Local Government Elections
Local Government elections are held every four years. The last election took place in November 2014.
Local Government elections provide an opportunity to elect representatives who aspire, through the decisions they will be empowered to make on behalf of the community, to contribute to effective local government.
Results - 2014 Election
Mayor - Kris Hanna
Woodlands Ward - Nick Kerry, Tim Pfeiffer
Mullawirra - Jason Veliskou, Jerome Appleby
Warracowie - Bruce Hull, Nathan Prior
Warriparinga - Raelene Telfer, Luke Hutchinson
Coastal - Ian Crossland, Tim Gard
Southern Hills - Janet Byram, Nick Westwood
- Find out more about our current Elected Members.
There was a total of seven elections held within the City of Marion in the 2014 elections; one for the Mayor and one for each of the six wards.
Following the Representation Review completed in 2013, new ward boundaries were applicable from the conclusion of the 2014 election.
Maps of the new ward boundaries are found below:
View the Ward Boundaries 2014(115 kb) to see the boundaries of the wards that now make up the City of Marion after the 2014 council elections.
If you are considering nominating to be on council, the following links provide a range of useful information and resources from the 2014 election. Please note these materials will be updated before the next council election.
- So You Want To Be On Council 2014 Booklet(2436 kb)
- Local Government Association website
- Electoral Commission of South Australia website
- Caretaker Policy(125 kb)
- Candidate Briefing Session - ECSA Presentation
- Scrutineers Appointment Form 2014 Local Government Elections(27 kb)
Council Voters Roll Application Forms
- Form 1 - For natural persons: resident, sole owner or sole occupier (non-residential tennant)(106 kb)
- Form 2 - For body corporate: sole owner or sole occupier (tenant)(88 kb)
- Form 3 - For group owners or group occupiers (tenants)(108 kb)