Becoming a Councillor

Local Government Councillors are elected by people who live and do business in the local Council area and / or own property within the local government and have registered to vote.

Councillors play an important community leadership role and create policies and resolve decisions that the Council makes about what happens locally.

Local government elections are held on the third Saturday of October, every two years.

If you are interested in becoming a Councillor and would like more information you can click on the link (below) to the WA Electoral Commission's website.  

Western Australian (WA) Electoral Commission - Information for Candidates and Electors

Both the Department of Local Government and the WA Electoral Commission provide information on the timelines for Local Government Elections.

Contact information for the elected members can be found here.