Electoral registers

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Due to the latest government guidance on Coronavirus (COVID-19) our public buildings are closed at this time. If you have queries about the electoral register, or want to check if you are listed, please contact your local Elections Office.

Electoral register

The electoral register lists the name and address of everyone who has registered to vote. It is put together by the Elections Office.

This page is about viewing previous and current electoral registers. If are looking for information about registering to vote, please visit our register to vote page.

You can view Scunthorpe Borough registers from 1961 until 1997, and North Lincolnshire registers from 1997 to 2009, at the Central Library. If you wish to view the registers from 2010 onwards, please contact us in advance to ensure availability.

Registers that are under ten years old can only be consulted under supervision, and copied by handwritten notes. You can also see copies of the current register at Barton Library, Brigg Library, and Scunthorpe Central.

The electoral registers are arranged by street name within each town or village. This means that you cannot search the register by surname. Please note that you cannot photocopy the register.

If you have queries about the register, or want to check if you are listed, please contact your local Elections Office.


01724 860161

Scunthorpe Central
Carlton Street
North Lincolnshire
DN15 6TX

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