Voting Locations - Vote Centers

There are more days and more ways to vote in addition to Election Day.

If you would like to serve as an Election Worker at Vote Center, please visit our "Be an Election Worker" page. Bilingual applicants and applicants with disabilities are encouraged!

Vote Centers Open for 11 Days

Saturday, October 29, 2022 to Monday, November 7, 2022 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. &
Election Day, Tuesday, November 8, 2022 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

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

Vote Centers Open for 4 days

Saturday, November 5, 2022 to Monday, November 7, 2022 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 pm. &
Election Day, Tuesday, November 8, 2022 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

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

What can you do at Vote Centers in Yolo County?

Friendly, trained Election Workers who are ready to help you:

  • Cast a live ballot by putting it directly into a ballot box at the Vote Center (VC).
  • Drop off a voted vote-by-mail ballot for yourself or as an authorized agent of someone else's voted vote-by-mail ballot.
  • Receive bilingual assistance. Yolo County uses a telephonic interpreter service when no bilingual staff member is available. 
  • 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.
  • Pick up a replacement vote-by-mail ballot for yourself. 
  • Pick up a replacement envelope for your vote-by-mail ballot.
  • Register to vote and cast a “conditional voter registration” ballot. Conditional voting, sometimes called same-day registration, is for people who missed the voter registration deadline.
  • Update your voter registration. We rely on voters to keep their information up to date or let us know if they are receiving someone else's election mail. Voters must update their voter registration information whenever they move, change their name, or change parties. 

What you cannot do at Vote Centers in Yolo County

Within the immediate vicinity of a person in line to cast their ballot or within 100 feet of the entrance of a Vote Center, curbside voting or Ballot Drop Box the following activities are prohibited:

  • Do not ask a person to vote for or against any candidate or ballot measure on the ballot.
  • Do not display a candidate's or measure's name, image, or logo if the contest is on the ballot.
  • Do not block access to or loiter near any ballot drop boxes.
  • Do not provide any material or audible information for or against any candidate or ballot measure near any vote center or ballot drop box.
  • Do not circulate any petitions, including for initiatives, referenda, recall, or candidate nominations.
  • Do not distribute, display, or wear any clothing (hats, shirts, signs, buttons, stickers, or other paraphernalia) that include a candidate's name, image, logo, and/or support or oppose any candidate or ballot measure on the ballot.
  • Do not display information or speak to a voter about the voter's eligibility to vote.