It’s almost local government election time. So you can place your vote this October, please check your enrolment details are up to date.
With the opportunity to choose who represents your community, all local residents and property owners are encouraged to enrol.
While voting isn’t compulsory for these local elections, a high participation rate is important to ensure the collective view of the whole community is represented.
If you’re listed on the State Electoral Roll with a Shire address, you’ll be automatically enrolled to vote in the local election. For an easy way to check if you're enrolled, please go to check my enrolment.
If you’ve recently moved and lived at your new home for more than a month, you can update your electoral roll details with the Australian Electoral Commission.
Non-resident owners or occupiers of rateable property within the Shire are also entitled to vote. To apply, please go to enrolment eligibility claim.
All electors will be posted a voting package which includes the ballot papers and voting instructions.
To be included on the roll, applications must be received by 4pm Friday 25 August.
For more information please go to local government elections.