Milton Mayor and Town Council

Milton’s Town Council consists of the Mayor and eight Councillors who are elected every four years. Council, along with a variety of boards and committees govern the municipality of Milton.

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Would you like to make a presentation or speak before Council on a certain issue? 

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Closed meetings

In some cases Milton’s Council, committees and boards will need to meet privately to deal with confidential matters. These closed meetings are not open to the public and are governed by the rules set out in section 239 of the Municipal Act.

Confidential matters

Examples of confidential matters include, but are not limited to:

  • Municipal lawsuits
  • Purchases of land
  • Labour relations issues

Closed meeting complaints

If you’d like to make a complaint about a meeting, or part of a meeting, that was closed to the public, you need to complete an online Closed Meeting Investigation Request form. You can also submit a complaint by email at or drop it off to:

Amberley Gavel
35 Ambleside Dr.
London, ON N6G 4M3

The Closed Meeting Investigator will determine if the closed meeting complied with the Municipal Act or other applicable by-laws.

Stay informed

Review the council meeting calendar and our meeting agendas and minutes to stay informed.

Connect with Town Council

Get in touch with the Mayor of Milton and members of Council.

Mayor of Milton

Gordon Krantz is the Mayor of Milton.

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Ward 1 

Kristina Tesser Derksen and Colin Best are the Councillors for Ward 1. 

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Ward 2 

John Challinor II and Rick Malboeuf are the Councillors for Ward 2.

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Ward 3 

Rick Di Lorenzo and Mike Cluett are the Councillors for Ward 3.

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Ward 4 

Sameera Ali and Zeeshan Hamid are the Councillors for Ward 4.

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Council responsibilities

Milton’s Council is responsible for:

  • Representing the public and considering the well-being and interests of the municipality
  • Developing and evaluating the policies and programs of the municipality
  • Determining which services the municipality provides
  • Ensuring that administrative policies, practices and procedures are in place to implement the decisions of Council
  • Ensuring the municipality is accountable and transparent, including the activities of senior management
  • Maintaining the financial integrity of the municipality
  • Carrying out the duties of Council under the Municipal Act

Town wards

Milton consists of four electoral wards and each ward has two elected Council members. Review our ward boundaries prior to the next municipal election.


Find out which ward you are in by viewing our ward map:

Ward boundary review

Review the Town of Milton’s Ward Boundary Review that outlines our ward boundaries.