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To take part in political elections, you need to be registered on the electoral roll. Every French citizen who comes of age is automatically registered on the electoral roll, provided he or she has taken the citizen census by the time he or she turns 16. The mayor's office sends a letter to the new voter informing him or her that he or she has been registered, with no further action required. If, however, it has not been possible to register (late census, moving house after the census, etc.), you must initiate the request with the town hall.

Elections in Val d'Isère


On election day, voters MUST present a valid identity document.

  • national identity card
  • passport
  • local elected official's identity card with photograph, issued by the state representative
  • carte vitale with photograph
  • chamois-colored or tricolored veteran's card
  • civil or military disability card with photograph
  • civil servant's identity card with photograph
  • identity card or travel card with photograph, issued by military authorities
  • large family card with photograph issued by the SNCF
  • driver's license
  • hunting license with photograph, issued by the state representative
  • livret de circulation, issued by the prefect
  • receipt valid as proof of identity, issued in exchange for identity papers.


Electoral map: What's new?

New this year is a QR code on the 1st page. (identical for all cards and therefore for all voters. No personal data is collected).

This QR code links to a single site  allowing you to :

  • check your electoral situation ;
  • find your polling station ;
  • register online on electoral lists ;
  • apply for a proxy if you are absent on polling day, and check who you have given proxy to or who has given you proxy.


The electoral card includes your identity (surname, first name), your date of birth, your address, your national electoral number and the polling station to which you are assigned.

To facilitate the work of polling station staff on election day, please bring your voter's card and a form of identification.


Voting by proxy

Already know you won't be there on election day? Having trouble getting to the polling station? Think of the proxy and anticipate the steps. Since January 1, 2022, you can give a proxy to a voter who does not vote in your commune. However, he or she must go to your polling station to vote in your place.

  • You can complete the proxy application form online. Download form and print it out before handing it in to the authority mentioned, with proof of identity. Once dated, stamped and stamped, the form will be sent to the mayor by the authority.
  • You can also go to the nearest gendarmerie, national police station or Tribunal de Grande Instance, with proof of identity. If you live abroad, you must go to the consulate or embassy. You will then need to fill in a proxy voting form on site, giving the following information about the proxy: surname, first name, date of birth and address, as well as a sworn statement indicating the reason why you are unable to attend. A receipt will be issued. The authority that received your proxy will forward it to the town hall. The mandatary receives no paper.
  • On polling day, your proxy will vote on your behalf. If you are finally present on voting day and arrive at the polling station before your proxy, you will still be able to vote.

Please note! The same proxy can receive only one power of attorney in France, or two powers of attorney if one (or both) is based abroad.

Change of address

It's important to inform the Town Hall's General Administration department of any changes in marital status and/or address. To do so, simply hand in a document dated less than 3 months to the following address:

Val d'Isère Town Hall
BP 295
73155 Val d'Isère cedex


Service Manager

Lionel Renard

Contact Service

+33 4 79 06 01 60

- Winter timetable
Monday to Friday: 9am - 12pm and 2pm - 6pm

- Inter-season and summer schedules
Monday to Wednesday: 9am - 12pm and 2pm - 6pm
Thursday: 9am - 12pm and 2pm - 5pm
Friday: 9am - 12pm

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