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Sunday: 1 PM–5 PM

Resources for Voters

The next election will be the Regular Municipal Election on Tuesday, April 2, 2024.

  • Ballots will be mailed the week of March 11. See below for other important dates.
  • Register to vote, review or change your voter registration, check your ballot status and district information, and view a sample ballot for this election at Go Vote Colorado / Vaya Votar Colorado.

Items on the ballot include:

Important dates:

  • Dec. 12: Town Board officially set the date for the Regular Municipal Election – April 2, 2024.
  • Jan. 2: Applications available at the Town Clerk’s office for Absent Voter Address Change – for voters who will be out of town and need a ballot forwarded to a different address.
  • Jan. 29: Last day to file a Write-In Candidate Affidavit.
  • Jan. 29: Last day for a candidate to withdraw from the election.
  • March 11: Last day for eligible electors to establish residency in the State of Colorado. Register to vote at, County Clerk’s office or Town Clerk’s office up to the day of the election. Ballots to be mailed the week of March 11th. 
  • April 2: Election Day – Town Hall (Polling Place and Voter Services) will be open from 7 AM to 7 PM.
  • April 23: Swearing-in of newly elected Town Trustees at the Town Board Meeting.

Where/how to return your ballot:

  • 24-hour drop box locations (ballots accepted until 7 PM on Election Day)
  • Return your voted ballot by mail. Your ballot must be received by the Town Clerk by 7 PM on Election Day in order to be counted. (Military and overseas voters are the exception; more information here.)

Who can I contact with questions?

If you have a voting or election question that the resources here do not address, or you would rather interact with a human, you can contact the Town of Estes Park. (Contact information and hours are listed at the bottom of the page.)

Voter Resources

At Go Vote Colorado / Vaya Votar Colorado, you can:

At BallotTrax, you can track the status of your mail ballot, from mailed to counted.

At the Larimer County Clerk’s Elections page, you can:

At the Town Clerk of Estes Park Elections page, you can:

Check out our partner, The League of Women Voters of Estes Park, for information on election-related events and resources.

Here are some resources for researching candidates and issues:

  • The Ballot Information Booklet (Blue Book)
  • At Ballotopedia, use the Sample Ballot Lookup tool to get a complete list of elections, offices, candidates, and ballot issues, specific to your address. Click on a given candidate or issue to see more information.
  • At Vote411, enter your address for personalized voting information. See what’s on your ballot, check your voter registration, find your polling place, learn where candidates stand on the most important issues in your community, and discover upcoming debates in your area.
  • Go to the League of Women Voters of Larimer County site to get information about Larimer County candidate forums and submitting your questions for the candidates.
  • Go to the League of Women Voters of Estes Park site to get information about local candidate forums and submitting your questions for the candidates.

Watch a March 2021 presentation on election security given by Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold and Larimer County Clerk and Recorder Angela Myers.

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