Election & Voting Information

The State of Michigan, through federally funded Grant Agreements in conjunction with the Help America Vote Act, will be replacing all voting equipment throughout the State.  The new systems will use digital technology, and will have an increased ease of use for voters and election administrators.  Stop by the City Clerk's office prior to the November election, to take a look at and get aquainted with our city's new system.


The City Clerk's Office is looking for YOU to work the elections!
If you are interested, or know of someone else who might be,
please contact the City Clerk's Office for an application today!

If you enjoy getting out of the house - meeting new friends - and want to give back to your
community - while getting paid - consider working the elections.

Please contact the City Clerk or her staff for more information. 248.546.4064

Election Inspector Application


Anyone who is 18 years of age may register to vote at the City Clerk's Office, or at any Secretary of State office.  In order to vote, you must register 30 days prior to an election.

The Michigan Secretary of State Voter Information Center is an online source for one-stop election information.  Michigan residents can access information on their voter registration status, find the location and get directions to their polling place and preview their ballot.  Further, visitors can access online information on statewide candidates, ballot proposals and tutorials on the voting equipment used in each community.  The Qualified Voter File, a nationally recognized statewide voter registration system developed by the Michigan Department of State, provides data for this site.    https://www.michigan.gov/sos‎
Photo ID Requirement for in-person voter registration and in-person AV ballot issuance:  Effective March 27, 2013, voters coming to the City Clerk's Office to obtain an Absent Voter Ballot are required present photo identification or sign an affidavit.

NEW VOTER PRECINCTS, Effective February, 2014
New voter identification cards were mailed out to all registered voters of Hazel Park.  Your voting precinct may or may not have changed.   If you have any questions how this change will affect you, please contact  the City Clerk's office at (248) 546-4064.  Remember City Hall hours are Monday - Thursday, 8:30 - 5:00 p.m.

Hazel Park Voting Precincts
Precinct 1 - Tabernacle Baptist Church, S. Chrysler Drive
Precinct 2 - Community Center, West Woodward Heights Blvd
Precinct 3 - Hazel Park Jr. High, Highland Avenue
Precinct 4 - Church of the Nazarene, East Mahan
Precinct 5 - Hazel Park High School, Hughes & Felker
If you would like to become an election inspector for Hazel Park, please contact the City Clerk
Map of City Polling Locations