Tisbury voters will head to the polls Tuesday for the annual town election, which includes a ballot question to approve funding for a feasibility study toward a new Tisbury school.

The election will be held at the town emergency services facility at 215 Spring street; polls are open from noon to 8 p.m.

One of three ballot questions would approve a Proposition 2 1/2 override for a $825,000 feasibility study, schematic design and site testing, the first step in an effort to replace the Tisbury school, which was built in 1929.

In January, the school learned it advanced to the next step of a state grant process that is expected to lead to funding for a new school.

Two other Proposition 2 1/2 override questions became moot after the town meeting, though they will still appear on the ballot. With funding for several items withdrawn on the town meeting floor, a general override of $350,000 is no longer needed.

A $300,000 proposal to bury utilities underground along Beach Road also failed to gain the required two-thirds majority at town meeting.

There are no contested races on the ballot and nearly all candidates are incumbents. Longtime selectman Tristan Israel will seek his eighth term in office.

Michael Ciancio is a write-in candidate for constable; there are no candidates for that position listed on the ballot.