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The Local Government elections took place on Saturday 4 December 2021.
The elections were administered by the NSW Electoral Commission and voting was compulsory for people enrolled in the City of Ryde Local Government Area.
In conjunction with the Council Elections that were held Saturday 4 December 2021, the City of Ryde held a constitutional referendum on the following:
Do you support a popularly elected Mayor where the voters of the City of Ryde elect the Mayor for a four (4) year term, thereby adopting a thirteen (13) Councillor model (including the Mayor)?
Voting in the constitutional referendum was compulsory for all residents on the Electoral Roll.
The outcome for the referendum was:
Results from the Council election can be viewed at NSW Electoral Commission.
The case FOR and AGAINST the referendum question is contained below to assist voters in making an informed decision.
REASONS YOU MAY VOTE NO
(KEEP THINGS THE SAME)
REASONS YOU MAY VOTE YES
(CHANGE WHAT WE DO NOW)
If you're a resident of the City of Ryde, you can check your enrolment details are up to date with the Australian Electoral Commission.
To find out which Ward you're in, search for you address on our online map or see the PDF maps below:
To find out more about the election, key dates and to sign up for election reminders, visit NSW Electoral Commission.