Correspondence to Council


General Inquiries
Clerks General Inquiries
City of Orillia
50 Andrew Street South, Suite 300, Orillia, ON L3V 7T5

Phone: 705-325-1311
Fax: 705-325-5178

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If you would like to provide information to Members of Council, please review the following information.

All correspondence should be addressed to "Mayor and Members of Council" in order to be considered for placement on a Council agenda.    

Submissions may be dropped off at the Orillia City Centre at the third floor reception desk, mailed, faxed or e-mailed (see contact information on this page). Submissions received before 12:00 Noon on the Wednesday prior to a regular Council meeting will be considered for placement on that agenda and will generally appear within the "Consent Agenda" section.

If you wish to receive a response, please include your complete mailing address with your postal code, phone numbers and email address as part of a covering email or cover page to your submission, in order for staff in the City Clerk's Office to contact you.  (Generally, correspondence will be responded to in the same manner in which it was received.)

Do not include personal information within the correspondence if you do not wish this information to be published.

It is the City's practice when emails/letters are received and also circulated/copied to all members of Council by the author, that it NOT be placed on an upcoming agenda. The purpose of this practice is to eliminate the duplication of items received by members of Council.

Any member of Council may request to have an email/letter they have received, to be placed on an agenda for discussion.

Note: Letters containing profanity or submitted anonymously will NOT be circulated or placed on an agenda.

The City of Orillia collects personal information in your communications to City Council or its Committees under the Municipal Act, 2001. This information is collected to enable Council and/or its Committees to make informed decisions on the relevant matter. Individuals who make submission to Council should be aware that any personal information in their communications may become part of the public record and may be made available to the public through the agenda process which includes publication on the City's website.