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Don’t Forget to Register to Vote!

In about a month, Canyons District voters will head to the polls where they’ll be asked to consider a $283 million, tax-rate-neutral bond that would be used to rebuild or remodel seven aging schools, build a new school to accommodate growth, and add security and accessibility upgrades and/or skylights and windows for more natural light at 18 elementary schools. In all, more than 17,000 children at 27 schools in Cottonwood Heights, Sandy, Draper, Midvale, and the town of Alta would be the beneficiary of safer, modernized learning environments.

Facts about the bond and answers to frequently asked questions can be found at Following is detailed information about how to vote and register to vote in Utah, courtesy of the Salt Lake County Clerk’s office.

How to Vote

There are multiple ways to perform your civic duty in Utah, making it more convenient than ever. You can vote by mail (all registered voters in Salt Lake County receive mail-in ballots) vote early in person, or vote in person on Election Day. But in order to voter, you must first register.

How to Register to Vote

You can find out if you’re already registered to vote by typing your current address into the voter information fields at this website: If you aren’t registered, or have moved since the last time you voted, you can register online at this same website as long as you have a Utah driver’s license or state ID. If you don’t have a Utah driver’s license – maybe you’ve recently relocated from another state – you can still register online, but you’ll have to print out a form and mail it in. You also can go to your county clerk’s office and register in person.

What’s the Deadline to Register?

The last day to register for mail-in votes is on Tuesday, Oct. 10. But you have until Oct. 31 to register online to vote in person. 

Where Do I Vote?

Following is a list of polling places in Salt Lake County. Voters may vote at any of the Vote Centers listed at this website. Vote Centers will be open on Election Day (Nov. 7, 2017) from 7 a.m. – 8 p.m. Don’t forget to bring a valid form of identification.




Bluffdale City Hall 2222 W 14400 S Bluffdale
Bingham Canyon Lions Club 320 E Hillcrest St  Copperton 
Cottonwood Heights City Hall 2277 E Bengal Blvd (7600 S) Cottonwood Heights
Draper City Hall 1020 E Pioneer Rd (12450 S) Draper
South Mtn Community Church 14216 S Bangerter Pkwy (200 E) Draper
Herriman Library 5380 W Herriman Main St (12720 S) Herriman
Holladay City Hall 4580 S 2300 E Holladay
Kearns Senior Center 4851 W 4715 S  Kearns 
Magna Senior Center 9228 W Magna Main St  Magna 
Midvale Senior Center 7550 S Main St (700 W) Midvale
Ruth Vine Tyler Library 8041 S Wood St (55 W) Midvale
Millcreek Library 2266 E Evergreen Ave (3435 S)  Millcreek 
Murray City Hall 5025 S State St (100 E) Murray
Wheeler Historic Farm 6351 S 900 E Murray
Riverton Senior Center 12914 S Redwood Rd (1700 W)  Riverton 
Trolley Square 600 S 700 E #D-117 Salt Lake City
River’s Bend NW Senior Center 1300 W 300 N Salt Lake City
 SLCo Government Center  2001 S State St (100 E) Salt Lake City 
First Congregational Church 2150 S Foothill Dr (2755 E) Salt Lake City
UFA Fire Station Emigration 119 5025 E Emigration Canyon Rd  Salt Lake City 
Sandy City Hall 10000 S Centennial Pkwy (170 W) Sandy
Sandy Library 10100 S Petunia Wy (1410 E) Sandy
Sandy Senior Center 9310 S 1300 E Sandy
South Jordan Founders Park LDS 11685 S Kestrel Rise Rd (4500 W) South Jordan
South Jordan Library 10673 S Redwood Rd (1700 W) South Jordan
Columbus Community Center 2531 S 400 E South Salt Lake
Bennion LDS Church 6250 S 2200 W  Taylorsville 
Taylorsville City Hall 2600 W Taylorsville Blvd (5325 S) Taylorsville
Taylorsville Senior Center 4743 S Plymouth View Dr (1625 W) Taylorsville
West Jordan (Viridian) Library 8030 S 1825 W West Jordan
Copper Hills LDS 5349 W 9000 S West Jordan
West Valley City Hall 3600 S Constitution Blvd (2700 W) West Valley City
Hunter Library 4740 W 4100 S West Valley City
Utah Cultural Celebration Center 1355 W 3100 S West Valley City


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Lucie Chamberlain

Alta View Elementary

If a movie about super teachers were ever made, Lucie Chamberlain would be a prime candidate for a leading role. Fortunately for her kindergarten students at Alta View Elementary, she already thrives in a supporting role for them. Parents thank her for being a “super teacher.” She is also described as an “amazing colleague.” Whether students need help in the classroom or from home while sick, Lucie goes above and beyond to help them learn, overcome fears, and feel important and cared for. Lucie is the reason a number of kids went from hating school to loving it, according to parents. The way she exudes patience, sweetness, positive energy, and love for her students with special needs melts is appreciated and admired. One parent noted: “Both my kids wish she could be their teacher forever.” Another added:  “She treats every student like their learning and their feelings are her priority.” Super teacher, indeed!

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