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The city of Elk Ridge is located at the southern end of Utah County, Utah. The city is situated to the south of Salem and Payson on the foothills looking up to the 10,685 foot Mount Loafer. The elevation of Elk Ridge is at 5,300 feet. The 2008 Census estimate showed a population of 2,432. Summers are cool and winters are snowy. The city was originally called Salem Hills when formed in 1978, but was soon changed to Elk Ridge because of the large amounts of elk that wintered in the area. People love Elk Ridge because of the panoramic views of Utah Valley, the surrounding mountains and wildlife, the small town atmosphere, and the strong sense of community. Whether you come to play a round of golf at the neighboring Gladstan Golf Course, let the kids play at Shuler Park, hike the mountains in the abutting national forest, or just come for a visit, you'll fall in love with Elk Ridge!   



The Utah County Elections office is recruiting poll workers to staff polling locations on Election Day.

The General Election will be held on November 4th 2014.  Help is needed County-wide.

There is a stipend of $100.00 for poll workers and a stipend of $180.00 for Managers and TST’s.  A 2-3 hour training course is required to be a poll worker and there is an additional mandatory 2-3 hour training course for Managers and Touch Screen Technicians. Election Day service is from 6 a.m. until about 9 p.m. (after polls are closed and items secured.)

If you or anyone you know would be interested in working the General Election, visit to read the requirements and to apply online or call
Kim Jackson Utah County Elections at

(801) 851-8126 or

Kristy Laxman at (801) 494-2042


There are not any public hearings scheduled currently. 


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