Information about elections in the Stroud District, including how to vote, electoral boundaries and past election results.
Stroud District Council is not scheduled to hold any elections on Thursday 4 May 2023.
Painswick and Upton District Ward By-Election page
Find out about the Painswick and Upton District Ward By-Election to be held on Wednesday, 17 2023. Polling hours will be 7am to 10pm.
Stonehouse By-Election (Stonehouse Ward)
Find out about the Stonehouse By-Election (Stonehouse Ward) to be held on Tuesday, 4 April 2023. Polling hours will be 7am to 10pm.
Community Governance Reviews
Stroud District Council are undertaking a community governance review pursuant to the provisions of the Local Government and Public Involvement in Health Act 2007, and other relevant statutory provisions. The review is being undertaken for the following Parish/Town areas: • Cam • Dursley • Eastington • Frampton • Horsley • Hunts Grove • Minchinhampton • Nailsworth • Standish • Stonehouse • Woodchester
Find out more information regarding the changes to voting and the requirement to show Voter ID in polling stations from May 2023.
Voting with a disability
We already have a range of support options for disabled voters however in May 2023 the Elections Act will make further changes to what help is currently available.
Annual Canvass 2022
Responding to your Annual Canvass Communication Form
2023 Parliamentary Boundary - Final Public Consultation
The Boundary Commission for England are currently undertaking a review of the parliamentary boundaries. Find out more and have your say.
Elections Job Opportunities
We are looking to recruit motivated staff to fill a number of important paid roles on election day.
View previous election results for the EU Referendum District/Parish elections, Parliamentary elections, County elections and European Parliamentary elections.
Absent Vote - Personal Identifier Refresh
Absent Vote refresh occurs annually if an application form was completed more than five years ago - find out more here.
How do I vote?
Register to vote and apply to vote by post or by proxy.
Frequently Asked Questions
Becoming a Councillor
Information on how to become a Councillor.
Publication of Verification Number
The Verification notice gives the number equivalent to 5% of Local Government electors. This is needed to determine the validity of petitions and published during February.