Have you moved or changed your name since you registered to vote in Provo? It is important to stay current on your voter registration so that you aren’t caught off guard when the elections come around this November.
Changing your name or address is a simple process:
- Download and fill out a mail-in voter registration form here.
- Check the boxes for name or address change.
- Complete the other information on the form.
- Mail, or hand deliver, the form to the Utah County Clerk’s office:
UTAH County Clerk
100 E. Center Rm. 3100
Provo, UT 84606
If you have any questions feel free to ask on Twitter or Facebook!
Starting at 7:30 on Thursday, June 17th, we will be participating in hosting a debate between Tim Bridgewater and Mike Lee, two Republican candidates competing in the primary election for the Senate Seat.
Be sure to show up at the UVU Campus Ballroom then!
Last night, April 6, 2010, the Provo Municipal Council heard testimony regarding the proposed Isles Project. One of the major issues addressed by this hearing was how this particular project will affect the parking situation in Provo and in the Joaquin Neighborhood in particular. The hearing is available online at provo.org. Take a second to watch items 7H parts 1 and 2 and let us know what you think either here or on our facebook page.
We are excited to see that candidates in the upcoming BYUSA are concerned about the relationship between Provo City and BYU Students! During these elections, however, we would like to clarify that the SPCA does not endorse any candidate in the BYUSA elections and wish the best of luck to all of them in their campaigns. If any of the candidates or concerned students are interested in working with the Student – Provo City Alliance to continue to improve relationships between Provo City and its student population please come and be involved with us. If you are interested in learning more about the candidates please visit their websites via the BYUSA election site.
The purpose of this brief study was to provide the city with relevant data to assist them in determining a relevant parking standard for future proposed apartment complexes in the Joaquin neighborhood.
The following graph shows the percentage of student who have cars in Provo that live at several complexes that we believe are representative of complexes that may be proposed in the future. You will notice that the black line shows that on average, 88.5% of students living in these types of complexes own a car. We hope that this data and other data contained in our report will assist the city in addressing the long term parking issues south of campus.
The other results of the survey are given in the written report presented to the city. A copy of that report can be obtained here.
The SPCA will begin an initial survey of students living south of campus on Saturday, January 23, 2010 at 10:00. Over the next several weeks we will be compiling a statistical analysis of the student population and their contribution to the parking dilemma in the Joaquin neighborhood. If you are interested in helping us with this data collection or in collecting surveys this Saturday please contact Brian Casaday. We need help this week collecting data from three apartment complexes. Thanks for your help and we look forward to seeing you.