Local Government Election

Saturday, October 15, 2022 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. 

Declaration of Official Election Results

Read the Declaration of Official Election Results [PDF - 135 KB] for the City of Victoria. 

The term of office is four years, which commenced on Thursday, November 3, 2022 at 10 a.m. when the new Council was inaugurated. Read the Inaugural Council Meeting Agenda and watch the archived webcast

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Victoria Votes 2022: What You Needed to Know

On Saturday, October 15, 2022, voters in the City of Victoria voted to elect for a four-year term:

*Victoria City Council was seeking the electors’ opinion as to which three successful Councillor candidates should be appointed by Victoria City Council to serve a four-year term on the Capital Regional District (CRD) Board. Voters may vote for up to three Councillor Candidates from the 18 who chose to run for the CRD Board.

Where to Vote

Eligible voters in Victoria could vote at ANY one of the following locations on General Voting Day, Saturday, October 15, 2022 from  8 a.m. – 8 p.m.: 

  • Central Baptist Church - 833 Pandora Avenue
  • Central Middle School - 1280 Fort Street **
  • Cook Street Village Activity Centre - 380 Cook Street
  • George Jay Elementary School - 1118 Princess Avenue
  • Glenlyon Norfolk School - 781 Richmond Avenue
  • James Bay Community School -140 Oswego Street
  • James Bay New Horizons Centre -234 Menzies Street
  • Margaret Jenkins Elementary School - 1824 Fairfield Road
  • Oaklands Elementary School - 2827 Belmont Avenue
  • Quadra Elementary School - 3031 Quadra Street
  • Sir James Douglas Elementary School - 401 Moss Street
  • SJ Burnside Education Centre - 498 Cecelia Road
  • Victoria West Elementary School - 750 Front Street

 ** An accessible voting machine was available at the Central Middle School voting place. For a map of each voting place, click here and go to "Voting Places".  

Free Transit

BC Transit provided free rides in Victoria on General Voting Day (Saturday, October 15) to make it easier to vote. View the list of Victoria voting places and transit routes [PDF - 79 KB].

Special Election Edition - Connect Newsletter 

You could find out what you needed to know about the City of Victoria's local government election in this special election edition of the Connect newsletter. It included a map of the 13 voting places on General Voting Day. The newsletter was mailed to Victoria residents in September. 

Translated Materials

The Connect newsletter was translated into these languages: 

There were many ways to vote.

Candidate Profile Guide 

To assist voters in finding information about candidates and to make informed choices in Victoria’s 2022 Local Government Election, the City provided an online Candidate Profile Guide [PDF - 6 MB]. Here is the accessible version [DOCX - 63 KB]

All candidates were given the opportunity to submit a brief candidate profile (up to 150 words) and photo to let voters know about themselves and their platforms. 

(NOTE: The profile statements submitted and any materials referenced, such as candidates’ social media and websites, have not been reviewed or edited by the City of Victoria.

The views and opinions expressed in the profile statement and reference materials for each candidate are those of the candidate and do not reflect the views or opinions of, nor are they endorsed by, the City of Victoria.)

Victoria Votes App

The free Victoria Votes app put all the important election information in the palm of your hand. The app included candidate profiles and photos, information on advance voting opportunities, General Voting Day locations, the ability to check to see if you’re on the Voters List, how to register to vote at a voting place and the ID to bring with you. 

You would also get automatic reminders for General Voting Day.

The Victoria Votes app was available for download at the App Store and Google Play.

Request a Mail Ballot

Anyone eligible to vote could request a mail ballot by filling out an online request form. You could also request a mail ballot by calling 250.361.0571. 

After Thursday, October 6, you could drop off your mail ballot to: 

  • the drop box located outside the Pandora Avenue entrance of Victoria City Hall 
  • any of the 13 voting places on General Voting Day 

The City of Victoria must have received your mail ballot by 8 p.m. on Saturday, October 15 in order to be counted. 


More Information

Email elections@victoria.ca