Springville Civic Center

110 South Main Street

Springville City, UT 84663

 

(801) 489-2700 Tel

(801) 491-7894 Fax

 

2021 Voter Information

Current Candidates

Candidates are listed in order according to the master ballot position list established by the Lt. Governor, Utah State Code 20A-6-305

Mayor

4 Year City Council Seat (two seats)

2 Year City Council Seat (one seat)

Public Notice

I, Kim Crane, City Recorder for the City of Springville, do hereby certify that the following individuals have met the qualifications to be candidates in the 2021 Springville City Municipal General Election to be held on Tuesday, November 02, 2021:

MAYOR (4-Year Term)

Matt Packard
Matthew Norman Bradley
Ryan Miller

COUNCILMEMBER (4-Year Term)

Dale Watson
Ximena M. Bishop
Michael Snelson
Craig Jensen
Craig Conover
Amanda Miller
Marcia Conover Harris

COUNCILMEMBER (2-Year Term)

Lyle Wert
Chris Sorensen
Kelly Jensen

/s/ Kim Crane, City Recorder

Dated this 18th day of August, 2021

Legal Notice Published in the Daily Herald on August 20 and August 27, 2021, and posted in the Springville City Civic Center, Springville City Library, the Utah Public Notice Website, and on the Springville City website.

Ranked Choice Voting

Ranked choice voting is a nonpartisan electoral reform that gives voters the freedom to rank candidates in order of choice. For more information go to RankTheVote.org

Rank candidates how you see fit

Instead of choosing ONE candidate, ranked choice voting allows voters to rank all candidates according to their preference (1st, 2nd, 3rd, etc.).

In each round of ranked choice voting, the candidate with the lowest number of votes is eliminated. When a voter’s number one choice is eliminated, their second choice is included in the count for the second round. This process continues until the final round.

Information Video

Voting Infographic

Need to Know:

  • Each registered voter will be mailed a ballot and instructions for returning the ballot the week of October 12, 2021, it’s anticipated ballots will be delivered in mailboxes as soon as Tuesday, October 13, 2021. If a voter does not receive a ballot by October 16, 2021, they should contact the Utah County Elections office at 801-851-8128.
  • Information relating to dropbox locations, ballot pick-up locations, early voting, who/what is on the ballot, etc. can all be found at UtahCounty.Vote
  • Voters are encouraged to return their voted ballot at any of the secured drop boxes located throughout the county.
    Find dropbox locations
  • The deadline to postmark your ballot is November 01, 2021, the day before Election Day. If a voter returns their ballot at a post office, they need to confirm that their ballot will be postmarked before Election Day.
  • Early Voting to be announced.
    Early voting information
  • Election Day is November 02, 2021.  In order for your vote to count you need to drop your ballot off at a ballot drop box on Election Day. Locations will be open from 7:00 AM to 8:00 PM, Springville’s ballot drop box is located on the south end of the city office’s parking lot next to the utility drop box. Do Not Mail Your Ballot.
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  • The Utah County Elections Office provides voters with disabilities accessible options to cast their ballot. A voter with a disability may contact their office at Elections@UtahCounty.Gov or call 801-851-8128 for more information.

Municipal General Election

Election Forms
Poll Workers
Election Maps
Voter Identification

Candidate Guide

A candidate’s guide will be provided upon filing, and there will be additional training scheduled after the filing period is over.

Filing Fees

$10

Springville City UOCAVA Notice

The Springville City UOCAVA Notice can be found HERE

How to help with the election

If you are interested in being a poll worker, you will need to contact Utah County Elections at (801) 851-8128.

Requirements to run for municipal office

Candidates must be:

  • 18 years old
  • A US citizen
  • A registered voter
  • A resident of Springville (or a recently annexed area) for 12 consecutive months prior to the election.

Any mentally incompetent person, or any person convicted of a felony, or any person convicted of treason or a crime against the elective franchise may not hold office in this state until the right to vote or hold elective office is restored as provided by statute.

A candidate’s guide will be provided upon filing, and there will be additional training scheduled after the filing period is over.

Curbside Ballot Drop Box Locations

Ballot Drop Box

Springville City Civic Center
110 South Main Street (southside of building by utility drop box)
Springville, Utah

Utah County voters may return their ballots to any Utah County drop box.

List of Locations

**Ballots will not be accepted after 8 p.m. on Election Day**