- Waukee follows Code of Iowa Chapter 45 for elections.
- There is no ward system for the City of Waukee; all Council members are elected at-large.
- City elections are non-partisan.
- Candidates must submit at least 25 signatures on nomination petitions.
Beginning with the 2015 City elections and in accordance with Code of Iowa (2017) (PDF), nominations for City office shall be filed with the Dallas County Commissioner of Elections. Affidavits of Candidacy and Nomination Petitions will no longer be accepted by the City Clerk and instead must be delivered to the Dallas County Commissioner of Elections.
Visit the Iowa Secretary of State website to enter your address and see where you vote. If you have any questions regarding your precinct, polling location or the elections process, contact the Dallas County Auditor & Commissioner of Elections.
If you know your precinct number, these are the respective locations:
|Waukee 1||Immanuel Lutheran Church, 900 Warrior Lane|
|Waukee 2||Waukee Christian Church, 29043 T Avenue|
|Waukee 3||Waukee Community Center, 675 Walnut|
|Waukee 4||Westview Church, 1155 SE Boone Drive|
|Waukee 5||St. Boniface Church, 1200 Warrior Lane|
|Waukee 6||Waukee Schools Administrative Bldg., 560 SE University Avenue|
2018 General Election
The next General Election is scheduled for November 6, 2018. Absentee voting in Dallas County begins October 8 with a final postmark date of November 5, 2018. Learn more about absentee ballots.
The Dallas County Office of Elections is seeking precinct workers for Election Day. See the Poll Worker Guide.