Richmond, British Columbia City Council
- For the Richmond, California city council see, Richmond City Council (Richmond, California).
The Richmond City Council is the governing body of the city of Richmond, British Columbia, Canada. The council consists of the mayor and eight elected city councillors.[needs update] Like Vancouver City Council, the councillors are not elected to represent wards like most Canadian cities.
Municipal elections are held every four years across the Province on the third Saturday of November.
Richmond City Council members
|Chak Au||Richmond Community Coalition||Councillor|
|Derek Dang||Richmond First||Councillor|
|Carol Day||RITE Richmond||Councillor|
|Ken Johnston||Richmond Community Coalition||Councillor|
|Bill McNulty||Richmond First||Councillor|
|Linda McPhail||Richmond First||Councillor|
- Malcolm Brodie, Mayor
- Chak Au, Councillor (Richmond Independent Team of Electors)
- Linda Barnes, Councillor (Richmond Citizens Association)
- Derek Dang, Councillor (Richmond First)
- Evelina Halsey-Brandt, Councillor (Independent)
- Ken Johnston, Councillor (Richmond First)
- Bill McNulty, Councillor (Richmond First)
- Linda McPhail, Councillor (Richmond First)
- Harold Steves, Councillor (Richmond Citizens Association)
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