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This year, you can vote by mail or in person. Either way, it’s important that you do.
The deadline to request a vote by mail kit has passed. You can still vote in person at the advance poll or on election day (see below).
You are now able to vote in our municipal election by mail! To request a vote by mail kit, please click the button below. The deadline to request a vote by mail kit is September 15, 2021.
Please note, once you request a vote by mail kit, you can only vote in this way. You cannot vote on election day or at the advance poll.
As always, you can vote in person on election day, or at the advance poll.
If you have moved to or within the city, turned 18 years of age, or changed your name, your name may not appear correctly on the voters list. To ensure the voting process is smooth, please ensure you are on the voters list by clicking the button below:
Think about some of the services your municipal government is responsible for providing.
Roads. Public transit. Local policing. Clean drinking water. Sewer treatment. Parks. Recreation. Fire protection. Snow clearing. Garbage disposal. Street lights. Animal control.
The act of voting is at the heart of democracy. It helps choose the leaders of the government who will deliver these services to you and who will decide the level of service you get. Voting connects citizens. By taking part in an election, you help our democracy work.