Elections & Voting Information

The City Clerk's Office is looking for YOU to work the elections!
If you are interested, or know of someone else who might be,
please contact the City Clerk's Office for an application today!

If you enjoy getting out of the house - meeting new friends - and want to give back to your
community - while getting paid - consider working the elections.

Please contact the City Clerk's Office for more information by phone at (248)546-4064.

PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT YOUR POLLING LOCATION MAY HAVE CHANGED, effective for all elections in 2019 and beyond (see map below). If you are currently a registered voter and your polling location has changed, you will be sent an updated Voter ID card by mail. Most voters will be unaffected by this change. Call the Hazel Park City Clerk's Office for more information at (248)546-4064.


Hazel Park Polling Location Addresses
Precinct 1 - Tabernacle Baptist Church: 22323 S. Chrysler Dr.
Precinct 2 - Community Center: 620 W. Woodward Heights Blvd.
Precinct 3 - Hazel Park Jr. High: 22750 Highland Ave.
Precinct 4 - Church of the Nazarene: 696 E. Mahan Ave.
Precinct 5 - Hazel Park High School: 23400 Hughes Ave.
Precinct 6 - St. Justin's Catholic Church: 1600 E. Evelyn Ave.


Any citizen of the United States who is 17.5 years of age and will be 18 by Election Day may register to vote at the City Clerk's Office or at any Secretary of State branch. 

The Michigan Secretary of State's Voter Information Center is an online source for election information. Michigan residents can access information on their voter registration status, preview their ballot, and get directions to their designated polling place. Visitors can access online information on candidates, ballot proposals, and tutorials on the voting equipment used in each community. The Qualified Voter File, the statewide voter registration system developed by the Michigan Department of State, provides data for this site.
Photo ID Requirement for in-person voter registration and in-person AV ballot issuance: Effective March 27, 2013, voters coming to the City Clerk's Office to obtain an Absent Voter Ballot are required present photo identification or sign an affidavit.

As of 2019, the City of Hazel Park now maintains a Permanent Absent Voter (AV) Application List. If you would like to be placed on the list, please complete and submit the form linked here (also available at the City Clerk's Office). Please be advised that being on the list means that an APPLICATION for an AV Ballot  will be sent to you prior to every election scheduled in the City of Hazel Park; to receive an AV Ballot you must complete and return that Application.