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2023 Lindon City Municipal Election
Lindon City has 3 city council member seats up for election (4 yr. terms each). The Lindon City General Election will be held on November 21, 2023 and will be a vote by mail election.

Please note: Candidate names are listed per the 2022-2023 Master Ballot Position List. (State Code 20A-6-305).

Click here to view Candidate Profiles

1.  Cole Hooley - City Council (4 yr term) 
     378 West 700 North
     Lindon, UT 84042

2. Bret D. Frampton - City Council  (4 yr term)
    120 East 400 North, Lindon, UT 84042

3.  Steve Stewart- City Council (4 yr term) 
     532 West 40 South, Lindon, UT 84042

4.  Lincoln Jacobs - City Council (4 yr term) 
     141 South 900 East, Lindon, UT 84042


General Election: November 21, 2023

If voters have any 2023 General Election questions, please contact the Utah County elections office by email Elections@UtahCounty.Gov or the website UtahCounty.Vote or by calling their office at 801-851-8128. or by contacting the city recorder at 801-300-8437 or by email

(Please Note: This general election is being administered by the Utah County Elections Office and is not a Lindon City Municipal Election)



On May 15, 2023, the Lindon City Council approved Resolution 2023-20-R to submit an opinion question to Lindon City residents regarding whether Lindon City should impose a citywide sales and use tax, known as the Parks, Arts, Recreation and Culture Tax (PARC TAX), to fund cultural and recreational facilities and ongoing operations, and cultural organizations within Lindon city for a period of ten years.

In 2013, 66.7% of Lindon City voters approved a 1/10th of 1% (1 cent for every $10 spent) increase in the local sales and use tax as a means of enhancing funding for local recreational facilities and parks, as well as support for arts and cultural organizations within Lindon City. In the last ten years the PARC Tax has generated close to $6 million dollars for Lindon City parks, trails, playgrounds, pavilions, aquatics center, community center, riding arena, and has helped several cultural and arts groups with a strong presence in Lindon.


Watch this video for information about the PARC Tax, or follow the link below for additional details. 

Click here for more information on the PARC TAX


Important Election Dates


Every eligible voter will receive a ballot my mail.

Voters must vote by mail.

Ballots will be mailed the week of  October 30th. If a voter does not receive their ballot, they should contact the Utah County Election Division for a replacement ballot (801) 851-8128.

The curbside ballot drop box in Lindon City is located at the lower level parking lot, 100 North State Street, next to the mailbox and utility payment box. There will be no ballot box at the City Office Building.

Find a Curbside Dropbox near you. 

If mailing your ballot, the deadline to postmark your ballot is November 20th, the day before Election Day. If a voter returns their ballot at a post office, they need to confirm that their ballot will be postmarked before Election Day. 

Information related to voter registration, what’s on the ballot, voting locations, etc. can be found on the county website at UtahCounty.Vote

The Utah County Elections office provides voters with disabilities accessible options to cast their ballot. A voter with a disability can email the elections office at Elections@UtahCounty.Gov or call 801-851-8128 for more information.

November 21, 2023 Municipal General Election