Election to be held on Saturday 4 September 2021
Please ensure your current details are up-to-date with the electoral commission as voting is compulsory.
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Free Local Forum for Female Candidates - Saturday 17 April
Prospective female candidates interested in running for the
September 2021 Council elections are encouraged to attend a special event
hosted in Lane Cove by the Australian Local Government Women's Association
NSW Branch (ALGWA NSW).
From 9:00am - 12noon on Saturday 17 April, interested community
members from across the
region can receive valuable information on how
to run for election and the role and responsibilities of a
Councillor. Lane Cove Mayor, Clr Pam Palmer, will be in attendance along
with ALGWA President Clr Cassandra Coleman. Following the
presentation ALGWA NSW Executive members will be available for a
Q&A session and to share their knowledge and support for women interested
in standing for Local Government Elections. Women from all local
government areas are welcome to attend.
Registration is essential to assist with catering - light lunch
provided. If you cannot
attend in person but wish to access the livestream of the event, please
register for the virtual ticket.
Saturday 17 April, 9:00am - 12noon
Terrace Function Room, LG Level, Lane Cove Community Hub
1 Pottery Lane, Lane Cove
Book online to attend in-person or to request a virtual ticket.
close 5:00pm Friday 16 April.
Free parking for up to 3 hours available at Little Street Car Park.
This venue is accessible with wheelchair access and a hearing loop.
Details of other Australian Local Government Women's Association workshops are available online. You can also find out more on the Women for Election's workshop series. Information about the NSW Government's Election of Women to Local Government campaign can be found on the Office of Local Government website.
Do you have an interest in representing your community?
A Candidate Briefing for anyone interested in becoming a Councillor is being held in Hunters Hill on Thursday 27 May 2021 from 6:00pm. It is designed to enable those interested in becoming a Councillor to gain a better understanding of the role and responsibilities as an elected member of Council.
If you are interested in attending please revisit this page prior to the event to confirm any registration details required.
Further information regarding the election including key dates for potential candidates to enrol is available on the NSW Electoral Commission's Website.