There are six new drop-off locations in Contra Costa County for the November 2016 Election; the Discovery Bay Community Center, the Kensington Library, the El Sobrante Library, the Crockett Library, the Ygnacio Valley Library and the Dougherty Station Library.
Voters will find the drop-off boxes at these new locations, in addition to all Contra Costa city halls and the County Administration Building, located at 651 Pine St. in Martinez.
Contra Costa voters can drop their “vote by mail ballots” at any location, regardless of where they live. The distinguishable red boxes are available now during the location’s normal business hours. The City of San Pablo's drop off box is located at 13831 San Pablo Avenue, Building 1, in San Pablo and will be available Monday through Thursday between 7:30am and 6:00pm.
The postage for vote-by-mail envelopes this election is 68 cents; however, the drop-box service eliminates the need for those stamps. Staff members will have the popular “I Voted” stickers available for those who drop off their ballots.
For more information about voting by mail, call 925-335-7800 or visit the Elections Office website at www.cocovote.us.