What is happening
The Salt River Project (SRP) provides electricity service to more than one million customers in the Phoenix metro area. SRP holds elections every two years for the board of directors and councilors. The next election is coming up on April 2, 2024.
The board is responsible for setting rules governing the utility. That includes your ability to go solar!
Just 1% of eligible Salt River Project customers voted in the last election. Your vote matters!
Who is eligible to vote in SRP elections
SRP uses a complex and restrictive voting system. To be eligible to vote in the 2024 election, you must:
- Own land in SRP’s service territory, and
- Be eligible and registered to vote in Arizona no later than March 4, 2024.
Visit SRP’s Elections FAQ to learn more about these requirements.
Questions about your eligibility? Email us.
I’m eligible, so how do I vote?
Eligible voters can either vote by mail or in person.
To vote by mail, you must first request an early ballot. You can do this by filling out a request form online, by completing and mailing in an early ballot request form, or by calling SRP’s Election Information Line during business hours at (602) 236-3048. See SRP’s website for more details. The last day to request an early mail ballot is March 22, 2024.
Once you receive your ballot, you can return it by mail in the provided envelope or by dropping it off at the SRP Voting Center during business hours on or before election day. The Voting Center is located at 1500 N. Mill Avenue in Tempe, AZ. For Voting Center hours and additional Election Day-only drop off locations, see SRP’s Elections FAQ.
If you plan to vote in person, you can do so at the Voting Center between 6:00am and 7:00pm on Election Day (April 2, 2024).
Take our pledge and remember to vote!
It’s important that solar supporters like you vote. The SRP board and council determine your electricity prices, the amount of clean energy generated by the utility, and how much credit you receive for solar produced on your home.
Take our pledge to vote in SRP’s 2024 elections today. We will follow up with timely reminders to make sure your voice is heard.
Learn more about the candidates
A full list of who is running is available on SRP’s website. Some candidates have provided additional information, which is viewable by clicking on their names. SUN also surveyed candidates, and you can read their responses here.
Take our pledge to vote in SRP’s 2024 elections today