Local elections 2017

Use your vote Derbyshire County Council elections Thursday 4 May 2017

Elections to the county council take place every four years and the next one is being held on Thursday 4 May 2017.


This is your chance to have a real say in how we're run and we're encouraging you to use your vote.

Find out more from the your vote matters website (opens in a new window).

Here you can find out how to stand as a candidate, how to register to vote, different ways of voting and more information about different types of election.

Deputy returning officers for each district and borough council organise the detailed election planning in their areas on our behalf. If you are interested in standing, or want to find out more about the election in your local area, they should be your first point of contact.

They can advise on matters including election notices, nomination papers, polling stations and counts.

There is also a handy election timetable page where you can find key dates in the run-up to 4 May 2017.

The notices of election and statements of persons nominated to stand for election are attached to this page. Notices of Poll are available on the district council websites via the information on other websites section of this page.

Find out about standing as a candidate.

Find out more about voting and the local election in Derbyshire.

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