Election Information

City Elections


2021 City Council Update:
MICHAEL LACOURSIERE AND GUY MOTZER ARE REELECTED TO THE CITY COUNCIL
They were sworn in on March 17 2021. He will continue as Mayor, and Allan Kaulbach as Vice Mayor through March 2022.

Council members are elected for a two-year term. Qualifications to serve include being a registered voter and a resident of Atlantis.

There is no early voting for City elections.

The next City Council election is March 8, 2022 for Groups 1, 3, and 5. The qualifying period for this election is December 1 through December 9 2021, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Register to Vote

To vote for Atlantis City Council, you must be registered to vote in the State of Florida with your Atlantis address. To register to vote, you must be 18 years old, a U.S. citizen, and a legal resident of Florida.

For voter registration and election information visit the Palm Beach Supervisor of Elections website

Atlantis residents vote at Precinct 3082, the Council Chambers at:
260 Orange Tree Drive
Atlantis, FL 33462

Become a Poll Worker

Join your neighbors in working the election poll in Atlantis. The Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections Office is looking for dedicated professionals to staff our voting precinct on Election Day. For information on becoming a poll worker, visit the Palm Beach Supervisor of Elections website.

For more information contact the Supervisor of Elections Poll Worker Department at 561-656-6200, option 3.

Temporary Signs

The City of Atlantis Code Of Ordinances Section 11.6-9 (b) - Temporary Signs was updated in August 2020 and dictates that the maximum size for temporary signs is 18" x 24" and the maximum height is 36" above the ground. The sign material shall be durable and supported by two black, gray, or white metal posts. They can be located in front yards only, 12' from the edge of the street, and where compliance is not possible, 4' from the principal structure.

One temporary sign per plot associated with a definite event shall be permitted beginning 30 days prior to the event. Each political race and ballot question are separate definite events.

Signs shall be removed from the property promptly upon the conclusion of the event.