Shellharbour City will be divided into wards with 8 Councillors and a popularly elected Mayor from the 2020 Local Government Election, based on the results of the Referendum held in 2017.

At the Ordinary Council meeting held on Tuesday 11 December 2018, Council endorsed that:

  • Six (6) proposed ward boundary options for the 2020 Local Government Election be placed on public exhibition inviting public submissions. The 6 proposed ward boundary options are shown in the plans marked ‘Options 1 to 6’.
  • The community be requested to suggest names for its preferred ward boundary option for the consideration of Council.

These options are on public exhibition until 1 March, share your feedback.

Ward boundary options

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Please rank ward boundary options in order of importance to you using all or at least one of the options in the list. Drag the options to the right of the screen. On some mobile devices you can just click on the options to allow you to rank them in order.

  1. Option 1 - 4 wards represented by 2 councillors in each ward #
  2. Option 2 - 4 wards represented by 2 councillors in each ward #
  3. Option 3 - 4 wards represented by 2 councillors in each ward #
  4. Option 4 - 2 wards represented by 4 councillors in each ward #
  5. Option 5 - 2 wards represented by 4 councillors in each ward #
  6. Option 6 - 2 wards represented by 4 councillors in each ward #

The survey form is now closed. Thanks for your contributions.