What's on the Ballot?




List of Petitions Filed with the Utah County Clerk/ Auditor

Active Petitions

Clean the Air Carbon Tax Act

Date Filed: Petition filed with Lt. Governor on 4/8/2019
Current Status: Gathering signatures
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Fiscal Impact Statement
List of signatures verified-Utah County only
Change of County Government

Date Filed: Intent filed on July 9, 2019
Current Status: No signatures submitted
Signatures Needed: N/A
Signature Verified: N/A

Completed Petitions

  • 2019-January Change of County Government
    Status: Expired - No signatures verified

  • 2018 Mapleton R2-R3 Re-Zone
    Status: Completed - Sufficient, to ballot

  • 2018 Orem Re-Zone
    Status: Completed - Sufficient, to ballot

  • 2017 Mapleton TDRs
    Status: Completed - Placed on ballot

  • 2017 Highland - Road Fee
    Status: Completed - Not Returned

  • 2016 Highland Rezone
    Status: Completed - Insufficient

  • 2016 Orem BRT Lease Referendum
    Status: Completed - District Court

  • 2016 Provo BRT Lease Referendum
    Status: Completed - District Court

  • Alpine Re-zone Referendum
    Status: Completed - Insufficient

  • 2015 County-Wide BRT Referendum
    Status: Completed - Insufficient

  • Orem Mall CDA Referendum
    Status: Completed - Not Returned

  • Orem Re-Zone Referendum
    Status: Completed - Not Returned

  • Orem Tax Increase Referendum
    Status: Completed - Placed on ballot

Petitions and the Petition Process

Ballot Inititives are citizen led petitions to amend, rewrite, or add to the body of laws of the State of Utah outside the standard legislative process. Use the buttons below to review the Utah State statutes that govern this process and learn more about filing a petition.


Ballot Referendums are citizen led petitions to require a new law, type of action, or tax increase to be placed on the ballot and voted on before it can be implemented. Use the buttons below to review the Utah State statutes that govern this process and learn more about filing a referendum.
Utah Utah Code Annotated 20A-7-205 and Utah Administrative Rule R623-4-5 allows a citizen to remove their signature from a petition they have previously signed.

An individual that wishes to do does not have to give a reason for the removal of their signature. However, they are required to identify which petition they want their signature removed from. They cannot request a blanket removal.

Contact the Utah County Elections Division at (801) 851-8130 for information on how to do this correctly.