Election Information

What is on My November Ballot?

In addition to the partisan races, the November 8 election ballot will include Proposition 499 submitted to the voters of Paradise Valley by the Town Council.  Shall the Expenditure Base of the Town of Paradise Valley be permanently adjusted by $3,540,285?  For more information on Prop. 499, please download a copy of the publicity pamphlet.  (versión en español)

Sample ballots are available online at www.maricopa.vote

Voting Information

 Election Day Polling Places - Where do I vote?  On Election Day there will be polling places at all five precincts in Paradise Valley.  Every effort has been made to locate the the polling places in the same place as they were in past elections.  Click on the link to input your address and verify where your assigned polling place is located.

Precinct Facility Name Address
 Cheney  Ascension Lutheran Church 7100 N Mockingbird Lane
 Clearwater  Palo Cristi Presbyterian Church 3535 E Lincoln Drive
 Doubletree Cherokee School 8801 N 56th Street
 Kiva Kiva School 6911 E McDonald Drive
 Palo Cristi Gloria Dei Lutheran Church  3539 E Stanford Drive

Other Election related information may be found here including registration figures, election calendar, and what is on your ballot.

Election Results
Maricopa County Recorder: Election Night Results
Secretary of State: Election Night Results
Election Resources & Information

 Información de Elección en Español

2016 Council Election Results

Michael Collins was reelected Mayor.  Mark Stanton, Julie Pace, and Scott Moore were elected to the Council. The new Council will take office on January 12, 2017.

To view detailed results please see the Canvass of Election Resolution.

See the Fall 2016 Town Reporter for information on the candidates. 
Una versión en español de este folleto informativo se puede conseguir en la Oficina del Secretario del Municipio.)

January 2017 - December 2018 Mayor and Town Council

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