General local elections in B.C. are held every four years on the third Saturday in October. The next general local elections will be held on October 15, 2022 where eligible voters will vote for one (1) Mayor and four (4) Councillors.

2022 General Local Elections information will be posted here. For the 2022 General Local Elections council adopted the attached report outlining the appointment of election officials.


  July 22, 2022   Candidate Nomination Packages Available  
  August 30, 2022 to September 9, 2022  Nomination Period
  October 5, 2022  Advance Voting Opportunity (Lumby Museum Meeting Room)
  October 15, 2022  General Voting Day (White Valley Community Centre)
  November 7, 2022  Inaugural Council Meeting

2022 Local Election Candidates


Please click HERE for information on Frequently Asked Questions.


  • For Key Dates click here.
  • What is the criteria to run for Local Government Office?  Please click Here for more information.
  • What are the regulations for posting election/political signage?  Please contact Elections BC and click Here for information.
  • Click here for what are the new rules for the 2022 Local Government Elections.
  • Thinking of running for local office? Please click Here for information.


Wednesday August 17, 2022 from 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. at the Dogwood Gymnasium, Vernon Recreation Centre 3310 37th Ave. Vernon, BC

This workshop will be open, FREE of charge, to anyone who is interested in being a candidate in the local government elections in: The District of Coldstream, The City of Vernon, The City of Enderby, The Village of Lumby and The Township of Spallumcheen.


Village of Lumby Bylaw No. 763, 2014

Elections BC

Local Elections Campaign Financing Act

Election Signage – Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure

Election Signage

To view the regulations pertaining to Political Signage within the Village of Lumby Zoning Bylaw click here.

The Ministry of Transportation has issued the following statement:

With local government elections approaching, candidates across the province are erecting signs on public property, including highway corridors.

For safety reason, it is important that candidates follow guidelines for posting election signs on highways rights-of-way. These guidelines are outlined on the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure website.

To help inform candidates, it would help if municipalities could share the link to the guidelines on your websites.

Online Services, Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure

Local Government Act


General Local Elections 101

Voter’s Guide

Thinking About Running for Local Office?

Running for local office

What Every Candidate Needs to Know


Chief Election Officer

Tom Kadla


NOMINATION PACKAGES are available at the Village of Lumby Municipal Office or by contacting the Chief Elections Officer.


Local elections legislation