Connect and get involved

Find out how you can connect with your city and get involved! Looking for a specific contact? Check our directory listing.  

City Council

Explore our City Council section to learn about your municipal government. Meet your City Council, find out about upcoming meetings of City Council, Committees and Wards, and discover how you can watch Council meetingsspeak before Council, or get involved with a Committee or Board

City Hall tours

City Hall is open to the public for visitors to the city and also for schools and community groups. If you would like to book a tour of City Hall, please call 625-2230. Tours are approximately 45 minutes and provide an overview of the building, the history of amalgamation and information about City Council and how municipalities function. The tour includes a visit to Council Chambers and learning about artifacts and assets on display in the building. There is no cost for tours but pre-booking is required to ensure staff and room availability.

Indigenous relations

The City of Thunder Bay aims to strengthen understanding between the Indigenous community and the City. Learn more about the City's Indigenous relations.

Life events

Are you getting married, looking to get a birth certificate, or need information about a death certificate? You will find all of this and more on our Applications, Licences and Permits page. You can also use our full A - Z Directory to find exactly what you need.

Reports, studies, policies and plans

Our Strategic Plan and reports, studies, policies and plans guide the direction of our city. See how we are working toward a healthy, vibrant, connected and strong community through Indigenous relations, commitment to respect, efforts to becoming Clean, Green and Beautiful and focused work on EarthCare, Thunder Bay Drug Strategy, Crime Prevention and more.

Finance, budget and taxes

View our finance and budget, including the City budget, financial statements and information about our performance and credit rating. Learn more about taxes.

Jobs with the City

Apply for a job with the City of Thunder Bay, or, learn more about summer student employment or high school student coops.

History, heritage and records

Discover our city's past. Explore our history, heritage and records to see online historical exhibits, City Archive collections, and local heritage.

Lien claim registry for City of Thunder Bay property

Visit the Lien claim registry for City Property page to learn more about submitting a lien and to view the Lien Claim Registry.

Open data

Explore the City of Thunder Bay’s Open Data Portal where you can freely access and use local data that has been collected by the City at no cost to you.

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