Contact Info

Frisco Town Hall

1 East Main Street
Frisco, CO 80443 United States

Mon - Fri 8:00am - 5:00pm

Stacey Nell

Town Clerk & Executive Assistant to the Town Manager

The Town of Frisco adheres to applicable Federal Laws and Regulations, Colorado Revised Statutes Title 31, and Frisco’s Home Rule Charter and Code, when conducting its municipal elections. Frisco’s Municipal Elections are conducted by a team of deputized staff and sworn election judges under Town Clerk Stacey Nell as the Designated Election Official.

Register or Update > GoVoteColorado.gov or by visiting the Summit County Clerk & Recorder (the Town Clerk cannot register you to vote)
Voters who reside in unincorporated Frisco neighborhoods, such as but not limited to: Frisco Terrace, Frisco Heights, Giberson Preserve, Wiborg Park, and Bill’s Ranch, are not eligible to vote in Town of Frisco Municipal Elections

Watch & Fill Out > Ballots are mailed 22 days prior to Election Day, there is no in-person voting

Cast Your Vote > In person 24/7 at Frisco Town Hall, or by Mail (postmarks don’t count, must be in possession of Town Clerk by Election Day)

Mail-In Ballot Frequently Asked Questions

When is the next Municipal Election?

In Frisco, Municipal Elections are held the first Tuesday in April of even years: Tuesday, April 2, 2024

The Town of Frisco may coordinate measures onto any November General (even year) or Coordinated (odd-year) ballot. In the case of a coordination onto the County ballot, only voters registered in the Town of Frisco will receive the ballot style containing Town of Frisco-specific ballot content.

What is on the ballot?

2024 Council Candidate seats: 3 Councilmembers At Large, 1 Mayor
Measures: TBD (Town Council & Town Clerk will certify the ballot prior to the Election in accordance with Statute and provide a sample here online)

What is the deadline to become a voter for this election? How can I get registered or check on my Voter Registration?

To register to vote in Colorado, voters must reside in Colorado no less than 22 days before registering. To receive a ballot for an upcoming election, voters must be registered and sign a legally-binding Self-Affirmation on the voter registration form, prior to Election Day. Before submitting a ballot for the first time by mail, voters must present an acceptable form of identification if they did not provide one at the time of registration. Skip the trip and a paper form, and register online for the first time, or update a current record, at GoVoteColorado.gov. Voters can also fill out, print, and sign a paper form to submit to the Summit County Clerk & Recorder’s Elections Division. A wet ink signature is required on the form.

Who will receive ballots automatically, and when?

All Active, registered voters at a physical address within the Town of Frisco limits will receive a ballot by mail automatically so long as their mailing information is correct on GoVoteColorado.gov Follow the registration tips above to check on your Voter Record, or re-register. Ballots are mailed 22 days prior to Election Day, but take a few business days to arrive at PO Boxes and mailing addresses. Wait until at least 14 days prior to the Election to contact the Town Clerk for a ballot. If you are leaving on vacation, you may visit the Town Clerk’s office in person at Town Hall during business hours to request a Replacement Mail Ballot.

As a registered voter, what do I have to do?

Follow the instructions in your mail ballot packet. A signature and date are required, as your handwriting will be verified by a team of sworn Election Judges. Signatures must match previous signatures on file with the Colorado Secretary of State’s system from previous voter registration activity, or the voter will receive a notice to cure a discrepant signature. The ballot will not be counted unless it is cured within the lawful time frame.

When do ballots have to be returned to be counted?

All ballots, must be in the physical possession of the Town Clerk by 7:00PM on Election Day, Tuesday, April 2, 2024, in order to be counted.

How do I cast my ballot?

In person: the 24/7 secure, monitored ballot box is located in the foyer of Frisco’s Town Hall, and will be sealed promptly at 7:00PM on Election Day, Tuesday, April 2, 2024.

By U.S. Mail: Mailed ballots must have sufficient postage to be mailed. Postmarks do not count for ballot timeliness, they must be in the physical possession of the Town Clerk by 7:00PM on Election Day in order to be counted.
Town of Frisco
Attn: Town Clerk
P.O. Box 4100
Frisco, CO 80443

By FedEx/UPS: Ballots must have sufficient postage/fees paid to be sent by FedEx/UPS. Postmarks by the companies do not count for ballot timeliness, they must be in the physical possession of the Town Clerk by 7:00PM on Election Day in order to be counted.
Town of Frisco
Attn: Town Clerk
1 Main Street
Frisco, CO 80443

Political Signage

Political signs may only be placed on private property within the Town of Frisco, with the permission of the property owner. Signs shall not be placed on public property or right-of-way such as parks, buildings, street corners, medians, etc. Any campaign signs or posters attached, affixed, or applied to any piece of public land within the Town of Frisco, but not limited to stop signs, telephone poles or guardrails will be promptly removed and disposed of. Per Chapter 180 of the Town of Frisco Code, political signs may not exceed six (6) square feet, may not be erected more than 45 days prior to the election, and must be removed no later than five days following the election. These signs are considered exempt from the sign code and do not require a permit. Sign regulations fall under the Community Development Department for Code and Enforcement, please contact them for details.