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Polling Districts

City of Mountain Brook Polling Districts
City elections occur every other [even] year.  Only the City elections are administered
by the City.  All other elections are administered by the State through Jefferson County.

For convenience, the City has adopted polling districts that match the State's congressional
districts.  Accordingly, there are six (6) polling districts in the City of Mountain Brook.  For
federal, state, and county elections, most residents of the City are assigned to one of the six
polling districts located in the City.  However, there are some residents assigned to polling
districts outside of the City and there may be voters residing outside of the City assigned to
polling districts in the City for these federal, state, and county elections. 

For the state-wide city elections, all residents are required to vote within their city of residence. 
Accordingly, for those residents assigned to polling districts outside of the City, the City
re-assigns voters to one of the City's six polling districts. 

In [City] election years, the City sends out postcards (usually in August):  1) informing residents
of the upcoming election, 2) reporting the names of registered voters at the address reported
by the Jefferson County Board of Registrars, and 3) instructing voters as to their specific polling
location.  For your convenience, you may click on the link below to access an interactive
map.  Enter the [Mountain Brook] address in question to find the assigned polling location
for the City election.

http://mountainbrook.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=bdaad266c55f465ea751450f816fb7c0