You can register to vote online or by post.
If you have already registered, there is no need to register every year to ensure that your name is on the register.
Every year we write out to every property asking you to confirm whether the details that we hold for your property on the electoral register are correct.
If you wish to register to vote online please visit www.gov.uk/register-to-vote.
You will need your National Insurance number and date of birth in order to register.
If you cannot find your national insurance number you can use the HMRC enquiry service at www.gov.uk/lost-national-insurance-number, or ring 0300 200 3502.
If you apply online, your application will be sent to the Elections Office. They will send you an acknowledgement letter when they’ve received it.
If you wish to apply by post, please contact the Elections Office on 01248 752548 and they will send you an Individual Registration Form.
When you’ve completed and signed the application form, send it to us at:
Electoral Services Office
Isle of Anglesey County Council
Who can register to vote?
You can register to vote if you are:
- resident (usually live) in Wales and aged 14 or over (but you will not be able to vote in local council elections before May 2022) or Senedd elections until you are 16. You will not be able to vote in UK Parliamentary or Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) elections until you are 18) - find out more
- a UK, Republic of Ireland or Commonwealth citizen
- a citizen of an European Union country living in the UK
- a citizen of the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man or a British Overseas Territory living in the UK