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.
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Twelve former St Albans City and District Councillors have been made Honorary Aldermen in recognition of their distinguished public service.
St Albans City and District Council in common with other local authorities across England is facing challenges due to rising prices and other external factors.
A number of changes are set to be made to the wards and boundaries of Parish and Town Councils in St Albans District following a review.
Several hundred people attended a moving Remembrance Sunday Parade and Service in St Albans.
Council Leader Chris White has issued a warning about the impact of economic conditions on the finances of St Albans City and District Council.
Canvassers are to visit households in St Albans District to encourage residents to secure their vote.
An historic Proclamation ceremony was held in St Albans to announce the new King’s reign.
People wanting to pay their respects to the Queen can lay a floral tribute at a special area set aside by the Cathedral.
Proclamation of King Charles III - an historic ceremony in St Albans to proclaim the new King will be held on the Museum + Gallery balcony at 4.30pm on Sunday 11 September.
Residents in St Albans District should make sure their electoral registration details are up to date so they do not lose their voice.
A further round of consultations on how local communities in St Albans District are governed has begun.
Three people are wanted to help promote high standards of conduct among Councillors and senior officers at St Albans City and District Council.
Councillor Geoff Harrison has been elected the new Mayor of the City and District of St Albans – and has chosen St Albans for Refugees as his charity for the year.
Councillor Chris White has been re-elected as Leader of St Albans City and District Council for the coming year.
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.