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The County of Renfrew was incorporated in 1861 under the provisions of what is now the Municipal Act. Renfrew County is made up of 17 lower-tier municipalities. Every four years, each municipality elects a Reeve or Mayor and a municipal council. The Reeve or Mayor of each municipality sits on the Renfrew County Council and acts on behalf of the municipality in County affairs. County Council also elects a Warden on an annual basis. As Head of County Council, the Warden conducts the County Council meetings, sits on committees, and represents the County at any meetings or functions.
The County seat is located in the City of Pembroke.
|Town of Arnprior||Walter Stack|
|Town of Deep River||Glenn Doncaster|
|Town of Laurentian Hills||John Reinwald|
|Town of Petawawa||Bob Sweet|
|Town of Renfrew||Peter Emon|
|Township of Admaston/Bromley||Michael Donohue|
|Township of Bonnechere Valley||Jennifer Murphy|
|Township of Brudenell, Lyndoch & Raglan||Garry Gruntz|
|Township of Greater Madawaska||Glenda McKay|
|Township of Head, Clara & Maria||Jim Gibson|
|Township of Horton||Robert Kingsbury|
|Township of Killaloe, Hagarty & Richards||Janice Visneskie-Moore|
|Township of Laurentian Valley||Debbie Robinson|
|Township of Madawaska Valley||Kim Love|
|Township of McNab/Braeside||Tom Peckett|
|North Algona Wilberforce Township||Deborah Farr|
|Township of Whitewater Region||Terry Millar|