If you are not a resident, you may be entitled to vote if you own, occupy or lease property in the Albury Local Government Area (LGA) as a corporation, business or individual. You will have to be registered on Albury City Council’s non-residential roll. You may only cast one vote within a council area, irrespective of the number of properties or parcels of land you own. Registration is not compulsory.
A non-residential roll is only valid for the council election it is prepared for, so you must re-enrol for every election. If you were on the non-residential roll previously and you are still eligible to be on that roll, you should re-apply to be included on the new roll. Read more about the non-residential roll on the NSW Electoral Commission website.
You need to fill out the Individual Claim Form if you are:
- an owner of rateable land in the Albury LGA, or
- an occupier or rate-paying lessee of rateable land in the Albury LGA.
If you own, occupy or lease the property with other people, you must nominate who will be voting on behalf of everyone and fill out the Nomination Claim Form.
Registration for inclusion on the non-residential roll for the 2021 Council election closes at 6.00pm on 26 July 2021.
Once you have completed the form send it to us, to the attention of the Chief Executive Officer, using any of the following methods:
- By post: 553 Kiewa Street, Albury NSW 2640, Australia
- By hand: 553 Kiewa Street, NSW 2640
- By email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information is available on the NSW Electoral Commission webpage, and in this Fact Sheet.
Alternatively, you can make an enquiry through our webpage below, by emailing ExecutiveSupport@alburycity.nsw.gov.au or calling 02 6023 8111.