Elections


ELECTIONS AND VOTER REGISTRATION
Vote

 

2018 General Election

Don't forget to vote on Nov. 6. Ballots will be mailed in the last week of October, but there will be a polling place at City Hall on Election Day open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Voters who do not return their self-stamped ballot may also drop off their mailed ballots in a secure box in the City Hall parking lot anytime after Oct. 24 and through Election Day before 8 p.m.

There will be early voting available at City Hall between Oct. 24 and Nov. 5. from noon to 7 p.m. (On Monday, Nov. 5 early voting hours will be noon to 5 p.m.)

 


Municipal Election Information

General Municipal Elections for City Council are held on the first Tuesday in November of each odd-numbered year with two council seats up at each election.  Council Members are elected for four-year terms and the Mayor is elected at large for a four-year term.

 

To find where your council district is, check maps below:

District Map (entire city)
map

District 1 Map
District 2 Map
District 3 Map
District 4 Map (north)
District 4 Map (south)

COTTONWOOD HEIGHTS GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS AND TERMS

Mayor Michael J. Peterson 2018 to 2022

District 1 Council Member Michael Shelton 2016 to 2019

District 2 Council Member Scott Bracken 2016 to 2019

District 3 Council Member Tali Bruce 2018 to 2022

District 4 Council Member Christine Mikell 2018 to 2022

FINAL 2017 ELECTION RESULTS

2015 GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS
2015
2013 ELECTION RESULTS

2013 Official General Election Results

2013 City Election Canvass Statistics

2013 Official Primary Election Results



Cottonwood Heights contracts with Salt Lake County for all election services.

  • Review the Salt Lake County Clerk's website.


For information contact the Salt Lake County Clerk’s Office.

Salt Lake County Clerk’s Office
Elections Division
2001 South State Street, S1-200
Salt Lake City, Utah  84114
(385)468-7400