City Council represents the community. Your councillor needs to hear from you to be able to bring your interests, priorities and vision to City Hall.
Together we are a stronger voice. Tell your councillor that you support them in being champions for clean water, a healthy environment, safe bike routes, great transit, local food, and a real say for all citizens.
Do you need a safe bike route to work or school? Do you need an earlier bus to get to work on time? Are you impacted by beaches closed by blue-green algae? Let your councillor know what is important to you.
To e-mail City Council as a whole, copy-paste these e-mail addresses:
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You can make your vision, priorities and concerns part of the community conversation. Talk to your friends, neighbours and family about what is important to you.
Write a letter to the editor to become part of a wider community discussion, and gain the attention of decision makers.
Your letter should:
- be addressed to the Editor, or To whom it may concern.
- be 200-300 words long
- include your name, address and phone number (only your name and city will be published if your letter is printed)
To send it to the Northern Life and the Sudbury Star, bcc to: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Whether you are writing a letter to the editor as an individual or part of a group effort, you can find more tips here.
Interested in following Council decisions more closely, or need some information on city issues? Find some resources and tips here.
Greater Sudbury Council