The Town of Snowflake is governed by a council of 6 members and a Mayor, with staggered elections held every 2 years (4 members elected the first two years, the Mayor and 2 members elected the next two years). Each councilperson serves a 4-year term, and there are no term limits.

The Mayor is directly elected in an election held every 4 years, and serves as the moderator and presiding officer at Council Meetings.

Snowflake has a rich heritage of active citizen participation in the government of the Town, and encourages residents to consider serving in an elected capacity. For information please contact the Town Clerk at (928) 536-7103, ext. 222.

Follow this link to Navajo County for Election Results

2022 Candidates

Please contact Katie Melser (Town Clerk) at (928) 536-7103 ext. 222 or for more information or to schedule a time to get a candidate packet. The (linked) Candidate Checklist is provided, along with the listed forms (candidate packet) and must be turned in between March 7, 2022 and April 4, 2022. Write-in candidate packets must be turned in by June 23, 2022 by 5 pm.

  • There is one open Mayor (4 year term) seat
  • There are two open Council (4 year term) seats
Candidates for Mayor
4 Year Term:
Bob Flake
Byron Lewis
Candidates for Council
4 Year Term:
Lauri Wong
Cory Johnson
Greg Brimhall
Write-In Candidates: Name must be written exactly as it appears below to be valid

Polling Places

For all elections (Local, State, and National) registered voters may cast their ballot at the LDS Social Hall, located at 78 West Center Street.

The Primary Election will be held August 2, 2022 with the last day to request an early voting ballot from Navajo County on July 22, 2022 (registration deadline is July 5, 2022).

The General Election will be held November 8, 2022 (if needed) with the last day to request an early voting ballot from Navajo County on October 28, 2022 (registration deadline is October 11, 2022).

We contract with Navajo County to administer our elections. If you have questions about early voting or registration, please contact the county or check out their website for more information at “Navajo County Elections”.

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