PARK CITY, Utah — With Labor Day weekend fast approaching, don’t get caught up in the festivities and forget to cast your ballot in Park City’s primary election on or before September 5.
This year, ballots will reflect who voters believe should fill the three Park City Council seats vacated by Ryan Dickey, Becca Gerber and Max Doilney, whose four-year terms are set to expire in January, 2024. Dickey is the only incumbent in this race.
Other candidates include Ed Parigian, Matthew Nagie, David “Pickleball Traffic” Dobkin, Jody Whitesides, John Greenfield, Bill Ciraco and Bob Sertner. Betsy Wallace withdrew her candidacy on August 2.
The six candidates with the most votes during the primary election will move on to the general election on November 21, where voters will select the final three new Council members.
Park City residents can drop off ballots at any location before election day, however, they must be postmarked on or before September 5 to be counted.
Summit County ballot drop boxes:
- Park City Municipal Marsac Building – 445 Marsac Avenue, Park City
- The Market in Snow Creek Plaza -1500 Snow Creek Drive, Park City
- Quinn’s Junction Health Department – 650 Round Valley Drive, Park City
- Summit County Library (Kimball Junction) – 1885 West Ute Boulevard, Park City
- Fresh Market (Jeremy Ranch) – 3151 West Kilby Road, Park City
- Summit County Library – 110 North Main, Kamas
- Summit County Library – 82 North 50 East, Coalville
- Francis City Hall -2317 Spring Hollow Road, Francis
- Oakley City Hall – 960 West Center Street, Oakley
- Henefer Town Hall – 150 West Center Street, Henefer
Important 2023 primary and general election dates:
- September 5: Primary Election Day – Vote Center at City Hall, Council Chambers 7 a.m.-8 p.m.
- October 31: general election ballots mailed to voters
- November 10: in-office voter registration deadline, online deadline November 17, can register and vote on Election Day
- November 21: General Election Day
For statewide voting information, visit https://vote.utah.gov/.