Property 101: City of Sydney ratepayers election roll requirements

Property 101: City of Sydney ratepayers election roll requirements
Property 101: City of Sydney ratepayers election roll requirements

The City of Sydney electoral rolls for the 2016 election will close on 1 August.

On this date, the City of Sydney will provide details from the non-residential register to the NSW Electoral Commission.  After this date, they will verify if each individual on the register is eligible for the non-residential electoral roll. 

If you are eligible, your name and address will be added to the non-residential electoral roll and you will be required to vote at the next City of Sydney Local Government election in September.

Checking your name on the electoral roll 

From early August, you should check if your name is on the non-residential electoral roll before election day to confirm if you are required to vote.

You can check the roll by either:

  • checking online with the NSW Electoral Commission 
  • visiting the City of Sydney Customer Service Centre in Town Hall House, 456 Kent Street Sydney, where the roll will be available
  • calling our Customer Service team on 1800 101 667.

The address on the electoral roll will be that of the property you own, occupy or lease in the City of Sydney Local Government Area.

ad of the City of Sydney Local Government election on 10 September 2016, owners, occupiers and rate-paying lessees of rateable property in the City of Sydney area are required to register for the non-residential register and roll.

This is your final reminder to be on the register and be eligible to vote at the 2016 City of Sydney Local Government election.

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