The Red Brick Center for the Arts will be Aspen’s second vote center for this spring’s election.
All registered voters will receive mail in ballots, which can be mailed back or dropped off at City Hall. On election day, residents can also cast their ballot at the clerk’s office in City Hall or the Red Brick Center for the Arts.
Aspen City Council had originally decided the second location should be the Shultz Health and Human Services building near Aspen Valley Hospital, but the location turned out to be unavailable. Ballots will be mailed out April 13, and counted on Election day, which is May 5th.