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Pleasant Grove City Municipal Election 2021






Pursuant to the provision of Utah Code Annotated §20A-1-206, Pleasant Grove City, Utah County, Utah, hereby gives notice that on September 7, 2021 the Pleasant Grove City Council adopted Resolution (2021-043), a resolution cancelling the November 2, 2021 Municipal General Election and declaring each unopposed candidate elected to office.




Guy L. Fugal



Dianna N. Andersen

Todd Williams



I certify that the above notice was posted in 10 public places within Pleasant Grove City limits and on the State ( and City ( websites. Places posted: City Hall, Library, Community Room, Fire Station, Public Works Building, Recreation Center, Senior Center, Cemetery Office, Police Station and Courts Office.


/s/ Kathy T. Kresser, City Recorder

Dated this 1st day of October, 2021


Legal notice published in the Daily Herald on October 30 and November 1, 2021




When will I receive my ballot?

Ballots are mailed approximately 21 days before the election.

Ballots cannot and will not be forwarded by the postal service. All ballots determined undeliverable are returned to the county clerk's office.

What if I lose (or never receive) my ballot?

If you have not received your ballot within two weeks after they are mailed, call the Utah County Elections Office (801) 851-8128. Your voter registration will be checked to ensure that the information is correct. If the address is correct, a replacement ballot will be sent. If your information has changed, your registration will need to be updated and a new ballot will be sent.

Can I pick up a ballot for a neighbor, child or parent?

No. Ballots must be mailed to a registered voter's residential or mailing address. We cannot give or mail ballots to anyone other than the voter.

When must my ballot be returned?

Ballots must be mailed and clearly postmarked before Election Day or placed in the ballot box at the Pleasant Grove City office 70 S 100 E. or at the Election Day Service Center 108 S 100 E. by 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.

Can two ballots be returned in the same envelope?

No. There should only be one ballot in each envelope. We must have a signed affidavit for each ballot.

Why do I need to sign the ballot affidavit on the envelope?

This confirms the voter's identity. The County will compare the signature on the affidavit to your signature on your voter registration form.

What if my signature has changed?

Complete a new voter registration form and submit it to the Utah County Elections Division.

What if I forgot to sign the affidavit on the envelope before I sealed it?

If you are not sure whether you signed your affidavit, sign the outside of the envelope.

What if I signed another voter's affidavit?

Cross off the wrong signature and sign the correct affidavit. If the envelope has already been sealed, you may sign the outside of the envelope.

Do I have to return my ballot by mail?

No. Ballots may also be returned to the Pleasant Grove City office 70 S 100 E. or at the Ballots being returned in person must be received by 8:00 p.m. on Election Day. You can also drop off your ballot at any Election Day Service Center in Utah County on Election Day.

What if I want to vote in person?

There will be an “Election Day Service Center” at in the Community Room 108 South 100 East, for those that want to vote in person. Those wanting to vote in person will have to vote provisionally. The Center will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.

Can I early vote?

The County will provide Service Centers within Utah County for those who would like to vote early.

For more information please contact the City Recorders office at 801-922-4528.



Please be sure you are registered to vote! If you have changed your name or address, even within the city, it is necessary to re-register. To register to vote in Utah, you must: 

  • Be a citizen in the United States
  • Have resided in Utah at least 30 days immediately before the next election
  • Be at least 18 years old on or before the next election