MCPS Elementary District (K-8) Operations Levy
Missoula County Public Schools plans to have an elementary (K-8) operations levy on the May 6, 2014, school elections ballot. The District encourages all registered voters to vote. For answers to your FAQ's, click here.
- Projected levy of $181,000 (one year only)
- Cost: $2.23 per year based on a $100,000 assessed property value
- Cost: $4.45 per year based on a $200,000 assessed property value
The elementary operations levy supports: Elementary and Middle School Instruction Materials and Supplies; Extra-Curricular Programs, Employees' Salaries and Benefits; Utilities Costs (gas, electric, and water).
School Board - Trustee Elections
There are three seats up for election on the Missoula County Public Schools Board of Trustees on May 6, 2014; two seats are K-12 and represent both the Elementary and High School Districts; and one seat represents the Swan Valley, Seeley Lake, Potomac, Sunset and Clinton districts on the High School Board (and votes only on high school issues). Click here to learn more.
General Elections Information
The Missoula County Elections office has determined that the May 6, 2014 election will be a mail ballot election. Ballots will be mailed on April 21. Ballots must be returned to the election officials by 8 p.m., Tuesday, May 6, to be counted in the election. Ballots can be returned or dropped off at the sites listed below:
- Missoula County Fairgrounds (enter from South Avenue and watch for signs)
- Missoula County Courthouse Annex (office located on second floor)
Ballots may be dropped off at the following locations only on Tuesday, May 6, 2014 from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
- Lowell Elementary, 1200 Sherwood, Missoula, MT
- Paxson Elementary, 101 Evans, Missoula, MT
- Rattlesnake Elementary, 1220 Pineview Dr., Missoula, MT
To vote in the May 6 election, you will need to register by Monday, April 7, 2014. You can register to vote by visiting the Missoula County Elections Office, either online at www.co.missoula.mt.us/election/voterregistration.htm or at 200 West Broadway in Missoula.
Voter registration materials are available in a variety of formats on the website. You will need some form of identification to register to vote. The registration card also provides the option to register for the “permanent absentee” list, which means the ballot will be sent to you in the mail for each subsequent election or federal election (depending on your selection).