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Ombudsman for King Township
As of January 1, 2016 the Ontario Ombudsman is able to receive general complaints about municipalities.
The Ombudsman is an objective office of last resort for members of the public to bring forward unresolved complaints when all other processes have been exhausted. Acting at arm's length from Council and the Township, the Ombudsman will independently receive, review and investigate complaints and provide periodic updates as a result of investigations.
King Township is committed to providing exceptional customer service to all of our residents and stakeholders. Before the Ombudsman will investigate a complaint, you must first file a formal complaint about municipal services or operations to the Township by using the Formal Complaint Submission Form and submitting it by mail, in person, or by e-mail to the Township Clerk.
Ontario Ombudsman can be reached via phone or email:
You can also submit a complaint using their online form.