Learn about upcoming elections, polling locations, absentee ballots and more by selecting a topic below.
Are you interesting in serving on the Charter Commission?
You still have an opportunity to become a member of the Charter Commission. There is still time to file as a write-in candidate for the November 7, 2017 election. Complete this form and submit to the City Clerk's office before 4:00 p.m., October 27, 2017.
Would you like to help with elections?
Click here for the application to become an election inspector. You must be registered to vote in Michigan. Training will be provided and inspectors are compensated for their time.
Please note that election mail will not be forwarded. If you will be away from your Michigan address and wish to have an application for absentee ballot mailed to you, please contact the Clerk's office. Absent voter applications are mailed approximately 45 days prior to every election. An application must be received before a ballot can be issued.
New Election Equipment
Still have questions regarding elections? Feel free to contact the Clerk's Office.
A registered voter is eligible to obtain an absentee voter ballot for an upcoming election if he or she meets certain requirements.
As you may know, the Michigan Voter Information Center (MVIC) is now mobile.
Review ward/precinct locations and addresses.
See the election dates
View a ward map indicating where precinct polling locations are located.