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Voter boothThe City Clerk is the designated qualifying official for city elections. Elections take place in November each year, and the qualifying period for commission candidates is open for one week, typically during the month of August.

Qualifications for commission candidates include residing in their respective commission districts six months prior to qualifying and being a registered elector. Parties interested in qualifying for City Commission positions should contact the City Clerk's Office at (407) 571-8122.

Forms to register to vote by mail are available at the City Clerk's office. To register to vote or make changes in person, please visit the Supervisors of Elections main office in Sanford, the Altamonte Springs City Library, or the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles Driver’s License Offices.

Candidates who have successfully qualified for office for any election (local or state) and wish to place political signs in Altamonte Springs must fill out a Political Sign Permit with the Growth Management Department.

2013 Elections

Election Results

On November 5, the City of Altamonte Springs will hold an election for District III. The candidates for this seat are Commissioner Sarah Reece and Pam Donovan. 

Residents will be notified via a postcard of their voting locations. 
  • Voters living north of 436, and west of I-4 will be voting at Westmonte Park  (Precincts 26, 28, 29, 30 and 35)
  • Voters living south of 436, and west of I-4 will be voting at Country Creek Clubhouse (Precincts 32, 33 and 34)
  • Voters living south of 436 and east of I-4 will be voting at Eastmonte Park (Precincts 37, 38 and 39)
  • Voters living north of 436 and east of I-4 will be voting at City Hall 
    (Precincts 24 and 36)

Please contact the City Clerk’s office for more information at (407) 571-8119 or the Seminole County Supervisor of Elections at (407) 585-VOTE (8683) and