Residents and ratepayers are urged to make their vote count in the Council Election on Saturday 16 October.

Voting packs are being delivered now.

Cast your vote in one of three ways:

  • Return your completed ballot paper to the WA Electoral Commission so that it arrives before Election Day on 16 October
  • Place your completed postal ballot paper in the ballot box at the City of Gosnells Civic Centre, before 5pm Friday 15 October
  • Visit the City’s Civic Centre polling place between 8am and 6pm on Saturday 16 October and lodge your ballot paper in the ballot box.

This is your opportunity to help shape the future of the City, as there are six, four-year vacancies on Council to be decided.

Councillors provide a vital link between the community and the City by representing the interests of ratepayers and residents in decisions made at Council, and setting the strategic direction for the City.

For more information on the Council election candidates click here.

For more information about Council elections, visit the City’s website gosnells.wa.gov.au/elections.