2023 Citywide Election
The City's biennial election for Hyattsville residents to elect a new Mayor and Councilmembers was held on May 9, 2023. Find the certified election results here. The next citywide election is scheduled for May 2025.
The newly elected Mayor and Councilmembers will take their Oath of Office at a public ceremony on Monday, June 5, at 5 p.m. at the City Building, 4310 Gallatin Street. Community members are invited to join in welcoming our new and returning Councilmembers to their roles!
Voter Registration Guidelines
You can vote in City of Hyattsville elections if you:
- Are at least 16 years of age
- Have the City of Hyattsville as your primary residence
- Do not claim the right to vote elsewhere in the U.S.
- Have not been found by a court to be unable to communicate the desire to vote
Most Hyattsville Residents are eligible to register using the Maryland State Voter Registration Form. Forms must be submitted according to State guidelines. You may register by downloading the forms below and returning them to the Prince George's County Board of Elections or register online on the Maryland State Board Elections website. 16 and 17 year-olds who will be eligible to vote in County, State and Federal elections at age 18 should use the Maryland State Voter Registration Form. Maryland allows 16 year-olds to pre-register to vote using this form.
Hyattsville residents who are not U.S. citizens, or do not wish to register with the State, may use the Hyattsville City Voter Registration Form. Forms must be submitted to the City of Hyattsville. Download:
The Supplemental Voter Registry Affidavit can be downloaded:
- in English (PDF)
- en Español (PDF)
- Paper copies of the forms are available at the City Municipal Building.
To ensure you receive a ballot for City Elections:
Check your voter registration address
- If you are registered to vote in State and County elections, Use the voter lookup to determine your status.
- If you are registered to vote only in the City of Hyattsville elections, email email@example.com to check your status.
- If you believe you are registered but have not received your ballot by early spring, please call 301-985-5001 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Same-Day Voter Registration
The City of Hyattsville offers same-day registration and voting for Elections on Election Day at its polling center(s).
Regarding Election Mail Received for Someone Not at Your Address
Under the City's election law, the City is required to send election material to all registered voters. The vast majority of registered voters are registered on the State Voter Registry which is managed by the Prince George's Board of Elections. The City does not have the authority to make updates or remove voters from the State Voter Registry. The process followed to update and maintain the State Voter Registry is outlined here.
If you receive election mail for someone no longer living at your address please mark "return to sender" and return via the USPS. If you are able to contact the individual that is no longer at your address, please encourage them to change their address with the State of Maryland through the State's website. If the individual has moved out of the State of Maryland, he or she can remove themselves from the voter registry by completing this form.