PARK CITY, Utah — Candy wasn’t the only thing distributed on Halloween — ballots for Park City’s general election were also mailed out to voters yesterday.
On the ballot, voters will get their say on who they think should fill three Park City Council seats. The race is between incumbent Ryan Dickey, Ed Parigian, Matthew Nagie, Bob Sertner, John Greenfield and Bill Ciraco.
Former candidates David “Pickleball Traffic” Dobkin and Jody Whitesides received the fewest votes in the primary election earlier this fall, and have been eliminated from the race.
Voters will also have the opportunity to weigh in on a proposed $30 million recreation bond, which could be used for expansions at both the PC Municipal Athletic and Recreation Center and the PC Sports Complex at Quinn’s Junction. The debt service on the recreation bond would be paid by property tax.
Voter centers will be open at the Summit County Clerk’s Office and Summit County Library/Sheldon Richins Building for early voting Nov. 16-18 and 20 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
A vote center will also be open on election day, Nov. 21, from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. in the Park City Council Chambers. During this time those who need to register to vote, have lost their ballots, or did not receive their ballots may come in to vote.
Ballot drop boxes can be found at the following locations:
- Park City Hall/Marsac Building: 445 Marsac Ave., 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
- Jeremy Ranch Park and Ride: 3361 Rasmussen Road, Park City
- Summit County Library (Kamas): 110 North Main, Kamas
- Summit County Library (Coalville): 82 North 50 East, Coalville
- Summit County Courthouse: 60 N. Main, Coalville
- Oakley City Hall: 960 West Center St., Oakley
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