The City of Kalamazoo is in the process of seeking a new City Attorney (who will be appointed by the City Commissioners). The City of Kalamazoo has launched a brief online survey where residents can give their input on the preferred traits and skills for the next City Attorney.
Elections in the City of Kalamazoo are administered by the City Clerk's Office and people from right here in our community. Kalamazoo's elections are fair, accurate, secure, and accessible. Every eligible voter in the City of Kalamazoo is encouraged to exercise their right to vote in every election. State law allows elections to be held in March, May, August, and November. Municipal elections are held in November of each odd numbered year.
Find information on how to register to vote and eligibility requirements.
Find information about voting early or by mail (absentee) like how to request and return ballots.
Find polling and drop box locations in the City of Kalamazoo.
Learn how you can help people vote and earn money as a poll worker.
Find information on running for the Kalamazoo City Commission or other public offices.
Find upcoming elections for City of Kalamazoo voters.
Learn requirements and processes for initiatives, referendums, and recalls.
Find voting statistics by precinct for past elections in the city of Kalamazoo.