Charlottetown, December 06, 2022 – Official thank you letter from Mayor

 Charlottetown residents, for casting your vote in the recent election and for the trust you have placed in me to lead the city as your mayor over the next four years. | will continue to work hard, along with our new Council, on existing priorities and new strategic directions to build strong neighborhoods across our city. | also want to thank the candidates who put their names forward and all of the volunteers who contributed to campaigns. | applaud your interest and participation as it helps to strengthen both our democracy and our municipal government.
Mayor Philip Brown

Charlottetown, October 11, 2022 – Official Campaign - Office Opening  on October 15

Join Charlottetown Mayoral candidate Philip Brown for coffee and refreshments to mark the official opening of his campaign headquarters.
Location: 218 UNIVERSITY AVE
Phone :  (902) 620-9191

Charlottetown, September 20, 2022 – Philip Brown has made it official: he is campaigning for re-election as mayor of Charlottetown on November 7.

“It has been a privilege and honour to serve as mayor for the past four years, and I have
worked hard on behalf of the people of Charlottetown to make this the best place
possible to live and work,” said Mr. Brown. “I am proud of our record and look forward to working with residents, voluntary organizations and businesses to build on our success.”
– Philip Brown
Mr. Brown said many initiatives have taken place to benefit citizens over the past four years. In order to address the housing needs, regulations have been put in place for short-term rentals and close to 450 affordable housing units have been established. Building permits have totalled $548 million dollars, supported by $69 million in infrastructure investments from the federal, provincial and municipal governments. The Charlottetown Area Development Corporation has been reinstated and revitalized and many new businesses have been established and expanded. All this has been accomplished with four surplus budgets in a row.

These and other accomplishments have been recognized by Maclean’s magazine which has named Charlottetown, along with Halifax, as the number one best community in Canada.

Mr. Brown has put forward a number of priorities for the next four years. These include support for green initiatives such as electric buses, expanding transit routes and cycling lanes; creating more affordable housing; and reducing costs through shared services with neighbouring municipalities. He would also like to see more investments in continued improvements to wi-fi capabilities and an expanded fibre-optic network. “A fundamental goal is to build on public trust by increasing accountability and transparency at City Hall and ensuring that all residents are recognized and heard,” said Mr. Brown. “I look forward to meeting with residents over the coming weeks and will be asking for their support in the forthcoming election so that we can move forward together.”

Philip Brown