Currently there are 50 councillors in the Scarborough Borough Council, but after the May 2019 elections, there will be 46.
The Councillors represent the diverse and wide geographic spread of the residents of the borough.
The number of Wards are reducing from 25 to 20 in May 2019, and details of the old and new Wards can be found here:
- List of current (up to May 2019 wards) and new wards (May 2019 onwards).
- GBCE review of SBC Warding patterns implementing the change (including interactive maps).
View our election maps (incudes new wards)
A councillor? Who, me?
Full guidance can be on how to become a councillor can be obtained from the Electoral Commission website.
Visit the Be a Councillor website for further information.