MCSO Active Shooter Training

On Thursday, 7/5/2018, and Friday, 7/6/2018, Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, in coordination with Litchfield Elementary School, will conduct Active Shooter Training at Litchfield Elementary School.  The training on both days will begin at 7 a.m. and is expected to be completed by noon.  Residents may see multiple public safety vehicles and/or officers in full gear during the training exercise.

MEMORIAL DAY TRASH PICK UP SCHEDULE

Due to the Memorial Day Holiday, there will be no trash service on Monday, May 28, 2018.  Service during the week will be pushed back one day, i.e. Monday service on Tuesday.

2018 ANNUAL ELECTION RESULTS

Many thanks to all who voted!  We had a record turn out with 119 owners casting ballots!!!!!  The new Board of Directors consists of Kyle Addington, Julie Cadogan, Mark Moyer, Reuben Washington and Lisa Wolfe. The new Design Review Committee (DRC) consists of Mark Moyer, Jean Kilker and Dan Marich.  Thank yous and best wishes to past Director Cynthia Tyler and past DRC member Jack Cadogan for their years of service.  You will be missed!

Litchfield Park Elections 2018 All-Mail Ballot

Primary Election        Tuesday, August 28, 2018
General Election        Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Litchfield Park elections are no longer held in the spring.  The State Legislature mandated that elections are to be held in the fall.

Seats for election in 2018 (each is a four-year term):

1 – Mayor
3 – Council seats

Candidate packets are available at City Hall from the City Clerk.  If you wish to become a candidate, it is best to call the City Clerk’s Office at 623-935-5033 and schedule an appointment.  Please allow sufficient time (approximately 1 hour) to review the documents. Deadline to file the required paperwork is Wednesday, May 30, 2018.

If you are not currently a registered voter, or you wish to change your current registration, the last date to register for the Primary Election is Monday, July 30, 2018.

If you are registered to vote in a party other than Democratic or Republican, you will have an opportunity to decide which party’s ballot you want to cast in the Primary Election for county, state and federal offices.  Maricopa County Elections Department will send a notice before the election and you can choose the party’s ballot you want.  Otherwise, you will receive a ballot only for the Litchfield Park Primary Election.