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Last time to vote!

Your last chance to submit your mail-in ballot is today! We’ve heard from the Utah County that approximately only 12% of the eligible ballots in Provo have been turned in. Make sure you get yours postmarked by Monday, Aug 14 before 6:00 pm. If you don’t get it mailed in, the Provo Recreation Center is the only voting location open …  Read More

Ballots will be mailed out today!

Today’s the day! All registered voters will have their ballots mailed out today, July 25th. In the next few days you should see your ballots in the mail – so keep your eyes out for a blue envelope. You should also get a Voter Information Packet in the mail. It’s got everything you need to …  Read More

Meet the Candidates Live Broadcast

If you weren’t able to attend the Meet the Candidates Night you can still watch the live video Channel 17 broadcasted on YouTube. Thank you Utah Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Provo Recreation Center for hosting the event. It was a great opportunity for Provo residents to meet the candidates running for Provo Mayor and City …  Read More

Trash pick-up one day late

Just a reminder! If your trash pick up schedule is Tuesday – Thursday, be sure to take your garbage can to the curb one day late this week. Provo’s Sanitation Department will be closed on Independence Day so your service will be delayed one day. For more information, you can view the 2017 Holiday Sanitation Schedule here. …  Read More

Get Ready to Vote by Mail!

In the all Vote-by-Mail election this year, registered voters will be able to mark their ballots on the day they want, from the convenience of their homes, and with enough time to think through their decisions. This is an exciting change, something several cities in Utah are trying out by contracting with Utah County. If …  Read More

Meet the Candidates

The filing period is now closed and the election season is upon us! Listed below are the candidates for the 2017 municipal elections. There will not be a primary election for District 5. District 2, City-wide I and Mayor will have a primary election on Tuesday, August 15. Provo Mayor Mayoral candidates include: Michelle Kaufusi, …  Read More

Let’s Keep our Parks Beautiful

Park pavilions are used heavily each day during the summer months. We want to keep our parks maintained and in the best possible condition, especially during this time of year. So it’s important for patrons to follow the pavilion rules and make sure that anything they pack in is packed out. We’ve noticed pavilions are in disarray after …  Read More

Trash pick-up one day late all week

Just a reminder! Be sure to take your garbage can to the curb one day late this week. Provo’s Sanitation Department will be closed on Memorial Day so your service will be delayed one day. For more information, you can view the 2017 Holiday Sanitation Schedule here. Garbage Pickup Information The best way to ensure your garbage …  Read More

Thinking of filing for office?

Thinking of filing for office? We have four municipal seats open for the November 7 election, which include: Mayor – 4 year term City Council District 2 – 4 year term City Council District 5 – 4 year term City Council City Wide I – 4 year term View a map of the City Council Municipal Districts with precinct …  Read More

What’s in our 2017 Budget?

The city budget is one of the most important policy documents that the Mayor and Municipal Council considers every year. Putting together the recommended budget is a critical responsibility of the Mayor, and the Administrative staff takes this duty very seriously. State law requires that the Mayor deliver the recommended budgets to the Council at …  Read More

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