Our council elections are held on a four-year cycle. The most recent elections for City of York Councillors were combined with Parish Councillor elections and with the UK Parliamentary Election (general election) on Thursday 7 May 2015.
There are two parliamentary constituencies for City of York Council:
- York Central Constituency
- York Outer Constituency
See recent election results, or see information on:
- Registering to vote
- Voting by post
- Voting by proxy
- Students registering to vote
- Local councillors
- the 'community governance' review
Election information for candidates
Get election information for candidates (and potential candidates) if you want to be elected as a member of City of York Council, and find out how to see copy of the register of electors to check electoral numbers for proposers, seconders or assentors to the nomination form.
Revised ward structure
A recent electoral review by the Local Government Boundary Commission for England ordered us to create new wards and to some amend others. These changes happened with the council elections in May 2015.