The Granger-Hunter Improvement District has a three member Board of Trustees which constitutes the policy-making body of the District. These Trustees are elected by the voters who reside within the District boundaries. An election occurs during each odd-numbered year (ie. 2017, 2019, 2021).
How to Become a Candidate for the Board (Trustee) Election
To run for the office of Trustee and have your name placed on the election ballot, you must file a Declaration of Candidacy form with the District Clerk. The Declaration form must be done IN PERSON during regular office hours (M - F, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm) at the District office located at 2888 South 3600 West, West Valley City, Utah because the filer must personally affirm that he/she meets the candidate qualifications. The filing period typically occurs from June 1 to June 7 of odd-numbered years. However, because the State Legislature periodically changes the election code, it is recommended you check this site regularly for updated information or call the District Clerk at 801-968-3551.
Qualifications to be a registered voter
Trustee Term of Office
The term of office for each Trustee shall be four years and shall begin at noon on the first day of January following the member's election or appointment. The terms of two of the Trustees shall expire simultaneously and the third member's term shall expire two years later. There is not a limit to the number of terms a Trustee may serve. In 2017 there will be two Trustees elected.
Granger-Hunter Improvement District contracts with the Salt Lake County Clerk's office for election services. The Clerk's office has decided to do a by-mail-only election in 2017. Ballots will be mailed approximately July 25, 2017 for the Primary election. GHID will not have any candidates on the Primary ballot. Ballots for the General election will be mailed approximately October 17, 2017, and will include GHID candidates, unless we have no more than two candidates file, in which case there will be no need for a GHID election. If you are a registered voter and do not receive your ballot close to the above-noted dates, please contact the County Clerk's office at 385-GOT-VOTE (385-468-8683) or by email at email@example.com.
To obtain information about Early Voting, In-Office Voting, by-mail voting, candidates, and other election questions you may have, please see the Salt Lake County Clerk's website at http://slco.org/clerk. You may also contact the District Clerk (Kim Coleman) at 2888 South 3600 West, West Valley City, Utah, by phone at (801) 968-3551, or by email.