Elections, Voting & Democracy
Electoral Services are responsible for preparation and annual publication of the Register of Electors
The following explains how you can vote on polling day and has links for information about postal and proxy voting.
Find out how you can become a parish or district councillor in Craven.
The most recent scheduled elections in Craven took place on Thursday 3rd May 2018.
Find out how to register to vote, change your address or change your name on the electoral roll.
Households across the district will soon receive a form asking them to check whether the information we hold on the register of electors is correct.
Apply to opt out of Open Electoral Register
Notice of the number of signatures required to meet the 5% petition threshold for a referendum on a change in the local governance arrangements
The Council has recently concluded a Community Governance review of parish council electoral arrangements.
Online maps showing boundaries of all parishes and wards within the Craven district.
This Notice provides details of the information that we collect from you, what we do with it and who it might be shared with.
Craven District Council has a duty to review all polling districts and polling places every five years and the last review took place in 2014.