A MOBILE ballot station will be used in elections for community representatives who will have their say on a multi-million pound spending project.
A steering group is being formed to consider how £4.7m in Government regeneration funds is spent in Dalton, Rawthorpe and Moldgreen.
A bus is being used as the mobile ballot station and will visit the area on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Votes are also being cast by post and results will be announced on August 27.
Eight places on the steering committee are to be filled by residents.
Three places reserved for businesses on the steering group will be filled by Andrew Lockwood, of Lockwood Butchers in Dalton, Steve Ward, of Blackburn's Outdoor Equipment at Moldgreen, and Bob Thompson, of Syngenta in Huddersfield.
A spokeswoman for the Dalton, Rawthorpe and Moldgreen Regeneration Programme, known as Dram, said the election was being held to encourage local people and businesses to get involved in the area's development.
Places will also be taken up by local elected ward councillors and public agencies such as West Yorkshire Police and the health authority. These places will be filled without an election taking place.
Nominations for residents were invited last month.