Updated September 19, 2018
Voter Cards are now in the mail. If you are on the Voters List, you will receive a Voters Card. If you do not receive a Voter Card, not to worry, you can register to vote at Advance Voting or on General Voting Day at any of the Voting Locations.
If you are unable to vote because of a physical disability, illness or injury, or you will be absent on General Voting Day and all of the dates of Advance Voting, you may be eligible to vote by Mail Ballot. For further information, see the instruction in the Mail Ballot Application.
* Please note, if you are picking up your Mail Ballot at the Municipal Hall, your application will take one day to process.
- Declaration of Election by Voting
- Declaration of Election by Acclamation
- Declaration of Candidates - Close of Nomination Period
- Educational Information - Community Opinion Ballot Question
- 2018 List of Registered Electors
- 2018 Notice of Nomination
Community Opinion Ballot Question
The District of Saanich and the City of Victoria Councils will be asking electors if they wish to establish a Citizens’ Assembly to explore the costs, benefits and disadvantages of amalgamation between the two municipalities. This non-binding community opinion question will be asked at the upcoming General Local Election being held on October 20, 2018:
“Are you in favour of spending up to $250,000 for establishing a Citizens’ Assembly to explore the costs, benefits and disadvantages of the amalgamation between the District of Saanich and the City of Victoria?”
Find out more about the Citizens' Assembly and how the Community Opinion Ballot Question may impact Saanich.
2018 General Local and School Board Elections
On Saturday, October 20, 2018, the Municipal and School Board Elections will be held with eligible voters electing the following:
- One (1) Mayor
- Eight (8) Councillors
- Two (2) School District 63 Trustees
- Nine (9) School District 61 Trustees