Center Line School District:
Early Childhood (Precinct 19) under construction – will not be used for the August 3, 2021, election.
Moved temporarily to Roose Elementary – 25310 Masch (Roose is also used for precinct 20)
Warren Consolidated School District:
Warren Consolidated Administration Building (Precinct 53 and 54) under construction – will not be used for the August 3, 2021, election.
Moved temporarily to Cousino High School – 30333 Hoover
Effective December 2019 the State of Michigan now has on-line voter registration! Click here to register to vote online!
You can also register to vote at any Secretary of State Office, the City Clerk’s Office, or by mail. Call us to receive a self-mailer registration form. After completing the form, mail it to the above address.
State of Michigan Voter Registration Application and Michigan Driver License/ Personal Identification Card Address Change Form
On Election Day the polls are open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m.
On the Saturday prior to Election Day ONLY the City Clerks office is open from 8:30 am until 4:30 pm for absentee ballot requests.
The City Clerk is elected by the citizens for a four-year term. The Clerk is custodian of most papers, documents and records which pertain to the City of Warren. The Clerk certifies by signature all Ordinances, Resolutions and other actions of the City Council of which a public record is kept and made available. The Clerk is also an ex-officio member of the Police and Fire Civil Service Commission. The Clerk is further required to administer any oath required for Municipal purposes and issues such licenses and permits as required by the Ordinances of the City of Warren. As the Chief Election Officer of the City, the City Clerk administers all Federal, State, School and Local Elections.
Michigan law requires that a new application be completed for each election for which an absentee ballot is needed. If you have not received your application, please contact the City Clerk’s Office at (586) 574-4557.
Absent Voter Applications resemble an oversized post card. Be sure to sign the card, fold it in half, attach postage stamp where indicated, and return it to the City Clerk’s Office. Registered voters who wish to receive an Absent Voter Ballot may request an application by contacting the City Clerk’s Office at (586) 574-4557; visiting the City Clerk’s Office at City Hall, or by clicking on the top of this page to print an Absentee Voter Application (PDF).