Any eligible elector in the City of Stirling can stand for Council. Nominations open in September of an election year. Find out more about becoming a Councillor.
Interested in becoming a Councillor?
Any eligible elector can stand for Council. There is no requirement for a candidate to belong to a political party or other organisation.
Please download Standing for Council: Information for candidates to learn more about:
- Local government in WA
- What it means to be a Councillor
- How to become a Councillor
- What you need to know about elections
- Useful knowledge and skills for Councillors
- How to hit the ground running if you get elected.
Thursday 1 September 2011 and closes at
Thursday 8 September 2011, 4.00 pm AWST
More information regarding nominations for the City of Stirling Council will be made available at the information session.
Prospective councillors are invited to attend an information session that the City of Stirling will hold to provide an insight into the role and responsibilities of elected members and the election process. This session will provide information from the Western Australian Electoral Commission and Department of Local Government, as well as information relevant to the City.
Date and time
Wednesday 31 August 2011 at 7.00 pm AWST
City of Stirling Administration Centre
25 Cedric Street
Stirling WA 6021