The Ward Boundary Review Ad Hoc Committee will review the ward boundaries in Innisfil and make recommendations to Council to ensure the boundaries provide fair representation. Committee members will:

  • Follow the Ward Boundary Review process set by Council
  • Engage, consult and communicate with Innisfil residents and key stakeholders
  • Provide a report on ward boundary options and recommendations for Council's consideration

View the Ward Boundary Committee Terms of Reference

Join the committee

We're currently reviewing committee applications. We thank all applicants for their interest, but only those selected for an interview will be contacted.


The meeting schedule will be determined by the Committee once recruitment is completed. You will be able to see upcoming meetings and agendas on our Committee Calendar


Council approved the creation of an ad hoc Ward Boundary Review Committee as part of an overall Municipal Elections Engagement Plan. The last update to Innisfil's ward boundaries was in 2009:

As we get ready for the next municipal election in 2026, this ward boundary review will make sure everyone is represented fairly. This means everyone's vote is worth about the same, and the wards have a similar number of people.

Ward Boundary Review

Typically, a ward boundary review looks at geographical boundaries and common factors between communities. Guiding principles include:

  • Representation by population: Wards should have a similar amount of people living in them
  • Population and electoral trends: Wards should consider current and expected population changes so that ward sizes will be balanced for up to three terms of Council
  • Means of communication and accessibility: Wards should group existing neighbourhoods to reflect current transportation and communication patterns
  • Geographic and topographical features: Wards should use geographical and topographical features to mark boundaries while keeping them compact and easy to understand
  • Community or diversity of interests: Wards should be drawn around recognized settlement areas, traditional neighbourhoods, and community groupings—not through them

We expect the Ward Boundary Review Committee will bring recommendations to Council at the end of 2024.