Judi Partridge is Hamilton City Councillor for Ward 15, which encompasses east Flamborough, Waterdown, Carlisle, Flamborough Centre, Millgrove and Freelton. She can be reached at email@example.com or 905-546-2713.
A longtime advocate of Ward 15 Flamborough in Hamilton, Councillor Judi Partridge resides with her husband, Jeff Partridge (President of the Carlisle Optimist Club) in Carlisle, Ontario. Flamborough borders Guelph, Campbellville and Burlington, and encompasses Waterdown, Carlisle, Millgrove, Flamborough Centre and Freelton.
Known as the ‘go to’ person who ‘gets things done’, Judi Partridge is a tireless champion at Hamilton City Hall for both her rural and urban residents. Elected to Hamilton Council in 2010, 2014 and again in 2018, Judi is a passionate, no-nonsense advocate who is committed to Building Community Together through economic growth, innovative job creation, protecting farmers, and helping seniors and youth in a community that is 70% rural. Judi Partridge brings corporate senior management experience in strategic planning and business development as a collaborative relationship builder with strong communication skills.
Prior to assuming office in 2010, Judi held corporate senior management positions in government affairs, corporate affairs and media relations. Her charitable work over 20 years included serving on several Boards, and she was a founding member of a local charity to help women and children in need. She is also a recipient of the Woman of the Year for Government Affairs and Communication, YWCA Women of Distinction Awards.
Well-respected for her sharp focus on budgets and finances at City Hall, Judi has worked continuously to attract new businesses to the four business parks in Waterdown, creating jobs for local residents and ensuring there is a streamlined approach for businesses. She was instrumental in the opening of Stryker Canada’s new headquarters in Flamborough, creating over 275 jobs in manufacturing medical devices and equipment. Agriculture is also a $1.5 billion industry in Hamilton, with much of it located in Flamborough, and continues to increase with several new farm-related business expansions.
In addition to Council duties and City of Hamilton Committees, Judi sits on several Boards of Directors, including the Golden Horseshoe Food and Farm Alliance, Hamilton Renewable Power Incorporated, Hamilton Utilities Corporation and the Provincial Halton Hamilton Source Water Protection committee.
As Councillor for one of the fastest growing residential areas in Hamilton, Judi is also championing the need for better access to broadband and mobile Internet connectivity in Flamborough, as well as access to natural gas infrastructure to save on high costs. It has become a national imperative as communities and agri-businesses across the country face increasing costs.
Working with volunteers and local groups, Judi is also honoured to serve many community initiatives and organizations active in Flamborough and Hamilton that directly support residents in need through funding, programming and services. She emphasizes that the community spirit of her residents gives her the strength to work hard on their behalf.