Information for election candidates

Learn about running for election as mayor or councillor at an information session to be held in Cleveland.

Venue: Redlands Performing Arts Centre (RPAC)

Date: 4 November 2015

Time: commencing at 6:30 pm

The event is being held by the Department of Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning.

It is one of many information sessions being held across Queensland in preparation for the Local Government Election on 19 March 2016.

The intending candidates program gives prospective candidates an insight into the roles and responsibilities of councillors and offers them the opportunity to make informed decisions on whether to nominate for election.

More information is available on the Government’s webpage for Local Government Elections.


To register please email or phone 07 3452 6762.

Further information

Further information for candidates is available in an article published by Redlands2030:

Positions vacant – Mayor and 10 councillors

You can keep up to date with news about the Redland City Council election at this Facebook event:

Election for Mayor and 10 councillors

Councillors division boundaries

Redland City Council has 10 councillors. The Electoral Commission of Queensland has published a Final Determination Report which sets out the boundaries for the 10 councillor divisions.

Candidates will be running for these Redland City Council divisions

The boundaries for councillor divisions as published by Electoral Commission of Queensland in its Final Determination Report

Date: November 4, 2015
Time: 06:30 p.m.
Event: Information session for mayor or councillor candidates
Topic: So you want to be a councillor
Sponsor: Department of Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning
07 3452 6762
Venue: Redland Performing Arts Centre
Location: 2 -16 Middle Street
Cleveland , Queensland​ 4163
Public: Public

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2 thoughts on “Information session for mayor or councillor candidates

  1. I’m impressed , this is the first time i have heard of such an event . Good on RCC . More of the same in 2016 .

    • Jim, the event is put on by the State Government’s Department of Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning