Latest News (5)
Notice of Public Hearing Monday, March 25, 2019 @ 6:00 p.m.
A Public Hearing is scheduled for 6:00 p.m. on Monday, March 25, 2019, at a regular meeting of the St. Joseph City Commission to be held in the Commission Chambers, 700 Broad Street, for the purpose of considering a request by LECO Corporation to establish an Industrial Development District.Read more ...
Press Release: Main Street Utility Work
South bound Main Street at Jones will be affected by emergency repair work to a water main valve manhole structure.Read more ...
Press Release: John & Dede Howard Ice Arena to remain open through March 24th
To view the lastest Press Release regrding the John & Dede Howard Ice Arena , please click here.
January 2019 Newsletter
January 2019 Newsletter Volume 25, Issue 1 has been published.
Job Opening for Public Safety Officer
The City of St. Joseph is accepting resumes for the position of Public Safety Officer.Read more ...
To read all the latest news, click here.
Elections & Voting
Any United States citizen who is at least 18 years of age by the date of the next election and who is a resident of the State of Michigan and the City of St. Joseph may register to vote in the City of St. Joseph by completing a Voter Registration Application.
You can register to vote at any Secretary of State Branch office, the County Clerk's Office, or the St. Joseph City Clerk's Office. If you are unable to go to any of these offices to register, please contact your local Clerk at (269) 983-6325.
Michigan Election Law provides that elections must be held on only four (4) predetermined dates throughout the year:
- The 2nd Tuesday in March
- The first Tuesday after the first Monday in May
- The first Tuesday after the first Monday in August
- The first Tuesday after the first Monday in November
Polls are open from 7 am to 8 pm on Election Day.
Precinct 1: City Hall, 700 Broad Street
Precinct 2: Howard Ice Arena Building - 2414 Willa Drive
Precinct 3: Zion Evangelical UCC Church - 3001 Veronica Court
Please refer to your Voter Registration Card or the Michigan Voter Information Center to determine your registration status or voting precinct. If you are a St. Joseph registered voting living abroad or military personnel stationed elsewhere, please visit the Michigan Military and Overseas Civilian Voter website.
Absent Voter Ballots
The City Clerk's office is always looking for citizens available to serve as election inspectors. Election Inspectors are citizens who are paid to assist voters at the polls on Election Day. The City of St. Joseph has three (3) voting precincts, all of which must be maintained by inspectors for each election. In addition, the City maintains an Absent Voter Counting Boards to process all Absent Voter Ballots. If you are a registered voter and are interested in serving as an Election Inspector, please complete and return an Election Inspector Application.
City Commissioners are elected in November of odd numbered years. A Primary Election will be held in August whenever more than two candidates qualify as nominees for each office to be filled.
Other information and forms
Other resources and links
STATE OF MICHIGAN VOTER INFORMATION CENTER AND SAMPLE BALLOT
MILITARY AND OVERSEAS CIVILIAN VOTERS
Wind: 9.94 m/h
23 Mar 2019
24 Mar 2019
Let us send you the news!
Have local news, alerts & events shipped right to your inbox or rss reader!
Office Hours at City Hall
Monday – Friday:
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
- Population - 8,365
- City Employees - 81
- City Budget - $22.8 million
- City S.E.V. - $531,397,117 Avg.
- Residential True Cash Value - $199,000
- Square Miles - 4.4
- City Charter - Approved 1928
- Commercial S.E.V. - 96 million
- Industrial S.E.V. - 35 million
- Residential S.E.V. - 395 million
- Tax Millage - 16.5344