Saturday 4 December is Council election day, and if you live in Penrith and are on the electoral roll it is compulsory to vote, by post, pre-poll or on the day.
If you live in Penrith and are on the electoral roll, you must vote in the Council elections on or before Saturday 4 December.
Changes have been made to allow residents to apply for a postal vote if they are concerned about the COVID-19 situation. Applications for postal votes open on 25 October and close at 5pm, Monday 29 November. You can also make a pre-poll vote up to two weeks before the election.
Penrith is made up of three wards – North, South and East. If you are voting on the day, you must vote in your ward. Polling places will be set up at a number of local schools and community halls from 8am to 6pm on election day. To find out your ward you, how to apply for a postal vote or where you can vote, go to penrith.city/Council-Election
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