Proposed electoral map for the next general municipal election

We have put together the municipality’s electoral map with a view to the next general municipal election, which will be held on November 2, 2025.

  • You are encouraged to consult our proposed by-law, which sets out the boundaries for our municipal electoral districts on the website of the Town and at Town Hall.
  • If you disagree with this division proposal, you have 15 days (until 4:30 p.m., April 24th) to let us know by writing to the address below:
    481, Main Road, Hudson, Québec, J0P1H0
  • If a sufficient number of people are opposed to the proposal, which is 100 electors, in accordance with the number set out in the Act respecting elections and referendums in municipalities, a public consultation will be held, during which you will have an opportunity to explain why you are opposed to our proposal.

What is an electoral district?

An “electoral district” is the municipal equivalent of a provincial “electoral division” (riding). Our municipality’s electoral map is divided into 6 electoral districts, each of which having approximately the same number of voters. During the general municipal election slated for November 2nd, 2025, electors will vote for the mayoral candidate of their choice and for one of the candidates running for the office of councillor in their electoral district.

For further information on municipal electoral districts, please consult the Commission de la représentation électorale pages on Élections Québec’s website.