Voter Engagement

Have your say on the voting experience in Edmonton.

Every four years, Edmontonians elect a City Council and Trustees for the Edmonton Public and Edmonton Catholic School Boards. The next Edmonton Election is scheduled for October 20, 2025.

Edmonton Elections is responsible for providing voting opportunities in these elections and for ensuring that all election processes comply with legislation.

Edmonton Elections is interested in learning about the experience of electors in Edmonton and understanding more about the barriers to participation that some voters might face. By sharing your insights, you will help make elections in Edmonton more accessible and aligned with the needs of voters.

Guiding Principles

Edmonton Elections’ planning and decision making processes are guided by these principles:

Accessible: All Edmontonians are able to access the services, supports and information they need to trust and participate in civic processes

Inclusive: All Edmontonians are able to participate in civic processes

Equitable: Barriers to services, supports and information will be removed, enabling all Edmontonians to see themselves represented in the outcome of civic processes

Ethical: Edmonton Elections will maintain the highest standard of ethics at all times, and ethics will be a primary focus for all decisions and activities


We will be collecting feedback from January 29 to March 31, 2024.


How To Engage:

1. Take the Survey and provide your feedback

(Provided in 7 languages: 1. English, 2. French, 3. Punjabi, 4. Tagalog, 5. Simplified Chinese (for Mandarin) 6. Traditional Chinese (for Cantonese) and 7. Arabic)

2. Ask a Question

Have your say on the voting experience in Edmonton.

Every four years, Edmontonians elect a City Council and Trustees for the Edmonton Public and Edmonton Catholic School Boards. The next Edmonton Election is scheduled for October 20, 2025.

Edmonton Elections is responsible for providing voting opportunities in these elections and for ensuring that all election processes comply with legislation.

Edmonton Elections is interested in learning about the experience of electors in Edmonton and understanding more about the barriers to participation that some voters might face. By sharing your insights, you will help make elections in Edmonton more accessible and aligned with the needs of voters.

Guiding Principles

Edmonton Elections’ planning and decision making processes are guided by these principles:

Accessible: All Edmontonians are able to access the services, supports and information they need to trust and participate in civic processes

Inclusive: All Edmontonians are able to participate in civic processes

Equitable: Barriers to services, supports and information will be removed, enabling all Edmontonians to see themselves represented in the outcome of civic processes

Ethical: Edmonton Elections will maintain the highest standard of ethics at all times, and ethics will be a primary focus for all decisions and activities


We will be collecting feedback from January 29 to March 31, 2024.


How To Engage:

1. Take the Survey and provide your feedback

(Provided in 7 languages: 1. English, 2. French, 3. Punjabi, 4. Tagalog, 5. Simplified Chinese (for Mandarin) 6. Traditional Chinese (for Cantonese) and 7. Arabic)

2. Ask a Question

Ask a Question

Do you have questions about voter engagement and how your input will be used to plan the 2025 Edmonton Election? Ask the project team here!

You can:

  • Search and view FAQs for similar questions.
  • Ask a question directly to the project team.
  • Type your question into the box below and click "Submit".
  • The City of Edmonton strives to answer your questions within 3-5 days of receipt.
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