Looking to submit a petition to Innisfil Town Council on a subject requiring attention? If eligible, you can speak to your issue at an upcoming regular Town Council meeting.

Completing our Petition Form

Complete and sign our Petition Form and deliver it to the Town of Innisfil by mail, email or fax. Your form must be completed, signed and submitted to the Town no later than 12 p.m. (noon) the Friday before a regular Council meeting. Submission of your form does not guarantee the approval of your request. Our staff will notify you of your petition's status and next steps shortly after receiving and reviewing it. 

Send your petition by mail

Send your completed petition form by mail to us at:

Town of Innisfil
2101 Innisfil Beach Rd.
Innisfil, ON L9S 1A1

Send your petition by email

You can send your completed petition form by email to us at clerksoffice@innisfil.ca.

Send your petition by fax

You can send your completed petition form by fax at 705-436-7120, attention Clerk Services.

Meeting presentation material

You must submit any meeting presentation material to the Town at least 24 hours before the meeting start time. Our Petition Form includes instructions on making presentation materials that meet Town accessibility standards and guidelines.

Petition procedures and requirements

The subject matter of a petition does not have to relate to a matter on the agenda. See our Town Procedural By-law (section 39) for more information about submitting a petition. 

Signatures

Petitions must contain the printed name, signature (digital signatures accepted) and contact information of the individuals signing it. Signatures without contact information shall be redacted by the individual or group submitting the petition. Signatories waive any expectation of privacy as a result of the record being created for review by the general public. Petitions must have at least ten valid signatures. 

Refusal of petitions

We may refuse to schedule a petition presentation and not place a petition on the information list, where the subject matter:

  • Involves insurance claims
  • Involves administrative complaints that have not been reported and investigated through our customer service process
  • Is beyond the jurisdiction of Council
  • Involves current or pending litigation
  • Is contrary to the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (MFIPPA)