Voting Site Wait Times Lookup Tool

For the November 8, 2022 election, the City Hall Voting Center and 501 polling places will be open for in-person voting and ballot drop-off. Use this tool to look up your assigned polling place, get directions to your polling place or the Voting Center, and check reported wait times.

If you simply wish to drop off your voted ballot that you received in the mail, you may return your ballot to any voting location during voting hours or to one of the City’s 34 official ballot drop boxes. Ballot boxes will be open 24 hours a day between October 10 and the close of polls (8 p.m.) on November 8. For locations, visit the Ballot Drop Box page.

City Hall Voting Center
You can vote, pick up a ballot, or drop off a ballot at the Voting Center.
Polling Place with Your Ballot Type
You will vote provisionally but your ballot will have all the contests on which you are eligible to vote.
Assigned Polling Place
You will be listed on the roster of voters at your assigned polling place.
Polling Place
You may vote a provisional ballot if you visit a polling place to which you are not assigned.
To be counted, ballots returned in person must be returned no later than the close of polls (8 p.m.) on Election Day; ballots returned by mail must be postmarked on or before Election Day. You can search for locations of USPS boxes and pickup times at