Voter Information

  1. Voter Information
  2. who can vote
  3. Voter requirements
  4. registration
  5. identification

The Government of British Columbia, Local Government Branch, provides the following voter information:

In most provinces, the eligibility for voting in local government elections is limited to residents only. In British Columbia, residents can vote, as can persons that own property in a local government jurisdiction, even if they do not reside there. Further information about voter eligibility can be found in the Voter's Guide to Local Government Elections in BC (available in multiple languages).

In Person Voting

  1. WHEN?
Advanced Voting OpportunityWednesday, October 5, 20228:00 am to 8:00 pmRevelstoke Community Centre - MacPherson Room
Advanced Voting OpportunityWednesday, October 12, 20228:00 am to 8:00 pmRevelstoke Community Centre - MacPherson Room
General Voting DaySaturday, October 15, 20228:00 am to 8:00 pmRevelstoke Community Centre - MP Rooms


Mail Ballot Voting


On Saturday, October 15, 2022, from 8 am to 8 pm, the City of Revelstoke will hold the General Local Election for Mayor, 6 Councillors and 5 School District No. 19 Trustees. Amendments to provincial legislation under the Local Government Act were made to allow local governments to, by bylaw, permit voting to be done by mail ballot and, in relation to this, may permit elector registration to be done in conjunction with this voting.

The City of Revelstoke Election Procedures and Assent Voting Bylaw No. 2221 was amended to allow ALL eligible voters to vote by mail.