To All Residents,

May 27th, 2021

The Village of Gagetown would like to congratulate Pat Whipple, Ali Murphy, Richard Plaster and Doug Ryan on their election wins. Together with incoming Mayor Derek Pleadwell, we have a new council that will be ready to move Gagetown forward.
For those of you planning to attend (virtually, for now) the first meeting of Council, it is tentatively scheduled for June 14th, 2021 at 6:30 pm. Check our website for further details.
We would also like to thank outgoing Mayor Mike Blaney for his nine years of service as Mayor and outgoing Councillor Paul McNamee for his five years of service as Councillor. Your contributions over those years are greatly appreciated.

Village of Gagetown


April 28, 2021

Please see the NOTICE from Local Government & Local Governance Reform regarding the Municipal Elections.


April 22, 2021

Please see the NOTICE from Local Government regarding the possible delay of election results due to the lock down situation in Zone 4.



March 22, 2021

The nomination period for the May 10 elections for municipal council, district education council, and regional health authority boards opens on Monday, March 22, as municipal returning offices open to the public.

Chief Electoral Officer Kim Poffenroth is encouraging candidates to bring in their nomination papers well before the 2 p.m. deadline on Friday, April 9.  “Democracy is better served when electors have the option of choosing from a diverse field of candidates,” said Poffenroth. “We hope many people consider running for these important positions allowing them to give back in a very tangible and meaningful way to the communities in which they live, work and, in many cases, raise their families.”

In accordance with COVID-19 safety protocols, candidates who wish to meet with their local returning officer should call in advance to set up an appointment. Candidates can also submit their nomination papers electronically, by email or by fax.
Electors who wish to vote by mail in these elections can also apply for a vote-by-mail package starting on Monday. However, the vote-by-mail packages will only be sent out to those who applied once printed ballots are available, beginning on April 19. That is also the first day that electors can vote in-person at a returning office.
“Due to the complexity of the ballots used during municipal elections, voting at a returning office will only be possible once printed ballots are available on Monday, April 19,” said Poffenroth. “Unlike provincial elections, write-in-ballots are not available.”

Electors who wish to vote by mail can find more information about the process and apply by visiting the Vote by Mail section of Elections New Brunswick’s website.

Municipal Elections have been scheduled for May 10th, 2021.  Please read the NOTICE from Elections NB on the upcoming elections.

The province of New Brunswick has issued COVID-19 GUIDELINES for candidates in the upcoming Municipal Elections.  Please read these guidelines carefully before you head out to campaign!

Are you considering running for Council? The Returning Office for candidates for The Village of Gagetown is located at 1757 Route 640, Hanwell.  That is also known as the Hanwell Road, up near the intersection with Greenview Drive.  Elections New Brunswick has all the information you need at their website.  CLICK HERE to visit the municipal election page.