Register to Vote
Proof of residence must be provided whether you register to vote in person, by mail or at the polls.
For a list of acceptable proofs of residence .
A is available here. Please fill out application completely. Directions are on Page 2 of the application.
You may register to vote at almost any time. Our City Clerks handle all voter registrations. You may come down to City Hall (105 North Dickason Blvd.) Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. to noon and 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Our office does close for some holidays, so be sure to check if City Hall is open before visiting on a holiday.
To register you will need a valid proof of residence. A clerk will have you fill out a Voter Registration Application, and then you will be ready to vote!
Registration can be done by mail. Fill out the Voter Registration Application, make a copy of a valid proof of residence and mail the City Clerk’s office a copy of the registration and proof of residence. Please note that the proof of residence must feature the name of each person attempting to register. If your name is not on the proof of residence, you will not be registered.
Mail-in registration ends two weeks before Election Day.
All registrations in the two weeks leading up to Election Day must be done in person at City Hall. The clerk's office is open 8 a.m. to noon and 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, but is closed for some holidays. If you plan to visit City Hall on a holiday, click here to see if the offices will be closed. You will still need to bring a valid proof of residence and fill out a Voter Registration Application. Please be sure your name, and the names of any other person registering with you are listed on the proofs of residence.
The Friday before is the last early day to register before Election Day. The City Clerk’s office remains open until 5 p.m. that day to accommodate registrations.
If you miss the late registration deadline, you can still register on Election Day.
You can register at the polls. Bring a valid proof of residence and photo ID. Please be sure your name, and the names of any other person registering with you are listed on the proofs of residence. Simply ask an elections clerk to direct you to the registration table, and they will walk you through the process.
If you choose to register on Election Day, be patient and give yourself extra time to complete the registration process before voting. Save yourself some time by printing off and filling out the Voter Registration Application. Bring the form, along with your valid proof of residence and photo ID to the polls.