Election FAQs

City Council elections are held the first Tuesday in April on odd numbered years.

The Mayor and Council Members are elected to staggered four-year terms.

Statements of candidacy and nomination petitions for two Council member positions for the City of Greenville are available at the office of the City Clerk.

The filing period for these petitions will be December 12th through December 19, 2022 in the office of the City Clerk from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The Consolidated General Election will be held April 4, 2023.



 How do I register to vote?

Voters in Greenville can register to vote at the Bond County Clerk's office located at 200 W College Avenue.  Voter Registration Requirements

 Where do I vote?

Contact the Bond County Clerk's office located at 200 W. College Avenue for information regarding where to vote.

 Who should I contact with further questions?

Questions regarding the election of city officials can be directed to the Greenville City Clerk.

Questions regarding the general election should be directed to the Bond County Clerk.

 What if I want to run for Mayor or a City Council position?

Greenville city council positions are elected at-large.  Approximately six months prior to the April odd-year election, the City Clerk will prepare a public notice that candidate packets are available for city-elected positions.  The fiing date for petitions will be announced and all candidates must submit all the appropriate paperwork during that time.  For additional information contact the city clerk or the Illinois State Elections website.