Registered voters in Maricopa County now have a satellite voting site to drop off their ballots for the November special election cycle, as well as new hours and dates for voting.
Surprise City Hall will be an official satellite voting location, which will allow registered voters in Maricopa to vote or drop-off a ballot at during the replacement ballot voting period and on Nov. 7, Election Day.
The ballot, which is mail election only, will be mailed out Oct. 11, according to the county. Voters will decide on three general obligation bond questions regarding bond funding for 10 projects. The projects include public safety, traffic congestion mitigation and pavement preservation.
Since the Surprise City Hall has been designated a voting site, the county has revised its hours for in-person replacement ballot voting and ballot drop-off.
The in-person replacement ballot voting period and ballot drop-off will take place on Oct. 28 through Nov. 7. This period includes Saturday and Sunday voting from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., with extended hours on Election Day.
On Election Day, in-person voting and ballot drop-off will be from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m.
For more information on voting and the proposed bond issues, visit surpriseaz.gov/decidesurprise.