Mayoral Extraordinary Election Information 2022
The City is holding an election by postal vote on Friday, 2 September 2022 to fill the vacancy of City of Wanneroo Mayor (term to expire: 21 October 2023). View further election information and candidate profiles.
Councillor Jordan Wright
Telephone: 0491 043 939
Cr Jordan Wright was first elected to the City of Wanneroo in October 2021 and is the youngest sitting councillor.
Jordan was born and grew up in the Northern Suburbs of Perth, attending East Wanneroo Primary School, Hocking Primary School and Wanneroo Secondary College.
As a lifelong resident of Hocking, Jordan lives and breathes the Wanneroo lifestyle.
Jordan holds experience in the retail, hospitality, public service and higher education sectors and is due to complete his Bachelor of Commerce, Tourism and Hospitality Management in early 2022 at ECU.
Cr Wright is an advocate and voice for young people and is passionate about growing local tourism opportunities and exploring and implementing environmental sustainability initiatives across the City.
He looks forward to creating and working with others to deliver excellent community projects across the Central Ward.
Jordan is committed to accurately representing his local community at a Council level and to keep his local community informed about Council decisions. He is eager to continue working with Central Ward residents to deliver local outcomes important to those living in the area.
In his spare time Jordan enjoys photography, traveling and visiting local cafes catching up with the community, friends and family.
Jordan is a proud member of Skal International Perth, Youth Affairs Council of WA and the Wanneroo Business Association.
This information has been written by the Council Member.
Term expires: October 2025
Ward: Central Ward
Other Council Members for Central Ward
Frank Cvitan JP
Ward: Central Ward