Voting and elections
We run all local, regional and national elections that take place in the district. We also maintain the electoral register. We seek to manage these in a transparent, accountable and innovative way. Our aim is to make sure that local people are fully able to exercise their right to vote and to influence decisions that affect their lives.
View voting and election information, including how to vote, election notices and results.
Your vote matters – don’t lose it. To be able to vote at an election you need to be registered to vote.
Can’t get to your polling station? You can apply to vote by post.
The results of the elections for all 56 seats will appear here: https://www.stalbans.gov.uk/elections-
Voters will go to the polls on Thursday 5 May for important elections to St Albans City and District Council.
Poll cards have been sent to voters in St Albans District for important local elections on Thursday 5 May.
Nominations have opened for this year’s St Albans Mayor’s Pride Awards including a new one for 2022 – the Frontline Worker Award
Consultation opens on how Parish and Town Councils in St Albans District are governed – all welcome to give their views
A public consultation on how local communities in St Albans District are governed has begun with residents being asked to give their views.
Substantial savings will need to be found in St Albans City and District Council’s budget for the next financial year, Councillors have decided.
Several hundred people attended a moving Remembrance Sunday Service and Parade in St Albans.
A review of how local communities in St Albans District are governed is to be undertaken next year with residents being asked to give their views.
The councils within South West Hertfordshire have launched a website to support their long-term aspirations for the area and want to hear views on what issues are important to those who live and wo
More support is to be offered to Afghan refugees by St Albans City and District Council to help them settle in the UK.
Residents, businesses and community groups can question the leaders of St Albans City and District Council at their main meetings.
Community groups and residents are asked to give their views to a review of polling stations in St Albans District.
Canvassers are about to visit households in the St Albans District to encourage residents to register to vote.
Residents have been given the chance to say what St Albans City and District Council services they would like to see examined.
A business plan outlining the future of St Albans Charter Market is due to be analysed at a meeting next month.
Residents in St Albans District are urged to make sure their electoral registration details are up to date so they do not lose their voice.