Mayor & Council

The City Council consists of the Mayor and five Council members who are all elected at large. The Mayor and Council members serve staggered four-year terms on a part-time basis. Although the Mayor leads the City Council, this position votes only in the event of a tie. Santa Clara City has a Manager/Council form of government which allows for a full time City Manager and part time Mayor. Elections in Santa Clara City are non-partisan.

Regular City Council Meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of every month. Meetings begin at 5:00 pm and are held in the City Council Chambers of the Santa Clara Town Hall located at 2603 Santa Clara Drive, Santa Clara, UT  84765.

To view the actual meeting schedule check the City Meeting Calendar.  To View the Agendas and Minutes for upcoming or recent City Council meetings, visit the Agendas and Minutes page.

SANTA CLARA CITY 2019 GENERAL ELECTION

SANTA CLARA CITY

2019 GENERAL ELECTION

PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that Santa Clara City will hold a Municipal Election on November 5, 2019 for the following offices:

 3 City Council Members at Large

(4-Year Term)

Candidates

Gary S Allred | garysallred@yahoo.com | 435-313-0705

Ryan Graff Anderson | ryananderson73@gmail.com | 435-703-0223

Logan Blake | blakesmail@gmail.com | 435-414-3590

Leina Mathis | radish02@gmail.com | 435-632-5359

Jarett Waite | jycej@hotmail.com | 435-862-1811

Dennis (Denny) Drake | denny.drake72@gmail.com | 435-773-5855

 The constitutional and statutory qualifications to vote in this election are:

  1. Be a United States citizen.
  2. Be a resident of Utah for at least 30 days immediately before the election.
  3. Be at least 18 years of age on the day of the election.
  4. Be a resident of the voting district in the municipality in which you desire to vote.
  5. If a person is involuntarily confined or incarcerated in a jail or prison, or other such facility, the voting precinct in which the person must be registered is the voting precinct in which the person resided before confinement or incarceration.
  6. A person who has been convicted of a felony who’s right to vote has not been restored as provided by law may not register to vote while incarcerated.

SANTA CLARA CITY is conducting VOTE BY MAIL METHOD as the primary means of casting ballots for all elections. The Drop Box for Santa Clara City is located at the Santa Clara Library and ballots may be dropped off there.   

 Things to remember:

  1. Any Ballots not mailed by the week prior to election day should be dropped off at the Drop Box Location or will not be counted until after election day.
  2. Remember to sign your Envelope, or it will not be counted. You will get a letter from the County informing you. Signatures must be verified.
  3. ONLY Vote for 3 Candidates, if you vote for more, your ballot is disqualified.

 The Santa Clara Polling Location is:

DISTRICTS 1, 2, 3, & 4 are at the Santa Clara City Office located at 2603 Santa Clara Drive.

The polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

  ALL VOTERS WILL BE REQUIRED TO SHOW VALID VOTER IDENTIFICATION

For further information, please contact the City Recorder at 673-6712 ext. 203.

Chris Shelley, City Record


Election Information

Santa Clara City 2019 General Election

SANTA CLARA CITY 2019 GENERAL ELECTION   PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that Santa Clara City will hold a Municipal Election on November 5, 2019 for the following offices:  3 City Council Positions (4-Year Term) Candidates        Gary S. Allred       Ryan Graff Anderson Logan Blake Leina Mathis Jarett Waite Dennis (Denny) Drake […]