Borough Council election results
Local elections are held every four years to elect borough councillors to represent the 13 wards in Epsom & Ewell. The next elections will be held in May 2019. More information about the role of councillors is available on our being a councillor page.
Results of previous borough council elections
- Borough council election results - May 2015
- Borough council election results - May 2011
- Borough council election results - May 2007
- Borough council election results - May 2003
- Borough council election results - May 1999
- Ruxley ward by-election - 26 February 2009
- Court ward by-election - 26 February 2009
- Ruxley ward by-election - 29 June 2006
- Stoneleigh ward by-election - 11 May 2006
- Town ward by-election - 30 March 2006
- Nonsuch ward by-election - 6 October 2005
- Woodcote ward by-election - 17 March 2005
County Council election results
County Council elections are held every four years to elect councillors to represent Epsom & Ewell within Surrey County Council. The next election is due to be held on 4 May 2017. Full information about that election is available on our County Council Elections 4 May 2017 page.
There are five county electoral divisions in Epsom and Ewell. Each division is represented by one county councillor.
- Information about the county division review
- Map of Epsom and Ewell electoral divisions - February 2013
- Current county councillors
Results of previous county council elections
- Epsom West division by-election - 19 November 2015
- County council elections - 2 May 2013
- County council elections - 4 June 2009
- County council elections - 1965 to 2005
Police and Crime Commisoner (PCC) elections
In 2012 the Home Office announced that the first PCC elections were to take place in England and Wales on 15 November 2012.
Epsom and Ewell comes under the Surrey Police Area and Surrey Police provided the following information about the role of the Police & Crime Commissioner.
Police and Crime Commissioner
The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) for Surrey is responsible for overseeing policing and community safety in Surrey on behalf of local residents.
The Police and Crime Commissioner will:
- Hold the chief constable to account for the performance of the police
- Set the police budget, the police share of Council Tax and the overall strategy for policing and crime reduction in the area
- Be elected by the public for four-year terms of office
- Be scrutinised by a ‘Police and Crime Panel’ involving local councillors and members of the public
- Work with other agencies and the wider criminal justice system to help cut crime.
The Police and Crime Commissioner is there to make sure that the police are doing a good job and tackling the issues that matter to you. For more information about the last election please visit http://www.surrey-pcc.gov.uk/.
Results for Police and Crime Commissioner elections
- Declaration of results - 1st count (Epsom and Ewell) 15 November 2012
- Declaration of results - 2nd count (Epsom and Ewell) 15 November 2012
- Final results (Surrey) - 15 November 2012
- Declaration of results - 1st count (Epsom and Ewell) 5 May 2016
- Declaration of results - 2nd count (Epsom and Ewell) 5 May 2016
- Final results (Surrey) - 5 May 2016
Need more help?
If you need more advice, please contact electoral services at the Town Hall, The Parade, Epsom Surrey, KT18 5BY Tel: 01372 732120 or 732152 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org