2021 Municipal filing dates are from June 1, 2021 to June 7, 2021. To file for office – contact your Municipal Office.
|Municipality/Notice of Election:||Offices up for Election:||Term:|
|Delta||Mayor||2 Council Members||4 Year|
|Fillmore||Mayor||2 Council Members||4 Year|
|Hinckley||Mayor||2 Council Members||4 Year|
|2 Council Members||2 years|
|Holden||Mayor||2 Council Members||4 Year|
|Kanosh||Mayor||2 Council Members||4 Years|
|Leamington||Mayor||2 Council Members||4 Year|
|Lynndyl||Mayor||2 Council Members
1 Council Member
|Meadow||Mayor||2 Council Members||4 years|
|Oak City||Mayor||2 Council Members||4 Year|
|Scipio||Mayor||2 Council Members||4 Year|
Please note that all elections, including Municipal Elections will be conducted by mail from the year 2021 forward. The County has agreed to run the elections for each Municipality for the year 2021. This means if you reside within a municipality that has an election, your ballot will come from the County and will be required to be returned to the County. There will be no polling locations offered in any city/town, with the exception of the two vote centers offered by the County.
Polling Locations (Vote Centers) – Election Day – Two vote centers will be available on Election Day and during Early Voting, for those who may require assistance, or may have issues with their ballot, i.e.: spoiled, torn or damaged, or did not receive a ballot, need to make name and/or address changes, missed the deadline to register to vote, etc., or simply wish to hand deliver their voted ballot.
- Millard County Clerk’s Office; 765 S Hwy 99, Ste. 6, Fillmore, Utah, open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.
- Millard County Satellite Offices; 71 S 200 W, Delta, Utah, open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.
All voters registered in Millard County may drop off their voted ballot, in the sealed envelope, at any of the two vote centers (listed above) during County, State or Federal elections and the 2021 Municipal Election, or at one of the outside drop box locations: in Delta; 71 S 200 W or in Fillmore; 50 South Main Street, or 765 S Hwy 99, (24 hours a day, up to 8:00 p.m. on Election Day).
***The County will be contracting with the municipalities who have an Election in 2021; therefore, for this election, voters may use the drop boxes to deposit their ballots and the vote centers to remedy any ballot issues.
All ballots will be paper ballots, with the exception of those who may require assistance via an electronic vote machine. All ballots will be mailed to the mailing address we have on file for each active registered voter, so be sure to update your mailing address with our office. Also, remember to sign the return envelope, where indicated, and include a telephone number and/or email address to help us contact you if there is an issue with your signature. Ballots of those whose signature is challenged cannot be counted until the signature is remedied.
Election staff will be present on Election Day and during Early Voting to assist those voters who require special amenities, did not receive a ballot for whatever reason, missed the deadline to register to vote and/or have issues with their ballot, etc..
Return your ballot:
Drop Box – Secure Ballot Drop Boxes will be available at the following locations:
- Millard County Clerk’s Office; 765 S Hwy 99, Ste. 6, Fillmore, Utah (inside box) during business hours, through the Monday before each election and from 7:00 a.m. through 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.
- Public Safety Building; 765 S Hwy 99, Fillmore, Utah (outside box, located under the flagpole) 24 hours up to 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.
- Millard County Satellite Offices; 71 S 200 W, Delta, Utah (outside box) 24 hours up to 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.
- Millard County Offices; 50 South Main Street, Fillmore, Utah (outside box) 24 hours up to 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.
Drop Boxes allow voters to drop their voted ballot, sealed in the signed envelope, at any one of the locations without having to put a stamp on the envelope. Ballots dropped at drop boxes are regularly retrieved by election staff and delivered to the Clerk’s Office for counting on Election Day.
By Mail – Your ballot MUST be postmarked no later than the Monday before the election, in order for it to be counted. (It is always good practice, as it gets closer to Election Day, to request a postmark on your ballot, when dropping it off at the post office. This will eliminate the chance of your ballot not being counted due to it not being postmarked in time.)