Municipal Elections are held every other year. Municipal Elections do not occur the same year as the Federal Presidential elections.
- Candidate filing dates were between Thursday June 1 and Wednesday, June 7, 2023 excluding weekends and holidays 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday, at the City Recorder’s office 160 South Main Farmington, Utah per Utah Code sections 20A-9-203(3)(a)(i)
- Due to only having six candidates for City Council, no Primary Election will be held. Utah Code 20A-1-201.5
- The Municipal General Election will be held by mail on November 21, 2023. This is later than usual and was adjusted by the Utah Legislature in order to accommodate a special election for a seat in Congress.
Here is some key information about our Municipal Elections:
- Mayor and Council terms are for four years
- Three Council seats are up for election in 2023
- The Primary Election (if more than six candidates for City Council declare) are held by mail in August (ballots are mailed out approximately three weeks prior to the election)
- The General Election will be held by mail in November (ballots are mailed out approximately three weeks prior to the election)
- The election is non partisan, meaning a candidate is not nominated by a party.
- Candidates are at large and elected by all voters in the City, not just one district or precinct.
- For information regarding elections, please visit the Davis County website at www.DavisVotes.com or call 801-451-3589.
Farmington’s ballot drop-box is located between Farmington City Hall and the Farmington Community Center, 120 South Main Street. To see the locations of all drop-boxes, visit https://www.daviscountyutah.gov/clerk/election/how-wherer-to-vote/how-where-to-vote
Davis County Clerk
Davis County Admin Building
61 South Main Street, Room #104
Farmington, UT 84025
Elections Manager – Brian McKenzie
(801) 451-3508 – Direct
Utah State Elections Office
Utah Lieutenant Governor’s Office
Utah State Capitol
Salt Lake City, UT 84114