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Posted on: July 28, 2023

[ARCHIVED] Are you interested in becoming a Piqua City Commissioner?

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The City has three available positions; Ward 1 Commissioner, Ward 2 Commissioner, and Ward 5 Commissioner. Click below for our information packet on registering through the Miami County Board of Elections to get on the ballot. 

Piqua is served by five commissioners representing the five wards. View our Interactive Ward Map. This map will allow users to zoom in, search for their address, and click on the parcel to confirm their ward and commissioner. The box adjacent to "Wards" will need to be checked on the right side of the screen under "Layer List" for the ward layer to appear.

Each Commissioner must live within the ward that he/she represents. Any person eligible to the commission may be placed in nomination by a petition filed on their behalf with the election authorities and signed by not less than 50 nor more than 100 electors of his ward as a candidate for ward commissioner.

The election of commissioners is city-wide with the entire city electing all commissioners and is nonpartisan. Elected Commissioners serve a term of four years. 

Piqua City Commission Election Process (PDF)
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