City Hall

City Hall provides residents and visitors access to information on Council Meetings, Bylaws and Policies, Public Notices, Financial information, Property Taxes, and more!

Council Meetings

Council Meetings are generally held on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of each month, unless they fall on a holiday, in which case the meeting will be held on the next business day. 

Mayor and Council

The City of Prince Rupert has six elected Councilors and one elected Mayor. They each serve 4 year terms. Get to know our Mayor and Councilors! 

Bylaws and Policies

Here you will find the most frequently requested bylaws. If you would like to access bylaws that are not included below, please contact the Administration Department. 

City Departments

The City of Prince Rupert is divided into several departments that offer goods and services to our residents – ranging from administration, to our recreation facilities, to the management of City utilities.

Career Opportunities

Do you want an exciting career giving back to the community where you live? Check out our current available job opportunities here.

City Financials

This page contains annual reports from the City of Prince Rupert, as well as yearly financial statements and budget information

Property Taxes

The City of Prince Rupert collects property taxes each year on behalf of several taxation authorities. Property taxes are collected separately from utility fees, which are levied in March of each year. 

Utility Fees

City Utilities provide reliable and efficient water, sewer and solid waste services. The City of Prince Rupert strives to deliver high quality utility services professionally and competitively for the benefit of our community. 

Civic Recognition Awards

The Council of the City of Prince Rupert may bestow a “Civic Recognition” award, when deemed appropriate, for the formal recognition of outstanding achievements by an individual, and/or group. 

Special Events Permits

All organizations holding an event such as a race, marathon or a parade that uses City roads or property, require a Special Events Permit from the Engineering Department of City Hall. 

Prince Rupert Legacy Inc.

Prince Rupert Legacy Inc. (PRLI) is a 100% wholly owned development Corporation of the City of Prince Rupert. Click here to learn more about the projects funded by Legacy. Financial Statements are also posted in our Financial Information section.

Freedom of Information Requests

The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FOIPPA) promotes transparency and accountability in our municipality, balancing the public’s right to access government information with the protection of individual’s private information. 

Contact a City Department

Find contact information for any of our local City Departments. We'd love to hear from you!

Election Information

Find information on the City's past elections and elections processes.