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 **COVID-19 Response**   The following official announcements have been made by the city in regards to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus)   In an effort to minimize the visits to City Hall, please use our online services for paying your water bill

Avondale is following guidance provided by the state Governor’s Executive Orders: Effective Sunday, June 21, 2020 the wearing of face coverings by employees and customers will be required in all city facilities,  retail establishments, convenience stores, grocery stores, pharmacies, gyms, indoor sports or activity facilities, and medical offices. Additionally, these businesses will be required to post notice of these requirements at their entrances. (see more: COVID-19 Response)



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The 2020 Primary Election Ballot will include candidates for the offices of Mayor and three Council Members as well as the City of Avondale Home Rule Proposition 431.

Who can vote? All registered voters can vote in this election! If you are registered as Independent, you must select either a party ballot or a city-only ballot. If you have signed up to receive your ballot in the mail, you will receive a postcard from Maricopa County Elections, which you can use to make your selection.

Early Voting: If you have signed up to receive your ballot in the mail, you will automatically receive your ballot in the mail around July 8, 2020.

Voter Registration Deadline: July 6, 2020 - Register to Vote

Check out your Sticker - Register to vote by mail. The last day to request a ballot in the mail is July 24! Make your choice at

Election Calendar
Proposition 431 (Home Rule) - More Information



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