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.
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St Albans Mayor, Councillor Anthony Rowlands, has handed a £1,635 cheque to the Open Door charity that supports homeless and vulnerable people in the area.
St Albans Mayor, Councillor Anthony Rowlands, had his official Christmas greetings card designed by two talented primary school pupils.
Nominations have opened for next year’s St Albans Mayor’s Pride Awards - including one for an individual or organisation that has brought the generations
St Albans City and District Council has appointed an Honorary Recorder to foster good rel
St Albans City and District Council has been named Best Next Generation Employer at the prestigious LGC Workforce Awards.
St Albans City and District Council is supporting White Ribbon Day and Orange the World –
Hundreds of people showed their respects to Britain’s war dead at a moving Remembrance Sunday Parade and Service in St Albans.
Two Council by-elections will take place in St Albans District on Thursday 7 December 2023.
Residents in St Albans District are advised that changes are being made to the way you can apply for postal and proxy votes.
Community groups and residents are asked to give their views as part of a review of polling stations in St Albans District.
St Albans Mayor Councillor Anthony Rowlands attended a service of dedication for a refurbished Burma Star Association Memorial.
Residents who want to have their say in the Marshalswick East and Jersey Farm by-election have only a few days left to apply for a Voter Authority Certificate.
A by-election for a vacant seat in the Marshalswick East and Jersey Farm ward of St Albans City and District Council will take place on Thursday 17 August.
A panel of senior local government figures has carried out a review of St Albans City and District Council’s (SADC) operations.
St Albans Mayor, Councillor Anthony Rowlands, was one of around 2,000 people who took part in the 41st St Albans Half Marathon.
Residents in the St Peters ward of St Albans City and District Council are reminded to bring approved photo ID to vote at a by-election on Tuesday 13 June.