click this URL to join. https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86888605849

Or One tap mobile:
 +17789072071,,86888605849# Canada

Or join by phone:
   Dial(for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):
   Canada: +1 778 907 2071

Webinar ID: 868 8860 5849
International numbers available: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kdsnkAF81Z

Council will receive Public Input about a number of Temporary Use Permits (TUPs) at the May 11, 2021, Regular Council Meeting

Staff reports regarding TUP 21-01 and TUP 21-06 through TUP21-15 are now available in the May 11, 2021 Regular Council Meeting Agenda which is posted on the Council Agenda page under "2021 05 11 Regular Agenda". 

Each Temporary Use Permit will be adddressed seperately by Council. Council will use the following process to address the TUPs: 

  1. Staff will briefly overview the application and highlight any aspects of the TUP that warrant Council’s particular attention;
  2. Council may ask questions of staff;
  3. The applicant will be invited to address Council (applicant Zoom attendees “raise your hand” and phone attendees press *9  at this point to be brought into the discussion by the meeting moderator to address Council);
  4. Council will invite any members of the public to comment (public Zoom attendees “raise your hand” and phone attendees press *9 at this point to be brought into the discussion by the meeting moderator to address Council);
  5. Council will then check with staff to see if any public comments have been submitted up to that point via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  6. Council may ask further questions of staff or the applicant;
  7. Council will then return the discussion to the table and debate motions on how to proceed with each TUP application.

Correspondence

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.

Delegation Request Form

Question and Public Input Periods

A public input period is held near the beginning of regular Council meetings and a question period is at the end of every regular Council meeting. This provides an opportunity for the public, or a member of the press to provide input or ask a specific question of Council. You may request clarification on an item considered during the meeting or general civic business. Public input and questions may be submitted during Council meetings via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

District of Ucluelet Administration Office

Mailing Address:
PO Box 999
Ucluelet, BC V0R 3A0

Civic Address:
200 Main Street
Ucluelet, BC V0R 3A0

Telephone (General Inquiries) 250-726-7744
Mayor's Telephone 250-726-7744
Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.