Ellsworth City Hall Will Only Be Open To Voters Election Day
Things will be a little different around City Hall in Ellsworth this election day.
City Hall in Ellsworth will be closed for business as usual on Tuesday, November 3rd. That includes everything from Code Enforcement to car registrations and the purchase of trash stickers. But it will of course be open so that you can do your patriotic duty and vote!
City staff will comply with all COVID-19 guidelines and everyone there and entering the building to vote will have to wear a mask. Because of the guidelines and how much time things may take on election day because of social distancing and what not, it's asked that only people that need to vote be allowed into the building. Those accompanying voters should remain outside.
Both Ward One (downtown area east side of the Union River) and Ward Four (Bridge Hill area and west side of Union River) voters will have to enter the Main Street side of City Hall, where the big parking lot is. After casting their ballots, folks will then exit the building via the Church Street side of City Hall.
All the details for election day in Ellsworth are HERE.
Meanwhile, if you're a resident of Ellsworth you can vote at City Hall between now and Friday, October 30th. Stop by during regular business hours to request and then cast your ballot.
Remember, the most important thing that you can do is VOTE!