Town Clerk’s Office

The Town Clerk is responsible for maintaining and preserving official documents of the Town, such as the letters patent, by-laws, minutes of meetings, financial records, et cetera. The Town Clerk attends all Council meetings and prepares the agenda and all required documentation.

In addition to these functions, the town clerk fulfills numerous secretarial duties, namely to:

Certify any document required by law

Certify copies of official documents

Conduct consultation procedures

Oversee legal actions involving the Town

Prepare the signing of real estate contracts or procurements of goods and services

Supervise property auctions by the Town, including those for non-payment of property taxes due to the Town

Manage the property and civil liability insurance portfolio, administrative documents and archives

Conduct procedures for the opening of tenders and adoption of municipal by-laws

Prepare legal documents and legal notices

Administer the transfer of the Town’s bonds

Organize and supervise elections or referendums held in the territory

Apply the Act respecting Access to Documents Held by Public Bodies and the Protection of Personal Information, CQLR c A-2.1

Any other function for which the Town Clerk’s participation is required by law

Complaints addressed to the Town of Hudson should reach the Town Clerk within 15 days following an event, otherwise the application may be rejected.

You weren’t on the electoral list for the 2021 municipal election?
Complete this form: Case of non-registration of a resident elector.pdf and mail it to:

Élections Québec
Édifice René-Lévesque
3460, rue de La Pérade
Québec (Québec)  G1X 3Y5
For additional information, you can call Élections Québec at 1-888-353-2846

For information on Access to information:

Access to Information

To consult the website of the SEAO,