Jeremy T Davis – Candidate for Councillor of City of Belleville, ON

Updated October 19, 2022 by
Jeremy T Davis

Jeremy T Davis is running as a candidate for councillor in the City of Belleville in the 2022 municipal election. He previously ran for councillor in the 2018 municipal election.

A lifelong resident of Belleville, he was inspired by his grandfather, who was a school board trustee, to be part of the public service. His great uncle was in municipal politics.


Davis went to Centennial Secondary School and studied at Loyalist College.

Community involvement

  • Member of Belleville’s Green Taskforce
  • Member of the Belleville District Chamber of Commerce since 2004
  • Involved with planning Doors Open Belleville
  • Former Vice-Chair of Heritage Belleville
  • Member of the Quinte Young Prof. Group Former Ontario Ambassador for Easter Seals
  • Nominated for the 2008 Quinte Business Achievement Awards
  • Former Adult Youth Leader at my local church
  • Local Entrepreneur/Community Fundraisers such as Quinte Autumnfest and Merry Mixer in support of Gleaners Food Bank, Toy Drive
  • Former member of the Belleville Accessibility Advisory Committee
  • Former member of the Council of Canadians – Quinte Chapter
  • Past member of the Belleville Canada Day & Santa Claus Parade Committee
  • Former Peer Support Assistant with Elementary & Secondary School Students
  • Member of the Ontario Federation For Cerebral Palsy (OFCP)


  • President/Founder at Other Side Media Group with over 22 years of Multimedia Production including radio and television
  • Radio host of The Other Side Sundays at 11:30AM on 91x FM – engaging discussion on issues that impact our community. From politicians to entertainers to other ‘movers and shakers’ in our midst, listen for some insight from The Other Side.
  • Freelance Journalist/Newspaper Columnist
  • Nominated for the 2008 Quinte Business Achievement Awards

2022 election priorities

From his website:

“Always Putting People First”

Ensuring a safe and accessible city for everyone.

Open and accountable representation for the citizens of Belleville.

Housing affordability

Investing in more affordable housing opportunities in our city -helping to address the critical shortage in our entire region.

Doctor recruitment

Attracting and retaining more family Doctors to the area. 

Waterfront upgrades

Protecting our environment, city parks and green spaces… With a commitment to promote future investments and upgrades to our local Waterfront.

Supporting local businesses

Supporting buy local initiatives and enhancing opportunities for business in Belleville,including in our downtown core… This will in turn help the local economy and create jobs in the region.

Enhance cultural arts and heritage

Enhancing cultural arts, heritage tourism and events in Belleville to benefit the entire Quinte region. Make it a destination and a place that people want to stay, grow and raise their family.

Personal life

Davis has a twin brother Joshua.


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