Is my name on the current list of electors?

The City of Williams Lake is now using the Provincial elector list, prepared by Elections BC, for resident elector registrations.  If you would like to make sure you are on the voters list, you can do so by registering with Elections BC before [DATE TBD], 2026 electronically via the following link or by phone (1-800-661-8683). Visit the Elections BC website at for more information on how to register to vote or to update your voter information (i.e. residential or mailing address).

Note that should you not reside within City limits, but qualify to vote in the City of Williams Lake’s local government election as a non-resident property elector (see Election FAQ's No. 3 and 4), please contact the Chief Election Officer or Deputy Chief Election Officer (250-392-1773/1774;, or visit the Corporate Services office at City Hall, 2nd Floor, 450 Mart Street. Office hours are 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM Monday to Friday, excluding statutory holidays. Advance non-resident property elector registrations will be accepted at the City of Williams Lake Corporate Services office until [DATE TBD], 2026. Registrations will not be accepted after this date but will be accepted on voting days.

Pre-registration for non-resident property electors is encouraged.

Eligible resident and non-resident electors will also be able to register at the time of voting.

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1. When is the next election?
2. Where and when can I vote?
3. Do I qualify to vote?
4. Can I still vote if I do not live in the City of Williams Lake boundaries?
5. When will we know who is running for Mayor and Councillors?
6. Is my name on the current list of electors?
7. Can I register to vote on election day?
8. Do I need identification to vote?
9. Do you offer curbside voting for persons with disabilities?
10. Can I vote if I am out of town in October?
11. Are mail-in ballots permitted?
12. Do I have to vote for all six (6) Councillor positions on the ballot?
13. Am I qualified to run for office?
14. Do I have to live in the City of Williams Lake to run for office?
15. How to I get nominated?
16. How many nominators do I need to run for office?
17. Where do I get nomination papers and when is the period for filing them?
18. What are the rules for campaign signs?
19. Where can I find information on campaign financing, elector organizations and third party sponsors?
20. Where can I find information on financial disclosure requirements?
21. What is an Elector Organization?
22. What is a Campaign Organizer?
23. Does the public have access to candidates’ nomination documents?
24. What was the voter turnout for past municipal elections in Williams Lake?
25. Who can I contact if I have questions?