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Orillia City Council

Orillia City Council
Term limits
New session started
December 1, 2014
Mayor of Orillia
Steve Clarke
Since December 1, 2014
Seats 9
Length of term
4 years
Authority Municipal Act 2001
Last election
October 27, 2014
(9 seats)
Next election
October 29, 2018
(9 seats)
Meeting place
Orillia City Hall
Orillia, Ontario
Mayor and City Council

Orillia City Council is the governing body of the city of Orillia, Ontario.

Council is made up for one mayor and 9 councillors (2 per Ward):

  • Mayor Steve Clarke
  • Ward 1 - Ted Emond and Sarah Valiquette-Thompson
  • Ward 2 - Rob Kloostra and Ralph Cipolla
  • Ward 3 - Mason Ainsworth and Jeff Clark
  • Ward 4 - Pat Hehn and Tim Lauer


  • Past Mayors and Reeves 1
  • Town and City Halls 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Past Mayors and Reeves

Town and City Halls

  • Orillia City Hall 1895-1997 - multi use building; rebuilt after 1915 fire (completed 1917 and now Orillia Opera House[1]
  • Orillia Town Hall and Jail 1874-1890s - 1st permanent home and demolished to make way for 2nd city hall
  • Temperance Hall 1867-1874[2] - temporary home


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External links

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