Ballots due May 8; special park district ballots available for non-city residents owning property within city limits

As of Monday morning, 4,430 ballots had been received and processed by Cascade County elections officials.

Five more trays worth of ballots had been delivered on Monday, and though they hadn’t been counted yet, elections officials estimated that was a few thousand more. Ballots are due May 8.

School board sets, a school levy and the city’s park district are on the ballot.
Ballots are in the mail for the proposed $1.5 million park district

In the case of the park district, county residents who own property in the city limits can go into the elections office, with a copy of their tax bill, and request a special ballot.

Several people have already come in to vote with the special ballots for the park district.

Here’s a few of our previous stories on the park district with information about the special ballots:
Park district goes to May 8 ballot
Public hearing on sending park district to the ballot is Feb. 6
Park district public hearing set for Feb. 6