Information for Voters
Please check back regularly as the information on this page is subject to change and/or additional information may be posted closer to Election Day.
A general election for City of St. Albert Council will be held on October 18, 2021. On this day, voters will cast their ballots to elect:
- One (1) Mayor
- Six (6) Councillors
A person is eligible to vote if they are:
- 18 years of age or older;
- A Canadian citizen; and
- A resident of Alberta and their place of residence is located in the city of St. Albert on Election Day.
How to Vote
Voters will be able to vote in person on Election Day or at any of the Advanced Polling Stations. Please note that Advanced Polling Stations dates and locations are yet to be determined. If a voter is eligible to do so, they may vote by Special Ballot or at an Institutional Vote location.
Voters can use any piece of identification authorized under the Local Authorities Election Act or authorized by the Chief Electoral Officer under the Election Act.
An elector who has shown valid identification and signs the appropriate declaration can vouch for an elector who does not have identification.
What COVID-19 Protocols Do We Expect During the Voting Process and on Election Night?
As provincial public health measures for COVID-19 are consistently changing, it is difficult to determine the specific public health measures that will be in effect during the voting process and on election night at this time.
The City of St. Albert and its Emergency Operations Centre are working together to determine what COVID-19 safety processes and protocols may be required to limit the spread of COVID-19 during the voting process, on election night and during the tabulation of votes.
While specific processes are still to be determined and we do not yet know what provincial public health measures will be in effect, voters and election staff can expect such preventative measures such as physical distancing of 2 metres, hand sanitizer stations and one-way traffic.
More information will be provided closer to election night.
More information will be posted to this page in Spring 2021.
Last edited: March 10, 2021