Someone wanting to vote in the City Hall election must be registered to vote by the end of the business day on Monday.
The balloting starts the next day for people who were registered to vote by Oct. 7. The early voting period, a popular time for people to cast ballots, runs on weekdays between Tuesday and Nov. 1.
The early voting hours run from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Marsac Building. There will be extended hours on Nov. 1, when voting will be available from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m.
Voters must present a valid form of government-issued identification, such as a driver license, a passport or a military identification card. Someone without an acceptable form of identification, they must provide two alternate forms from an approved list. The list includes a current utility bill, a bank or financial statement, a Social Security card, a paycheck from the person's employer, a United States military identification card and a certified naturalization document.
Someone who must register to vote can do so at the Marsac Building or on a state elections website. City Hall's election official, Sharon Bauman, has recommended someone register in person rather than online. Anyone who registered to vote after Oct. 7 is prohibited from casting a ballot during the early voting period and must vote on Election Day itself.
Someone must have lived in the place where they intend to vote for at least 30 days prior to the election to be allowed to cast a ballot.
Voters in Park City will choose the next mayor and two Park City Council spots. Andy Beerman, a member of the Park City Council, and Park City Planning Commissioner Jack Thomas are competing for the mayor's office. Four people -- incumbent Alex Butwinski, incumbent Cindy Matsumoto, Mary Wintzer and Tim Henney -- are on the City Council ballot.
For more information about registering to vote or the early voting period, contact Bauman. Her phone number is 615-5184 and her email address is email@example.com.