2019 council election
Fourteen seats will be up for election on Thursday 2 May - one in each of the borough’s wards except Foxborough.
Nominations to stand in the election will be accepted from when the ‘Notice of Election’ is published (26 March) up until 4pm on Wednesday 3 April.
A full list of candidates (statement of persons nominated) will be available from 4pm on 4 April.
Polling cards will be sent out in early April, although you do not need to bring this with you on polling day in order to vote.
Ensure that you are registered to vote. The last date for registration for the 2 May elections is Friday 12 April.
If you wish to apply for a postal vote, the last date to apply is Monday 15 April by 5pm. You are able to appoint a proxy. If you wish to do so the last date to apply is Wednesday 24 April by 5pm.
To find out more information about the election, including a full timetable, deadlines for nomination and the process to follow, visit the council's website, or see the timetable here.
Polling station changes
Polling stations will be open from 7am until 10pm on election day.
A few polling station locations have been changed for this year, so please ensure you check where you need to go.
- Chalvey (CHB) – Brook House, High Street, Slough, SL1 2TX. It was previously at Chalvey Community Centre.
- Elliman (ELA) - James Elliman School, Elliman Avenue, Slough, SL2 5BA. It was previously a portable office in Lismore Park.
- Langley St Marys (LMC) - Langley Leisure Centre, Parlaunt Road, Slough, SL3 8PD. It was previously a portable office in Tamar Way.
- Upton (UPA) - St Bernard’s Catholic Grammar School, 1 Langley Road, Slough, SL3 7AF. It was previously a portable office in Middlegreen Road.
You can find your nearest polling station on the council's website.