Unsure if you're eligible to vote on board candidates or ballot questions related to the South Suburban Park and Recreation District? Below are answers to frequently asked questions about District voting eligibility.
Am I an eligible voter of the South Suburban Park and Recreation District?
An eligible elector of South Suburban Park and Recreation District is:
- A registered voter in the State of Colorado; AND EITHER
- A resident of the District; OR
- A person who owns taxable real or personal property (or the spouse or civil union partner of a person who owns property) situated within the boundaries of the District. A person who is obligated to pay taxes under a contract to purchase taxable property within the District shall be considered an owner of taxable property for the purpose of qualifying as an elector.
How can I check on my State voter registration status, if I'm a District resident, and how to register to vote?
Check with your County Clerk & Recorder:
You can also check your registration status and District resident information on your voter record on the Secretary of State's database at: www.sos.state.co.us/pubs/elections/
How do I know if my real or personal property is taxed by the District?
Check with your County Assessor and/or check your most current tax notice.
Please note: Only property owners who are natural persons can vote.
How can I apply for a permanent absentee voter status for future polling place elections?
Please open and print a request form. The form needs to be completely filled out, signed, and the permanent absentee status box checked. Either mail the original form to the South Suburban Administration Building, 6631 South University Boulevard, Centennial, CO 80121 or forward a scan by fax or email: fax 303.798.3030, or attach to an email to Elections@ssprd.org, Subject line: Election Absentee Ballot Request
Can't print the form? Need more help? Please call 303.483.7011 for assistance.
I was on the mail-in voter list previously maintained by my county clerk several years ago. Will I receive a mail ballot automatically for South Suburban's regular elections?
Changes in the State election law eliminated the permanent mail-in voter list maintained by the counties' clerk & recorder offices. Starting with the May 2014 election, we are maintaining our own list.
If you would like an absentee ballot from South Suburban, please fill in and return the absentee ballot request form.
Per state law, Colorado special districts also deliver paper ballots to eligible voters with Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA) status.
Call South Suburban during our regular business hours (Mon - Fri, 8 am - 5 pm) at 303.483.7011.