City, Town and Community Council elections
City, Town and Community Councils manage the upkeep of some local parks, benches and street lighting, and they organise the cutting of grass and verges in the local community boundaries.
There are 37 city, town and community councils in Denbighshire, made up of 377 elected councillors. City, town and community council elections are held every 5 years, on the same day as county council elections.
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The last city, town and community council elections took place on Thursday 4th of May 2017.
View the city, town and community councillor election results
To vote in a City, Town and Community Council election you must be registered to vote, 18 years or over on polling day and also be one of the following:
- a British citizen, a qualifying Commonwealth citizen, or a citizen of the European Union
- resident in the UK
- not be subject to any legal incapacity to vote
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The following cannot vote in a City, Town and Community Council election:
- anyone other than British, qualifying Commonwealth or European Union citizens
- convicted persons detained in pursuance of their sentences, excluding contempt of court (though remand prisoners, unconvicted prisoners and civil prisoners can vote if they are on the electoral register)
- anyone found guilty within the previous five years of corrupt or illegal practices in connection with an election
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