Do you want to do you civic duty and vote but don’t know how?
Well don’t worry, we gathered all the information you’ll need to be able to vote in the next election!
According to the Fort Collins City Clerk website, in order to vote, you need to be:
- A United States citizen
- At least 18 years of age on or before Election Day
- A resident of your precinct at least 30 days prior to the election
In order to vote in Fort Collins city elections:
- You must reside within the city limits of the City of Fort Collins and be registered at your current address
- You must register 29 days prior to the election
Before you can vote, you need to be registered to vote. In order to register or update your information if you are already registered, you can:
- Go to the Larimer County Clerk Office at 200 W. Oak Street Fort Collins, CO 80521
- Visit the City Clerk’s Office at 300 LaPorte Ave, Fort Collins, CO 80521
- Visit any Colorado Driver’s License Office
- Register online at Go Vote Colorado if you have a valid Colorado Driver’s License or ID from the Colorado ID Card from the DMV
When you register to vote, election officials mail a ballot to the address that you register at.
You can then drop off your ballot at a 24 hour ballot drop off location or drop your ballot off in person at the City Clerk’s Office.
According to the Larimer County Clerk’s Office, you can drop off your ballot 24 hours a day at:
Larimer County Courthouse, 200 W. Oak St, Fort Collins
If you want to turn your ballot in person, you can do so at the City Clerk’s Office, City Hall West, 300 LaPorte Avenue, Fort Collins, CO.
Voting is an important part of being an American. Regardless of what side you support, exercise your right to vote!