Provo Voting Guide
Provo City will be contracting with Utah County to conduct a vote-by-mail election. All ballots will be mailed out 21 days before each election to active registered voters.
It is easy to vote – just fill out your ballot, sign the envelope, and drop your ballot in the mail. To be counted, ballots must be postmarked the day before the election. For those who wish to submit their ballot in person, voters can easily place their ballot in secure drop boxes located at the Provo City Center (Customer Service), the Provo City Library, and the Utah County Election Office.
If you don’t receive a ballot in the mail, or lose/misplace your ballot, you may vote in person on Election Day at the Voter Service Center at the Provo City Recreation Center (320 West 500 North) from 7 AM - 8 PM.
Make sure you’re registered!
Only registered voters will receive ballots in the mail. If you aren’t sure that your registration is current, you can easily check on vote.utah.gov. People who have moved should take steps to ensure their address is updated.
If you need, you can get a registration form from the Utah County Clerk’s office at 100 East Center St or register online at vote.utah.gov. For more information or for answers to specific questions, call the city recorder’s office at 801-852-6524.
Same day voter registration will be available. All voters must bring a current ID and proof of address. A drop box will also be available at the service center for those who want to return their signed and sealed ballot in person.
Get to Know the Candidates
I’m looking forward to a robust election season and hope we’ll all take the time to study the candidates and their messages and cast an informed vote. Please visit voteprovo.com for candidate information, council district maps, vote-by-mail details, and election announcements.