Putting yourself forward as a candidate for local government is a big decision. If you're successful, you'll have the opportunity to make a real difference in your community. If you miss out this time, then you've brought your ideas into the conversation and also made an important contribution.
If you are:
In Napier City, you can stand for the role of either mayor or councillor. There is no special qualification that you need to be a member of our Council. You might run a business, care for your family, study, volunteer or be active in faith or community groups.
The skills we are looking for are:
Candidate nominations are open from 15 July 2022 until 12 August 2022 at 12 noon.
To stand for Council you will need to:
What we aim for: Local-Governance-Statement-2019-2022.pdf (napier.govt.nz)
How we achieve it: Long Term Plan 2021-31 | Napier City Council
When we meet: Meetings | Napier City Council
In addition to the public meetings, as a councillor you will attend weekly workshops with staff and may also attend meetings for joint committees, working groups, regional or national local government organisations.
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