Voter Information

To be eligible to vote in Kingston’s upcoming municipal election, you must be

  • a resident, owner or tenant of a property in Kingston, Ontario
  • a Canadian citizen
  • 18 years of age on or before October 22, 2018

If you’re not sure if you’re registered to vote at your current address, visit voterlookup.ca to check.

If you are not registered to vote for the upcoming election or are unclear on whether or not you are eligible to vote in the municipal election, visit www.cityofkingston.ca/city-hall/elections/voters for detailed information on registering to vote.

Post-secondary students may be eligible to vote in both the municipality in which they attend school and the municipality where they are a permanent resident. For more information, consult the 2018 Voters’ guide for Ontario municipal council and school board elections or the City of Kingston website.

Key Dates in the 2018 Municipal Election

July 27
Nominations

The last for nominations to be filed or withdrawn (the deadline is 2 p.m.).

September 23 (9 am – 1 pm)

All Williamsville Candidates Meet & Greet
Memorial Centre Farmers Market

October 3 (7 pm – 9 pm)

All Williamsville Candidates Meeting
Queen’s AMS
Wallace Hall

October 7 (9am – 1 pm)

Meet & Greet with Jim Neill
Memorial Centre Farmers Market

October 10 (6:30 pm – 8:30 pm)

All Williamsville Candidates Meeting
Williamsville Community Association
Princess St United Church

October 13
Advance Voting Day (10 am – 8 pm)

One voting place will be available in each district for advance voting on October 13, 2018. The location for advanced voting is the Memorial Centre.

October 13-October 22
Online Voting

Online voting will be available for electors who register before 7 pm on October 22, 2018. For details on how to register for online voting, visit www.cityofkingston.ca/city-hall/elections/voters/internet.

October 22
Election Day

Electors will be able to cast their ballots in person at a minimum of two locations in each electoral district. There will also be a number of additional voting locations with shorter hours on election day. For the first time this election, electors may vote at any location within their district. In Williamsville, you can vote in one of two locations: the Memorial Centre or the Calvin Park Library branch.