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Representation Review

We are undertaking a review of how Tauranga City Council represents you, as individuals and communities. 

Our current representation arrangements have been in place since 2010, and it’s time to review them. We need to ensure all our residents are fairly and effectively represented, in preparation for the next local body election. 

We’re interested in your views on:

  • the total number of councillors to be elected 
  • whether they're elected from wards or a mix of both wards and at large (city-wide)
  • the boundaries of these wards
  • if community boards should be established.

Find out more information on the representation review

The next local body elections are scheduled for October 2022

On 9 February 2021, four commissioners replaced our mayor and councillors.

Local Government Minister Nanaia Mahuta says the commissioners will undertake Tauranga City Council’s governance responsibilities until the next local government elections in October 2022.

Find out more about our commissioners


Last Reviewed: 21/07/2021
Enrol to vote

Enrol to vote

You need to be enrolled to vote in the 2021 by-election.

2019 Candidates

Candidates

Find out who’s standing for Council in the by-election.

Voting

Voting

We will use the STV voting system for the by-election.

Ward boundaries

Ward boundaries

Tauranga City is divided into three wards. Find the Otumoetai-Pyes Pa boundary.

Stand for council

Stand for Council

Information for candidates.
 

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