Town of Elk Point Council

Town Council
Second and First Row From Left to Right: Councillor Lorne Young, Councillor Debra McQuinn, Councillor Dwayne Yaremkevich, Deputy Mayor Bernice Capjack and Mayor Parrish Tung
Photo Credits: Elk Point Review

Scheduled Meetings

  • Council meetings are in council chambers on the 2nd and 4th Monday of each month. 
  • View our online council minutes


If you would like to make a presentation to Council, please contact the Chief Administrative Officer.
There are many ways to speak with Council:
  • During Regular Council meetings every 2nd & 4th Monday of the month at 7:00 PM or thereafter there is a “Question Period/Delegation” for the public to ask question at the meetings.
  • All Council and/or committee meetings are open to the public except when required to be closed by legislation F.O.I.P. Act and Municipal Government Act. i.e.: Personnel, Legal and Land.
  • A person or group wishing to make a presentation to Council shall advise the chief Administrative Officer (C.A.O) in writing of not less than five (5) days prior to Council meeting date. This allows for information to be placed in Council Agenda package distributed prior to Council meeting. The CAO will set a time for the person or group usually 15-20 minutes in length depending upon how many delegations are on Agenda.
  • Mayor and Council can also be contacted by email.

Mayor, Council and Administration are pleased to serve you. We encourage you to bring your concerns to our attention.

Thank You.

Mayor & Council
Town of Elk Point

Did You Know?

Village of Elk Point Formed, 1938
In the words of J.C. Jensen "We have functioned barely a year and as the first Council we feel at this date, that justifiable pride can be taken in the solvency of the village finances, and in the local improvements that have been carried out. We do not claim infallibility but we have sincerely tried to provide the greatest good for the greatest number. We feel a pride in our village. We hope that it may grow more beautiful, become ever more conscious of the civic pride and truly be a community of which the younger growing generation can always look back to as a sphere of pleasant memories. Our aim is to foster the feeling beyond our confines, that we need them as well as their need of us."