The Greenlandic local elections of 2017 were held on 4 April 2017 for Greenland's 3 regional municipality councils, 2 transition committees, several settlement councils and parochial church councils. All seats will be contested for the 2018–21 term of office. In the previous election there were 70 seats.
Results of municipal elections
Number of councillors and political parties in the regional Municipal Councils
|Sum of local elections|
|Party||Share of vote||Seats|
|Community of the People||32.4 %||3.0%||26||6|
|Point of Orientation Party||4.6 %||New||3||New|
Mayors in the regional municipalities
The mayors (Greenlandic: Kommuneqarfiup Siulersortaa; plural: Kommuneqarfiup Siulersortai, Danish: Borgmester; plural: Borgmestre) of the 5 municipalities heads the council meetings and is the chairman of the finance committee in each of their respective municipalities.
|Mayors after the election|
|Community of the People||2||1|
|Point of Orientation Party||0||New|
Old and new mayors in the regional municipalities
The term of office for the mayors elected by the majority of councillors among its members in each municipal council is the same as for the councils elected, namely 2 April 2013 until 31 April 2017.
|Mayors outgoing and incoming|
|Municipality||Incumbent mayor||Elected mayor||Municipality|
|Kujalleq Municipality||Jørgen Wæver Johansen||Kirsten P. Isaksen||Kujalleq Municipality|
|Qaasuitsup Municipality||Ole Dorph||Palle Jeremiassen||Avannaata Municipality|
|Ane Hansen||Qeqertalik Municipality|
|Qeqqata Municipality||Hermann Berthelsen||Malik Berthelsen||Qeqqata Municipality|
|Sermersooq Municipality||Asii Chemnitz Narup||Asii Chemnitz Narup||Sermersooq Municipality|
- Local Elections, Sermersooq Municipality, accessed 2017-03-05