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California Voters Choice Act

March 3, 2020- Presidential Primary Election

Vote-by-Mail Ballots

Every Registered Voter in Fresno County, including the City of Kingsburg, will be delivered a ballot 28 days before Election Day.

Voters will have three ways to return their ballot:

1. Mail the ballot;
2. Drop the ballot in a secure county ballot drop box; or
3. Visit any vote center in the county.

Vote Centers

Traditional polling places will be replaced by vote centers. Voters will have the freedom to cast a ballot in-person at any vote center in their county instead of being tied to a single polling location. Vote centers look and feel like polling places, but provide additional modern features to make voting easy and convenient.

At any vote center in a participating county (Fresno County), a voter may:

1. Vote in-person
2. Drop off their ballot
3. Get a replacement ballot
4. Vote using an accessible voting machine
5. Get help and voting material in multiple languages
6. Register to vote or update their voter registration

Kingsburg's permanent Vote Center will be:
1465 California Street, Kingsburg CA 93631

The Vote Center will be open to the public for 4 days:
Saturday, February 29, 2020 9am-5pm
Sunday, March 1, 2020 9am-5pm
Monday, March 2, 2020 9am-5pm
Tuesday, March 3, 2020 7am-8pm (Election Day)

Additional information can be found at the California Secretary of State and the Fresno County Clerks Office.

Any questions? Please contact City Clerk Abigail Palsgaard at; (559) 897-6520 and City Hall 1401 Draper Street, Kingsburg, CA 93631

Public Safety Committee and Planning Commission Recruitment

The City is looking to fill one vacancy on the Public Safety Committee with the appointment to expire in 2023. The Committee meets about 4 times a year at 4pm and makes recommendations to Council of projects that help continue to make the Kingsburg Community safe.
Applications can be picked up at City Hall or you can apply online.

The City is looking to fill one vacancy on the Planning Commission with the appointment to expire in 2022.The Commission meets monthly on the 2nd Thursday at 6pm.
A Planning Commission is a body of citizens that serve within local government, acting as an advisory group to the municipal governing body on issues and policies related to planning, land use regulation, and community development.
Applications can be picked up at City Hall or you can apply online.

The City Clerk is the local official who administers democratic processes such as elections, access to the city records, and all legislative actions ensuring transparency to the public. The City Clerk acts as a compliance officer for federal, state, and local statutes including the Political Reform Act, the Brown Act, and the Public Records Act.
  • Elections Official
  • Local Legislation Auditor
  • Municipal Officer
  • Records and Archives
  • Public Inquiries and Relationships
  • City Council Support Services
  • Keeper of all legal documents
  • Generates City Council Agendas, takes minutes of Council meetings, and updates the Kingsburg Municipal Code as necessary
  • City Business Licenses
  • City Dog Licenses


If you are interested in being heard at a City Council meeting, please contact City Clerk Abigail Palsgaard for more information.

Scheduled upcoming City Council Meetings:
November 20, 2019 @6pm
December 4, 2019 @6pm
December 18, 2019 @6pm
January 15, 2020 @6pm
February 5, 2020 @6pm
February 19, 2020 @6pm
March 4, 2020 @6pm
March 18, 2020 @6pm
April 1, 2020 @6pm
April 15, 2020 @6pm
May 6, 2020 @6pm
May 20, 2020 @6pm

Citizen Commission Roster-Maddy Act

Roster of Citizens on Commissions