Council is to represent the public considering the well being and interests of the Municipality and to make decisions regarding the services provided by the Municipality from 2018-2022.

Council contact

The Council of the Municipality of Kincardine has nine members. You can e-mail them at


Mayor Glover


Gerry Glover



Deputy Mayor

Randy Roppel


Councillor-At-Large (3)




Ward 1 Councillor (2)

Maureen Couture

Home:519-396-3629 Cell: 519-389-8029


Andrea Clarke


Ward 2 Councillor

Bill Stewart



Ward 3 Councillor

Dorne C. Fitzsimmons


Meeting schedule

The schedule of Council and Committee meetings can be found on the Council and Committees Calendar.

Appear before Council

You may participate in a Council/Committee of the Whole meeting through correspondence, Public Forum or as a Delegation. You can also submit a petition.

Watch Council 

Council meetings, except closed sessions, are open to the public. They take place at the Municipal Administration Centre at 1475 Concession 5 Kincardine.

Can't make a Council meeting? You can watch them live on Rogers TV Channel 6, on demand at or stream them live thought the Watch Council Meetings link on our website . They also have a video archive of past Council meetings and a schedule of when the current meeting will be replayed on Rogers TV. Council will also be broadcasted live on Bruce Telecom TV. If there was a technical interruption during the live stream you can find those meetings on YouTube.

Code of Conduct-Council and Members of Local Boards

The Council of the Municipality of Kincardine has adopted Code of Conduct-Council and Members of Local Boards.  The Code of Conduct demonstrates Council’s commitment to achieving the highest standards of conduct which is essential to maintaining and ensuring public trust and confidence in the Municipality’s decision-making and operations.  Council and Local Board members shall act in an accountable and responsible manner, with integrity and fairness in the decision-making process.

The Municipality appointed Harold G. Elston as Integrity Commissioner.  The role of the Integrity Commissioner is to help ensure that Members of Council and Local Boards perform their functions in accordance with the Code of Conduct, and other procedures, rules or policies governing their ethical behaviour.  The application process to the Integrity Commissioner is included in the Code of Conduct policy.

 Declaration of Interest Registry

View the Municipality of Kincardine's Declaration of Pecuniary Interest.

Council Remuneration

The Province of Ontario, through Section 284 of the Municipal Act, requires the Treasurer of the Municipality of Kincardine to file a statement of the total remuneration and expenses paid in the previous year to Councillors and persons appointed by Council to local boards, committees or any other body, by March 31st. These yearly reports are available below: