The next regular Municipal Election is October 6, 2020.

A copy of the letter to the Assembly setting forth the timelines involved with this election as well as a Quick Reference Date page are now posted on our website.

Per CBJ Code 29.07.100, the Absentee-by-Mail ballot applications are now available.

29.07.100 – Absentee voting procedure.

(b) The application for an absentee ballot shall show the applicant’s place of residence, clearly indicate the applicant’s right to an absentee ballot, and be signed by the applicant.

(1) Application by mail. Beginning on January 1 of each election year, a qualified voter may in person or by mail, or by facsimile machine, file a written application for an absentee ballot by mail with the election official. A complete application for a by mail ballot must be received in the office of the election official not less than seven days before the election for which the absentee ballot is sought in order for the absentee ballot to be counted. If a voter fails to provide a specific ballot mailing address on an absentee by mail ballot application, the ballot will be mailed to the mailing address on the voter’s record, or, if no address is provided, to the fax, e-mail, or other electronic transmission acceptable to the election official.

To access any of these documents, please click on the links above or on our CBJ Elections webpage at https://beta.juneau.org/clerk/elections  or contact the Municipal Clerk’s office at 907-586-5278.