Elections administration involves everything from voter registration to administration of the election.
The City of Greeley typically coordinates elections with the Weld County Clerk and Recorder. This ensures the voter only has to vote one ballot, with County and City issues, if applicable. There is always the possibility of a City election that could be held separately. This could take place at the polls, or in the form of a mail ballot election where ballots would be mailed to all City of Greeley registered voters.
The Weld County Clerk and Recorder maintains voting records. If you have questions about your voting information, please call the Weld County Clerk and Recorder Election Division at 970-304-6525.
You may also check your information online via the Colorado Secretary of State's website.
How do I register to vote or change my voting address?
You can register to vote, check and/or change your voting address by:
The City of Greeley’s candidates and ballot question appear as part of the coordinated election ballot. The coordinated election is being conducted by the Weld County Election Office, and ballots were mailed to voters between October 15th – 18th. If you have not received your ballots, please call the election office at (970) 304-6525. The following is a list of Greeley’s portion of this ballot. For a sample of the entire coordinated election ballot, click here.
Ward I Sample Ballot
Ward II Sample Ballot
Ward III Sample Ballot
Ward IV Sample Ballot
You may view the City's election history. This file is in Adobe Acrobat PDF format and may be downloaded for your convenience. This files contains a summary and detail of the City's elections since 1975, but does not include information for any non-City elections.