Voting papers have started arriving in mailboxes from 20 September. You need to be enrolled to vote for Mayor, Councillors, Local Board Members, District Health Boards and in some locations Licensing Trusts.

If your voting documents do not arrive by 25 September call 0800 922 822.

How to vote

Complete your voting document and post it in the FREEPOST envelope provided, at a post office, post box or post shop by 8 October or drop it in a ballot box at your local library no later than midday on Election Day 12 October.

It has never been easier to vote in the local elections. For the first time there will be pop up One Stop Shops for voting where it is possible to enrol and vote (special votes).  Aucklanders will also be able to cast special votes at five Auckland libraries, nine council service centres or by phoning the electoral officer on 0800 922 822. Find out more here about enrolling and voting.

Who can I vote for?

Aucklanders get to vote for the Mayor, a local Councillor (in some ward areas two Councillors), members of a local board, and members of the district health board. In some areas you can also vote for a local licensing trust. You can find out what ward you live in here.

To give your community a strong voice, vote City Vision, Roskill Community Voice and City Vision Health.

City Vision for Waitematā Local Board

City Vision for Albert- Eden Local Board

Roskill Community Voice for Puketāpapa Local Board

City Vision for Maungakiekie- Tāmaki Local Board (Maungakiekie Subdivision)

Cathy Casey and Mark Graham for Albert -Eden- PuketāpapaWard

Pippa Coom for  Waitematā and Gulf Ward 

City Vision Health Auckland District Health Board 

City Vision Portage Licensing Trust

Meet all City Vision’s candidates here.

We are proud Aucklanders and will fight to ensure our communities get their fair share.

For the last nine years, City Vision and Roskill Community Voice has been standing up for our communities. We’re the only team to commit to investment in transport, public ownership of assets, the Living Wage and action on climate change.

We are the only team of candidates standing across Waitematā, Albert-Eden, Maungakiekie and Puketāpapa who have responded to voting surveys so you can get to know more about the candidates who want to represent you.  Surveys include the Spinoff’s Policy Local, Bike Auckland, Generation Zero’s election scorecards and Stuff’s the Voting Climate (councillor candidates only).

Our policy is clear and our track record is proven.

Vote to have your voice heard.