Bathurst City Council consists of the Mayor and 9 Councillors, of which a Councillor serves as Deputy Mayor for a one-year mandate. All members serve four-year mandates, with all Council positions being at large.
Committees of Council
Freeman of the City
Welcome to City Hall. This section of our website is designed to help keep you up-to-date on the official dealings of the City of Bathurst. We feel that an informed community is a strong community and we have focused a lot of effort in sharing our information with our residents.
Are you planning a new development, construction or renovation project, or a first-time homeowner? Contact the City of Bathurst’s Department of Growth and Development for all necessary information, guidance and regulatory requirements.
The Bathurst Police Force is a proud organization of men and women who have been providing policing services to the community of Bathurst for the past 100 years.
The City of Bathurst Fire Department consists of highly
dedicated personnel, and the department strives to provide the greatest level
of service in preventing fires, protecting property, and assisting the public
on any matters that arise.
The Engineering and Public Works department is in charge of maintenance and oversees many municipal services including water, road maintenance, traffic, snow clearing and hydrants.
On January 1, 2023, the provincial government's local governance reform was officially enacted, the result of which is a new structure consisting of 77 local governments and 12 rural districts.
The City of Bathurst’s Recreation Department’s overall
mission is to foster an active lifestyle for residents and visitors by
providing recreational opportunities for the young and young at heart.
The K.C. Irving Regional Centre is the home to the Acadie-Bathurst Titan of the QMJHL, the 2018 Memorial Cup champions.
The Corporate Communications department promotes effective two-way communication with City employees, citizens and community stakeholders.