GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO/KJCT)-- Ballots are officially in the mail for Grand Junction’s municipal election.
Three council seats are up for election as well as two questions concerning amendments to the City’s charter, one question regarding the sale of Burkey Park and three sales tax questions.
Voters can decide whether to increase sales tax for first responders, transportation and a community center.
Last municipal election in 2017, 15,301 people voted. There are 37,500 active voters.
"What comes in your ballot is an official ballot a secrecy sleeve with voter instructions and a return envelope, so you want to make sure that you print your name and sign on the envelope, not on the ballot,” said Tina Peters, Mesa County Clerk and Recorder.
Election day is April 2. If you don't get your ballot in the mail give them a call. In order to be counted all ballots must be returned by 7 p.m. on April 2. If you don’t receive a ballot you can call them at 970-244-1662.