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 to make sure their electoral registration details are up to date so they do not lose their voice.
Councillor Edgar Hill has been elected the new Mayor of the City and District of St Albans – choosing Youth Talk as his charity for the year.
To see the results for elections in St Albans District on Thursday 6 May click on the button below.
Voters will go to the polls on Thursday 6 May for important local elections in St Albans District.
Ballot papers have been sent out to postal voters for next month’s local elections in St Albans District.
Everyone aged 18 and above has only days left to secure their vote for next month’s important local elections.
Everyone aged 18 and above is urged to secure their vote for important local elections in a few weeks’ time.
St Albans City and District Council will be observing a minute’s silence at 12 noon as part of the national day of reflection, marking the anniversary of the first Covid Lockdown.
Councillors have approved a Corporate Plan for St Albans City and District Council that will help combat the climate emergency, deliver more social housing, support local
The multi-million pound purchase of a major property by St Albans City and District Council can go ahead, Councillors have decided.
Residents are being asked to give their views about proposed changes to the way St Albans City and District Council is governed.
St Albans Mayor Councillor Janet Smith is to host an online service to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day with this year’s theme of - Be the Light in the Darkness.
Measures will be taken to ensure St Albans District residents will be able to vote safely at next year’s local elections.
St Albans Mayor Councillor Janet Smith raised funds for local homeless charities by turning the annual Sleepout into a sleep-in.
Canvassers will maintain social distancing when they knock on doors in St Albans District to encourage residents to register to vote.