Council Elections

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The NSW Electoral Commission has launched its LG2017 election website that specifically focusses on the September 2017 local government elections. Below is a link to the site:

What happens if I don't vote?

You will most likely receive a $55 fine. Council does not issue the fines and cannot overturn them. More information about penalties for not voting is available on the NSW Electoral Commission website.


Residential Roll

All electors residing in the Blayney Shire Council local government area, who are enrolled on the Commonwealth/State electoral roll, will be included on the roll for the election. If you have moved to the Blayney Shire since the last election, you will need to update your enrolment to vote in the election. (Note - enrolments for the September 2017 Council election close 31 July 2017).

To check your enrolment details, visit:


To obtain an enrolment form, visit or phone 1300 135 736. Resident enrolment forms are also available from any Australia Post office.


Non-Residential Roll

If you own property (or are a rate-paying lessee or occupier of rateable land) within the Blayney Shire Council Local Government Area that is not your primary residence, you (or a nominee) may be entitled to enrol as a non-residential owner of rateable land.


Claims for inclusion on the non-residential roll must be made on the prescribed application form, which is available from the following links:


Nominee Application Non-Residential Roll


Individual Application Non-Residential Roll


Note - applications for inclusion on the non-residential roll close on 31 July 2017.


Postal Voting and Pre-Poll Voting

For information on Postal Voting and Pre- Poll voting, visit:  

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Candidate Information

If you intend to stand as a candidate  at the upcoming September 2017 elections, there is a range of explanatory information materials available on the NSW Electoral Commission website. If you have any enquiries about becoming a candidate, please contact the NSWEC Candidate Helpdesk on telephone 1300 088 942 or by visiting the Office of Local Government website.


Last modified: 31 Jul 2017

Blayney Shire Council

91 Adelaide Street, Blayney NSW 2799
PO Box 62, Blayney NSW 2799
Telephone: (02) 6368 2104
Facsimilie: (02) 6368 3290

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