Meeting Agendas

Agendas for monthly meetings of Council, as well as committee meetings of Council, are available in the corresponding folders in the document container below. Click on the 'subscribe' button on the right-hand side of the document container to receive direct notification via email when a new agenda is added. 

Access the meetings calendar.

Council Meeting Definitions:
City Council holds a variety of meetings, definitions are available at the bottom of this page. 

Advisory Board Meetings
The City of Charlottetown has various advisory boards who meet to review and provide advice to Staff, Council or a standing committee. 
Committee Meeting of Council
Committee Meetings of Council are scheduled as required. These meetings include all members of Council. As with other committees, the activities of a committee meeting of Council are limited to considering and making recommendations on matters that Council has referred to it; it cannot take up other matters, nor can it vote directly on Council’s business. The purpose of a committee meeting of Council is to ease limits on debate, allowing a more open exchange of views without the urgency of a final vote. 
Public Meetings of Council
Public Meetings are held to consider and decide on rezoning applications (for zoning bylaw changes) and heritage designations. Council must hold a Public Meeting before deciding to change a zoning bylaw.
Regular Monthly Meetings of Council
Regular monthly Council meetings are held for final approval of the recommendations made by a standing committee. During regular Council meetings, Council will formally receive reports, vote on by-laws, consider financial and other matters.
Special Meetings of Council
A special meeting can be called by Council if there is urgent business which cannot be delayed until the next regular monthly meeting of council. Special meetings may only deal with the business for which the meeting was called. 
Standing Committee Meetings
Several members of council sit on each standing committee. These meetings focus on specific topics, which are described in each standing committee’s terms of reference. The City of Charlottetown uses a Committee structure to process matters of importance. Issues that require the attention of Council are generally referred to the appropriate Committee for review, discussion and consideration. The decisions of a committee are then forwarded to Council for approval.