Heat Alert: Heat Emergency Has Been Declared This Weekend!

Montgomery County has issued a Heat Emergency Alert beginning 12 p.m Saturday, 6/22 through 8 p.m Sunday, 6/23, 2024. Residents should prepare for heat index values to reach 105 degrees during the afternoon hours. To beat the heat, head to one of the open City Facilities!

Important Notice: Ongoing Water Leak in the 7600 block of Maple Avenue - WSSC is Scheduledfor Repairs either Tues, July 2 or Wed, July 3 - The Repair Will Shut Off Water for a Portion of the Day.

WSSC is scheduling repairs so it can provide more notice to impacted residents and avoid doing the work when the forecast calls for very hot days next week. The repair work will be done at night to reduce impacts.

Library Renovations: Update: June 5, 2024 - Summer Construction Timetable

The scheduling of demolition and construction timelines are pending weather.

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Track Your Ballot With Ballottrax - New Program Provides Ballot Status Alerts!



The City of Takoma Park, in partnership with Ballottrax, is offering a program to Takoma Park voters that provides notifications regarding your City Election ballot.

Participating voters will receive alerts at different points on their ballot’s journey. Text, email or voice alerts will tell voters when the City of Takoma Park Elections Office has mailed their ballot and when a completed ballot has been received at the Elections Office.

Alerts will indicate that your ballot has been accepted or whether it has a non-matching signature or another defect that requires further action by you, the voter.


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Track Your Ballot

Voters will have the option of receiving in English or Spanish alerts by:

  • Text
  • Email
  • Phone
Have You Ever Wondered If Your Mail-In Ballot Was Able to Be Counted?

BallotTrax is a secure software application that locates ballot envelopes. The system works with election officials and the US Postal Service to send you messages when your ballot is received and can notify you if there is a problem. By logging into the BallotTrax site, voters can check their mail-in ballot status or sign up for alerts.

The sign up process is simple. Just sign on, enter contact info, select message method (email, text and voice messages), and note what time works best for messaging.

If you prefer not to sign up, you can still check status by entering your name, date of birth, and zip code into the application.

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