To obtain an Absentee Ballot for an election, a registered voter must first complete an Absentee Voter Application. Read the application and fill in the required information.
Please consult the chart below to see where you will vote for all elections.
To apply for an absentee ballot, all City of Holland registered voters under the age of 60 who have not voted in any previous election must:
City Council Meeting Packets, Summaries, Resloutions, and Ordiances are available for viewing by clicking on the master calendar link below by Council Meeting date.
Events requiring an approved Use of Facilities request include, but are not limited to, parades, walks, runs, and assemblies and events in parks.
The Zoning Board of Appeals has been re-named the "Board of Appeals," and will now hear all zoning, construction and housing applications.
Holland International Friendship Association HIFA announces Friendship-City Relationship with Nagahama, Japan
Three elections are slated for the City of Holland for 2014. A Special Election for Holland Public Schools will be on May 6, the State Primary on August 5, and the State General Election on November 4.
Attention Vendors – Applications to sell products, including food, during the 2014 Tulip Time Festival are now available.
PA 79 amends Michigan Election Law to permit a physically disabled voter who is unable to sign his or her name to use a signature stamp on a Voter Registration Application or other election documen