Municipal Elections are held in odd numbered years. Municipal Elections do not occur the same year as the Federal Presidential elections. The election is non-partisan, meaning a candidate is not nominated by a party.
Mayor and Council terms are for four years. Three City Council seats (4-year term) will be up for election in 2023. Candidates are at-large and elected by all voters in the city, not just one district or precinct.
2023 Candidates - Three (3) City Council Seats, Four-Year Term
(Listed in Master Ballot Position Order)
|Tim Allen Hodges||38 S Wellington Driveemail@example.com||Timhodgeskaysvillecouncil2023|
|Don Coleman||351 E 500 Nfirstname.lastname@example.org||www.votedoncoleman.com|
|John Swan Adams||1522 S Thoroughbred Dremail@example.com||TBA|
|Mike Blackham||1111 W Webb Lnfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Nate Jackson||592 E 250 Nemail@example.com||ElectNateJackson.com|
Political Campaign Signs
In keeping with the intentions and purpose of Kaysville City’s Sign Regulations to promote civic beauty and order, the following is a list of standards and regulations regarding the size and placement of campaign signs. Observing the following will help maintain streetscapes that are safe, functional, and attractive to both residents and visitors in the city while still enabling you to promote yourself as a candidate for public office.
- Freestanding signs are permitted and may not exceed 6 feet in height (the top of the sign shall not be more than 6 feet off the ground).
County and State Election Offices
The Clerk/Auditor is the Chief Election Officer for the County, Administering Federal, State and County Elections, as well as Municipal Elections as contracted.
Davis County Clerk's Office
Davis County Admin Building
61 South Main Street, Room #104
Farmington, UT 84025
Elections Manager - Brian McKenzie