General municipal elections are held every four years. Camrose voters elect one mayor and eight councilors to a four year term. When a vacancy occurs, a by-election is held if there is more than 18 months before the next general election. City of Camrose elections are regulated by the Elections Bylaw passed under the authority of the Local Authorities Election Act.

The Offices of Mayor and Councillor are elected at large. This means that our Mayor and Councillors represent the entire population of the City, rather than a geographical ward as seen in larger Cities like Edmonton and Calgary.

The City of Camrose does not have a voter's list. Instead, voters may vote at any of the voting stations within the City of Camrose. Voter eligibility and identification requirements as well as voting stations will be posted in advance of any general municipal election.

Elections for our local school boards, Battle River Regional Division No. 31 and Elk Island Catholic Separate Regional Division No. 41, occur on the same day as our municipal election and are most often facilitated by the City of Camrose for voter convenience.

Related Links

Phone icon

Contact Us