Elections

The next Municipal Election will be held in 2018

Per the City of Woodland Park Charter Article II Section 2.1-3 Regular Municipal Elections for the City of Woodland Park are non-partisan and held on the first Tuesday following the first Monday in April of even numbered years to elect a Mayor and (3) three Councilpersons.

Special City elections may be called by resolution or ordinance of the Council not less than thirty (30) days in advance of such election, or when required by the City Charter or by State statute.

All Woodland Park Municipal Elections are conducted by Mail In Ballot and notices of such elections are published in the Pikes Peak Courier View and posted at City Hall and online at the City’s website.

For more information about the April 3, 2018 Municipal Election, please contact Suzanne Leclercq, City Clerk, at (719) 687-5295 or sleclercq@city-woodlandpark.org.

 

2018 Election

The City of Woodland Park will be holding its regular municipal election on Tuesday April 3, 2018. The City will conduct this election through a mail ballot election. City of Woodland Park registered voters will elect the following.

MAYOR:
One two-year term

COUNCIL MEMBERS:
One four-year term
One four-year term
One four-year term

City elections are non-partisan, meaning affiliation with a political party is not required or relevant.

Prospective Candidates

Qualifications

Must be a resident of the City and a registered elector who has resided within the City limits for a period of at least twelve (12) consecutive months immediately preceding the date of the election.

Candidate Information

Information and forms will go here.

Election Calendar
Election Day Hours

April 3, 2018 Election Day Hours 7AM – 7PM

March 31, 2018 Saturday prior to Election Day Hours 8AM – 1PM

Map of City Limits

Register to Vote

You will need a Colorado State driver’s license or an ID card issued by the Department of Revenue or other acceptable form of identification. Register to vote in person at the Teller County Elections Office, City of Woodland Park Election Office or head to www.govotecolorado.com.  You can verify your registration information, register online, or update your current registration with a new address on the state website.

Requirements to Vote

Information and forms will go here.

Campaign Finance

Information and forms will go here.

Political Campaign Signs

18.48.020(J)

Campaign Signs. Campaign signs shall be allowed in addition to any other signage allowed by this chapter. All campaign signs shall be removed within five days after the election for which the sign pertains. The responsibility of removing campaign signs is that of the property owner.

For a link to the City of Woodland Park’s Municipal Code 18.48.020(J) Click HERE

Sample Ballot
Ballot Drop-Off

City Clerk

Suzanne Leclercq, MMC
City Clerk

Chrissy Stapleford
Deputy Clerk


220 W South Ave
P.O. Box 9007
Woodland Park, CO 80866

Phone: 719.687.5295
Fax: 719.687.5232

Hours: 8-5 M-F

 

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