Council Elections provide an opportunity to vote for candidates who will represent your community. You can also nominate to stand for election as a Council Member.
The voters’ roll for council elections consists of two components – the House of Assembly (State) roll, and the council supplementary roll.
If you are on the House of Assembly roll you will automatically receive a voting pack mailed to your registered address.
If you have moved house or changed your name, you need to complete a new enrolment form, available at your local Post Office or online through the Electoral Commission SA website.
If you are not enrolled on the House of Assembly roll you may be eligible to register on the council supplementary roll if:
Did you know, all landlords, business owners and resident non-Australian citizens are removed from the council voters roll (with the exception of City of Adelaide) and must re-enrol to be able to vote?
Under the Local Government (Elections) Act 1999, Council is required to purge the Supplementary Roll on 1 January of every election year.
If you have been removed from the roll under these provisions you must re-enrol before the roll close deadline on Friday 10 August 2018, otherwise you will not be able to vote in 2018 elections.
See below for an enrolment form.
Submit your form to:
Chief Executive Officer
City of Unley
PO Box 1
Unley SA 5061
Via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Or in person at the Civic Centre, 181 Unley Road, Unley.
If you are a Resident not on the State Electoral Roll or a Sole Owner or Sole Occupier, complete Form 1.
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