Boroondara City Council postal election
Councillors are elected by you to make decisions on a range of important local issues and services, including:
- maternal health and childcare
- sporting and recreation facilities
- libraries and community centres
- animal registrations
- waste and recycling
- planning and building regulations
- local roads and footpaths
Voting is conducted by post and is compulsory for state-enrolled Australian citizens aged 18 years or older. You may be fined if you do not vote.
For the names of the 2020 Boroondara City Council election candidates, visit www.vec.vic.gov.au.
Vote by post
Post your vote before Friday 23 October 2020
Ballot packs will be mailed to voters enrolled to vote in the Boroondara City Council election from Tuesday 6 October 2020.
Please return your completed ballot material by mail before close of voting at 6pm, Friday 23 October 2020.
Completed ballot material can also be hand delivered to the election office before close of voting.
Your elected councillors will be declared no later than Friday 13 November 2020.
Victorian Electorial Commission: www.vec.vic.gov.au
Phone: 9278 4444
Election office: Ground Floor, Building C1, 192 Burwood Road, Hawthorn, 3122.
Election period restrictions
Local government elections will be held across Victoria on Saturday 24 October 2020.
From midday on Tuesday 22 September to 6pm on Saturday 24 October 2020 we must comply with important legislative requirements in the lead up to the election, known as the Election Period.
This means we are limited in what information and updates we can share with you during this time to ensure that Council actions do not influence the election process and that it is fair and equal for all.
Please note some content may be hidden on our website or social media channels during the Election Period, including information about current Councillors.
Routine service delivery and administration will not be affected and will continue as normal during the Election Period. This includes providing you with updates on urgent operational and service matters that may arise, including those surrounding current coronavirus restrictions.