Students 18 years of age or older have a choice about where to register to vote.
Students attending college in Minnesota may register at their school address. You must plan to return after temporary absences, like summer break, but do not have to plan to reside at that address permanently.
Students may choose to register or remain registered at a permanent address in Minnesota or outside the state. In this case, students may need to vote by absentee ballot.
You may only be registered and vote in one location.
Absentee voting will begin September 23 (September 26 at St. Francis City Hall) and run through November 7, 2016. St. Francis residents are able to vote absentee by coming into city hall during regular business hours Monday-Thursday 7 am to 5:30 pm and on Saturday, November 5 from 10 am to 3 pm. If you have any questions please contact City Clerk, Barb Held at 763-235-2302.
NOVEMBER 8, 2016 GENERAL ELECTION
Mayor – Two Year Term Steven Feldman and Jerry Tveit will be on the general election ballot November 8, 2016.
Two Council Members – Four Year TermsThe top four will move on to the general election ballot November 8, 2016.
Robert Bauer, Tim Brown, Joseph Muehlbauer, and Richard Orpen
Polling Place hours are 7 am to 8 pm on the day of the Election.
Polling locations are:
Saint Francis Precinct-1 St Francis Warming House, 3948 229th Ave NW, St Francis, MN 55070 (Residents west side of the Rum River)
Saint Francis Precinct-2 Rum River North Park Pavilion, 23100 Rum River Blvd. NW, St Francis, MN (Residents east side of the Rum River)
Isanti County Precinct-3 Rum River North Park Pavilion, 23100 Rum River BLVD NW, St Francis, MN (Residents living in Isanti County but in the city limits)
To find out what precinct you vote at click the link below:
The City of St Francis is seeking proposals for the comprehensive plan update to satisfy the requirements outlined by the Metropolitan Council Thrive MSP 2040 document. All proposals shall be clearly identified and forwarded to the City no later than 4:00 p.m., August 8, 2016. Contact Kate Thunstrom, Community Development Director at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
The Economic Development Plan was created for the purpose of providing consistent information to contractors and developers about development opportunities within the city. This is to be a guide for interested individuals regarding St. Francis’s local demographics, labor and industry profile. Within the report you will find information that outlines the workforce and employment opportunities within the city. This tool is available for those looking to create or expand employment opportunities within the City of St. Francis.
Homeowner Education for Septic Systems Thursday, November 3 from 7 - 9 PM **Last day to register is October 20 Bunker Hills Activities Center
Learn how to keep your septic system operating properly--when to pump, how to protect it from freezing, and more. You will receive the University of Minnesota Extension Septic System Owner’s Guide at the class. You will also walk away from this class more confident and knowledgeable. ...