Under the Local Government Act 1993 council elections are held on the second Saturday in September every four years. By-elections are conducted periodically when a councillor vacancy occurs. Councils can conduct their own elections or elections can be conducted by the NSW Electoral Commission.
Due to the NSW Government's appointment of Administrator Ian Tiley to the newly proclaimed Armidale Regional Council in 2016, the next council elections will be held on 9 September 2017.
The proclamation of Armidale Regional Council states that there will be 11 elected members (including the Mayor). The Mayor will be elected by the Councillors and will hold the office for two years.
If you would like more information about the upcoming elections go to www.votensw.info
If you are interested in becoming a Councillor, find out more HERE
Claims for inclusion on the non-residential roll must be made on the prescribed application forms. Enquiries regarding entitlement to be on the roll should be directed to council.
Non-Residential Roll Form – Individual Claim (PDF 200.4KB)
Non-Residential Roll Form – Nomination Claim (PDF 204.1KB)
For more information visit www.votensw.info/enrol_to_vote/non-residential_rolls
Published on 15 May 2016