Vote Centers

Find a Vote Center that's convenient to you!

Under the Voter's Choice Act, the Yolo County Elections Office has opened Vote Centers throughout the county to serve voters during an election. Open more days and providing more services, Vote Centers replaced traditional neighborhood polling places.

Three (3) Vote Centers are open for 11 days

Open Saturday, May 28 to Monday, June 6, 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

  • Veterans Memorial Center Multipurpose Room, 203 E 14th Street, Davis 95616
  • West Sacramento City Hall Galleria Rooms 157 & 160, 1110 W Capitol Avenue, West Sacramento 95691
  • Yolo County Administration Building Room 106, 625 Court Street, Woodland 95695

Ten (10) Additional Vote Centers are open for 4 days

Open Saturday, June 4 to Monday Monday, June 6, 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

  • UC Davis ARC - Ballroom A & B, 760 Orchard Road, Davis 95616
  • Montgomery Elementary School Multipurpose Room, 1441 Danbury Street, Davis 95618
  • Emerson Junior High School Multipurpose Room, 2121 Calaveras Avenue, Davis 95616
  • Esparto Community Hall, 17020 Yolo Avenue, Esparto 95627 
  • Bridgeway Lakes Boathouse, 3650 Southport Parkway, West Sacramento 95691
  • Bryte CCT - Bryte Cafe Multipurpose Room, 637 Todhunter Avenue, West Sacramento 95605
  • Public Safety Facility EOC Training Room, 702 W Main Street, Winters 95694
  • Woodland High School Gymnasium, 21 N West Street, Woodland 95695
  • Pioneer High School Cafeteria, 1400 Pioneer Avenue, Woodland 95776
  • Woodland Community & Senior Center Ballroom 3, 2001 East Street, Woodland 95776

ALL 13 Vote Centers locations are open on Election Day

Open Tuesday, June 7, 2022, from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 pm.

Just like a polling place, voters who are in line at the close of polls at 8:00 p.m. will be allowed to vote.

Services at Vote Centers

At Vote Centers you may:

  • Cast a live ballot

Voters sign-in on the ePollbook to receive a paper ballot or vote on the ballot marking device. The ballot marking device prints a paper ballot. The voted ballot is placed directly into the ballot box (black case). 

  • Drop off a voted vote-by-mail (VBM) ballot

Voters dropping off a vote-by-mail ballot will be reminded to verify that their vote-by-mail return identification envelope has been properly signed and filled out. If you plan to help a friend or family member by returning their voted VBM ballot, be sure that the "authorized agent" portion of the envelope is filled out. The VBM ballots will be placed in the blue ballot box.  

  • Register to vote and cast a "conditional voter registration" ballot 

Voters who have missed the voter registration deadline may appear in person at a Vote Center to register to vote and vote conditionally. After the voter marks their ballot, it is placed into an envelope specifically for conditional voter registration and voting. Provisional voting is offered to voters who aren't eligible for conditional voter registration. Conditional/provisional ballots, in their sealed envelopes, are placed in the yellow ballot box.

  • Receive assistance in your own language

Many Vote Centers have bilingual Election Workers to assist voters; however, every Vote Center has bilingual voter assistance in at least 30 languages through the Secretary of State's interpreter hotline.

  • Pick up a replacement vote-by-mail ballot for yourself

Voters who lost or damaged their ballot can pick up a new ballot at a Vote Center. If a voter can't get to a Vote Center to get a new ballot, they should contact our office at (800) 649-9943 or [email protected] 

  • Update your voter registration

Voters who want to update their voter registration can do so by completing a new voter registration form or going online to If you want to update your voter registration in person - come to a Vote Center.

  • Mark a ballot privately and independently using an ADA-accessible ballot marking device.

The ballot marking device is available to anyone. The ballot marking device has an audio ballot and features to assist voters with low vision and dexterity issues that hinder marking a paper ballot with a pen.