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Blue Mountains City Council Election
4th December 2021
- everything you need to know about the 2021 Council Election from an environmental perspective -

Note: Councils are elected for a four year term. The election was due to be held in September 2020 but was postponed a year due to COVID. In July it was again postponed three months due to COVID. Irrespective, the subsequent election will be in September 2024.

In early November, once nominations close, a questionnaire will be sent to all "lead" candidates and independents. Their responses plus an analysis will be provided before Pre-poll Voting opens on Monday 22 November. We do not recommend or support parties or individual candidates.

The rolls for this election close on Monday 25 October.

Here's how you can check your enrolment

Here's how you can enrol to vote

For more information about the election, go to the Council website.

Here's the NSW Electoral Commission's COVID-19 safety measures at venues.

Council Map and Wards

The Blue Mountains City Council area is divided into 4 wards. Each ward is represented by 3 Councillors.

Ward 1:  Mt Victoria to Leura (incl. Mt Wilson)
Ward 2:  Wentworth Falls to Faulconbridge
Ward 3:  Springwood to Valley Heights (incl. Winmalee)
Ward 4:  Warrimoo to Lapstone (incl. Mt Riverview)

Here's a map of the wards.

Conservation Articles

Here's a series of Hut News articles that provide a background to conservation considerations and concerns of our city within a world heritage area.

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We acknowledge the traditional custodians of this land
– the Darug and Gundungurra people –
and pay respect to their Elders past, present and emerging.