South Weber City (801) 479-3177


South Weber City Code on Elections
Municipal elections are held by the City in November of odd numbered years.


Public notice is hereby given to inform residents of South Weber City that there will be a municipal general election on November 7, 2017 for the following offices:

1 Mayoral position (4-year term)

2 At-Large City Council positions (4-year term)
(City Code on Roles)

The primary election will be held on August 15, 2017.

The constitutional and statutory qualification requirements for municipal office are:

  1. U.S. Citizen at time of filing
  2. The person is a registered voter in the municipality.
  3. The person is a legal resident of the municipality for 12 consecutive months immediately preceding the date of the election.
  4. If ever been convicted of a felony:
    • All felony convictions have been expunged; or
    • 10 years have passed since the most recent felony conviction, and
      • All court-ordered fines and penalties have been paid
      • Probation is completed
      • Parole has been granted
      • Term of incarceration is completed




Jo Sjoblom
2169 E. 8100 S.

Jeffery G. Monroe
7965 S. 2175 E.


Angie Petty
7692 Cornia Dr.

Melissa R. Hafen
1787 E. 7775 S.

Rob Osborne
2317 View Dr.

Sanford E. Thompson
7777 S. 2300 E.

Wayne E. Winsor
2010 E. View Dr.

Visit Davis County Elections for Candidate Bios!


  • South Weber City 2017 Municipal Elections will be conducted via mail.  All registered voters will be mailed a ballot at least 21 days before the Primary and General Election Days.  
  • There are three easy ways to return a ballot: in the mail; in a drop box at City Hall; or at the Family Activity Center on Election Day. 
  • Voters also have the opportunity to surrender their ballot on Election Day and vote on voting machines at one of the following Vote Centers - County Polling Locations.

Voter Information:

Davis County Voter Registration

Lt. Governor's Office on Elections

State Financial Disclosure Website