The Town of Frisco adheres to the Uniform Election Code of 1992 when conducting its municipal elections.
Voters must reside in Frisco no later than 22 days prior to the election. Voters may register to vote, or update records online at GoVoteColorado.com or by obtaining and returning a voter registration form to the Town Clerk or to the Summit County Clerk and Recorder. A voter may only be registered in one County. Multiple registrations are deleted by the Colorado Secretary of State.
“Active” registered voters (those who have voted in the last general election or have recently registered to vote) will receive a ballot by mail automatically so long as their mailing information is up-to-date with the Summit County elections office.
New Voters or inactive voters may submit an application or request and mail-in ballot on www.GoVoteColorado.gov, or submit a signed application via email, in person or by mail to the Frisco Town Clerk.
If your registration is current, your ballot packet will automatically be mailed to you. Inside the packet you will find the ballot, a secrecy envelope and a return envelope. Once you vote the ballot, place it in the secrecy envelope and seal it in the pre-addressed return envelope. Be sure to sign the return envelope on the appropriate line. After verifying that the return envelope has your name and current address, simply return the ballot either by mail or at Frisco Town Hall.
Ballots will be mailed any time between the 22nd and 15th days before an election.
Absentee ballots are available before the election. You may request an absentee ballot from your election official either in-person by visiting the Town Clerk’s office at Frisco Town Hall, by mail (Attn: Town Clerk, PO Box 4100, Frisco, CO 80443), or by fax (970-668-0677), no later than 5:00 pm on the Friday preceding the election. You will need to include your name, residence address and, if different, your mailing address.
For municipal elections, the Frisco Town Clerk is the Designated Election Official. For Federal, State, and County Elections, the Summit County Clerk is the Designated Election Official.
An application for an absentee ballot may be submitted as early as 90 days prior to an election, but no later than the close of business on the Friday before the election. Applications for absentee ballots can be obtained at the Frisco Town Clerk’s office, 1 Main Street, Frisco. A registered elector of the town need not meet special criteria to obtain an absentee ballot. The absentee ballot application must be personally signed by the applicant.
All ballots, including absentee ballots, must be mailed back to the Town of Frisco in time to be counted prior to 7:00pm Election Day or dropped into the ballot box in the Town Hall vestibule, which may be accessed from the front of Frisco Town Hall, located at 1 Main Street 24 hours a day.
Please be mindful of other voters and do not enter the vestibule with anyone other than someone from your immediate household, so as to respect safe social/physical distancing.
Mailed ballots must have sufficient postage. Postage is estimated at 55 cents for this year’s ballot, so long as other documentation is not included in the envelope.
Only U.S. citizens who are 18 years old and have resided inside the town limits for the 22 days preceding the election can register and participate in the election. Registered electors of Summit County who have moved into the town and resided here for the 22 days preceding the election must change their legal address of residency by filling out a Change of Residency form at any of the town halls or with the Summit County Clerk. Any qualified citizen can register up to the day of the election at county clerk offices, driver license offices, municipal clerk offices, various human services agencies or by mailing in voter registration applications.
If you have not voted in past elections or have moved, please check with the Summit County Clerk’s Office at 970-453-3470 to update your registration address and verify that you are still registered, or go to http://www.govotecolorado.com.
Any campaign signs or posters attached, affixed or applied to any piece of public land including but not limited to stop signs, telephone poles or guardrails will be promptly removed and disposed of. Per Chapter 180, Unified Development Code, of the Code of the Town of Frisco, political signs may not exceed six (6) square feet and may not be erected more than forty-five days prior to the election. All signs must be removed no later than three days following the election. These signs are considered exempt from the sign code and do not need a permit. For more information on sign regulations please contact the Community Development Department at 970-668-05276 x3041.