Gregg Davidson, Mayor

Gregg and his wife Marianne chose to move their family to Mapleton in 2006 after having visited the community for many years.  For much of his adult life Gregg has been serving and helping people in roles such as business leader, police constable, and volunteer.  Gregg is a team leader known for his tireless work ethic, honesty and compassion for people.  As Mapleton’s Mayor, Gregg works with Council and staff to create a community that attracts business, creates jobs and one which all residents are proud to call home. 

Everybody matters or nobody matters.   

Telephone: 519-638-3313 x 060

Dennis Craven, Councillor

Dennis and his wife Elizabeth have lived in Mapleton since 1971 where they have raised their family of three and now have 6 grandchildren. Dennis is proud to serve as Councillor for Mapleton

"Mapleton the best place in the world to live."

Telephone: 519-638-3313 x 061

Paul Douglas, Councillor

Paul and his wife Betty have lived in Drayton since 2010 with their two children, Payton and Parker. Paul is a civil engineering technologist (C.E.T.) and is currently the Manager of Site Development at MTE Consultants in Kitchener.

"I look forward to my opportunity to serve the residents of Mapleton.” 

Telephone: 519-638-3313 x 062

Michael Martin, Councillor

Mike is returning as Councillor in Mapleton for his second term on Council.Mike and Carly have lived in Moorefield since 2011 with their two boys Ty and Beckett. Mike works as an Operations Supervisor with The Region of Waterloo Paramedic Services. He also volunteers with Drayton Minor Hockey in various roles as well as with the new local chapter of Safe Communities Mapleton.Councillor Martin has served on the Parks and Recreation Committee during his first term of Council. He names decisions on water, wastewater, cannabis, strategic planning and communication strategies as continued local priorities going forward.

"Look Back - Live now - Think Forward"


Telephone: 519-638-3313 x 063

Marlene Ottens, Councillor

Marlene Ottens lives on a broiler and cash crop farm on the 6th line with her husband John. They have four children and seven grandchildren, who mostly also live in Mapleton. Marlene is eager and proud to serve another term as councillor, helping to make Mapleton a great place to live for current residents and for future generations.

"Continuing the progress we have made."

Telephone: 519-638-3313 x 064