2014 Local Government Elections Enrol
Note that voters rolls closed at 5pm on 8 August. Enrolments processed after this date will be potentially valid for future supplementary elections but not for general elections in November 2014.
Enrolling to vote
If you are a landlord, business lessee or resident non-Australian citizen who wants to have their say, you must enrol on the Council voters roll.
If you are already on the State Electoral roll for your Council area to vote in State elections you will automatically be on the Council voters roll and will receive ballot papers. You should check your enrolment if you are in any doubt, or have moved between Council areas and not updated your enrolment. If you are provisionally enrolled before 8 August and turn 18 on or before close of voting you will also be able to vote.
However if you are a landlord, business lessee or resident non - Australian citizen and you wish to vote in Council elections you must enrol by completing an enrolment form, available from your Council. Council contact information is available: click here.
Enrolment for the 2014 Council elections closed at 5pm on Friday 8 August 2014. But if you enrol now you can vote in supplementary elections.Enrolment Voters Roll Information Flyer(429 kb)
Use the buttons below to download the form relevant to your situation.
Or if the buttons above don't work for you, please scroll down to the text links below and download the form relevant to your situation.
Resident not on the State Electoral roll or a Sole Owner or Sole Occupier
(where owner or occupier is a person)
Business or Organisation Sole Owner or Occupier (Body Corporate)
A designated person is required to vote on behalf of the body corporate
Group of Owners or Occupiers (property owned or occupied by more than one person and/or business/organisation)
A designated person is required to vote on behalf of the Group
For more information about Council Elections: click here.