Welcome to the city of Uppsala
The city of Uppsala is Sweden's fourth largest municipality. Perhaps best known for its 15th century university, the city also offers visitors beautiful surroundings, a lively cultural scene and a rapidly expanding business sector. Companies in Uppsala are world leading in areas such as ICT and life science.
The city is located 70 kilometers north of Stockholm in the province of Uppland. The resident population is just over 200.000.
All alliance of Moderaterna, Folkpartiet (the Liberal Party), Centerpartiet (The Centre Party) and Kristdemokraterna (Christian Democrats) has political majority for the forthcoming term in office of 2010-2014.
Elections 25 May and 14 September 2014
In the Swedish constitutional legislation, it states that the official authority and power rest with the people and that they are to choose representatives who make the important decisions for the society. Therefore, it is important that those who are entitled to vote do so and make their voice heard!
In 2014 there are two elections in Sweden. The elections to the EU Parliament on 25 May, and the elections for the Swedish Riksdag, county councils and municipal councils on 14 September. More information about anything related to the elections is available on www.val.se. Or phone 08-635 69 00 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org in order to get answers to your questions about the elections.
To vote, go to the specially designated location on election day. It is also possible to take advantage of the possibility of early voting.
Learn more about the elections 2014 (in Swedish)
To vote in Uppsala (pdf, 153 kB,Listen)
Information services office
Open Monday-Friday at 9 am-5 pm, closed in July.
Address: City Hall (Stadshuset), Vaksalagatan 15
Phone:+46 (0) 18-727 18 10
Open: Monday-Friday at 10 am-6 pm, Saturday at 10 am-3 pm
Address: Kungsgatan 59
Phone: +46 (0) 18-727 48 00
Website: Tourist information