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.
Residents in St Albans District are urged not to lose their voice by making sure their electoral registration details are up to date.
Residents can have their say about what St Albans City and District Council services they would like to see improved.
People who are interested in local government are needed by St Albans City and District Council to help set the level of allowances Councillors receive for their work.
Councillor Janet Smith’s term as Mayor of the City and District of St Albans has been extended for a year because of the disruption caused by the Covid-19 emergency.
Councillor Chris White has been confirmed as Leader of St Albans City and District Council for the second year in a row.
Residents and businesses are asked to complete a survey about how quickly their enquiries to St Albans City and District Council are dealt with.
The independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England is asking people across St Albans to comment on its draft recommendations for new council ward boundaries.
A total of 73,721 people are eligible to vote in the St Albans Parliamentary constituency at next week’s General Election.
Residents in the St Albans District have only days left to register to vote for the General Election.
General Election poll cards have been sent to voters in two Parliamentary constituencies – St Albans; and Hitchin and Harpenden.
Canvassers have started knocking on doors in the St Albans District to encourage residents to register to vote.
A by-election for a seat on St Albans City and District Council is to be held in the Clarence Ward.
Residents are being asked if they are receiving enough information and guidance about how traveller incursions in the St Albans District are dealt with.
Residents, businesses and community groups are being given the chance to question the executive of St Albans City and District Council at their monthly meetings.
Residents are being asked to complete a household enquiry form to ensure they are registered to vote at local and national elections.