The first blue forms were sent out in June followed by a red reminder notice a month later.
Residents who have not yet responded will receive another reminder asking them to update the details for all members of their household to ensure that everyone who is eligible to vote is included on the electoral register.
If residents have not registered their details by September 7, canvassers will be visiting all non-responded households to gather the information.
Anyone who does not appear on the electoral register will not be able to vote at Parliamentary, European Parliamentary, Local Government Elections or the Police & Crime Commissioner Elections taking place on November 15.
Residents are required by law to complete and return the form for all eligible persons living at the property on 15 October 2012. Failure to do so could result in a £1,000 fine and may affect a person’s ability to access credit facilities.
The form shows the names of people who already appear on the electoral register at that address. If no changes are needed residents can confirm the details by freephone, text or internet using the security code provided.
People confirming their details by freephone and internet will be given the option to be included or excluded in the edited register.
If there are new names to be added or other alterations to make then the form must be completed, signed and returned to the council offices in the envelope provided.
People using any of the automated systems do not need to post the form back to the Council.
For more information contact Electoral Services on 0116 272 7560.