Beginning with the Aug. 8 Primary Election, registered voters in the City of Marquette’s Precincts 3
and 5 will have a new polling location.
Voters in Precinct 3 will now vote in the Baraga Gym, located in the lower level of Marquette City
Hall, at 300 W. Baraga Ave. Voters from Precincts 1 and 2 will continue to vote in this location. The
boundaries of Precinct 3 are defined as follows: Beginning at the intersection of US – 41 and the west
city limits, then east to Washington Street, then east on Washington Street to McClellan Avenue, then
north on McClellan Avenue to Fair Avenue, then east on Fair Avenue to Lincoln Avenue, then north
on Lincoln Avenue to Wright Street, then west on Wright Street to East Avenue which is also the
west city limits, then south on the city limits to the point of beginning.
Voters in Precinct 5 will now vote in the YMCA of Marquette County, located at 1420 Pine St.
Voters from Precincts 6 and 7 will continue to vote in this location. The boundaries of Precinct 5 are
defined as follows: Beginning at the intersection of Seventh Street and Washington Street, then east
on Washington Street to Fourth Street, then south on Fourth Street to Fisher Street, then east on
Fisher Street to Front Street, then south on Front Street to the US – 41 trunk line, then east on US – 41
extended to the shoreline of Lake Superior, then north on the shoreline of Lake Superior to Ridge
Street extended, then west on Ridge Street extended and Ridge Street to High Street, then north on
High Street to Arch Street, then west on Arch Street to Front Street, then north on Front Street to Fair
Avenue, then west on Fair Avenue to Presque Isle Avenue, then south on Presque Isle Avenue to
Hewitt Avenue, then west on Hewitt Avenue to Seventh Street, then south on Seventh Street to the
point of beginning.
Voters in Precinct 4 will continue to vote at 1100 Wright Street, with the polling location now
located on the main floor of the City’s new Municipal Service Center.
The polling locations were shifted in a temporary manner in February of 2016. This relocation
represents a long-term alignment for the City of Marquette’s seven Election Precincts. In accordance
with MCL 168.662, the Marquette City Commission approved this relocation during the May 8
Voters impacted by this shift will receive new blue and white voter ID cards in the mail in the coming
weeks. Election Day signage will also be posted, and a map is attached to this document. The City
will be reminding residents of these changes as the Primary Election approaches.