Through strong leadership, growth management and partnerships, Middlesex County will enhance the quality of life and the economic, environmental and industrial sustainability of the county.
Middlesex County Council is comprised of the mayors and deputy mayors from 7 of our 8 local municipalities. The head of county council is the Warden and is elected annually by a vote at council. Middlesex County currently has 8 municipalities within its boundaries.
Each municipality elects its own Council and Mayor whom is the head of their local Council. County Council is composed of a Municipal Mayor, and if the number of electors is over 5,000, then the Deputy Mayor of that municipality would also sit on County Council. County Council elects a Warden each December to oversee the business of Council for the following year.