|Location||Address||Map & Directions|
|Boulder County Clerk & Recorder||1750 33rd Street (east side of parking lot)||click for directions|
|Boulder County Courthouse||2025 14th Street (East Wing entrance)||click for directions|
|Boulder County Housing & Human Services||3400 Broadway at Iris Avenue||click for directions|
|CU Campus – UMC||1669 Euclid Avenue (closest to Euclid Avenue entrance)||click for directions|
|CU Campus – Williams Village Center||500 30th Street (bus lane)||click for directions|
|South Boulder Recreation Center||1360 Gillaspie Drive||click for directions|
24-hour Ballot Drop Box Locations by City
|Location||Address||Map & Directions|
|Boulder County Clerk & Recorder||529 Coffman Street (6th Avenue and Coffman Street)||click for directions|
|Boulder County Fairgrounds||9595 Nelson Road (Fairground Lane near south parking lot)||click for directions|
|Front Range Community College||2121 Miller Drive, Classroom Building (C1 Door on Pike Road)||click for directions|
|Garden Acres Park||18th Avenue between Sunset and Juniper||click for directions|
|YMCA||950 Lashley Street||click for directions|
Mailing Your Ballot
- It is too late to mail your ballot (recommended deadline was Oct 25). Please use a 24-hour drop box instead.
- All ballots most be received due by 7 p.m. on Election Day – Tuesday, November 2. Postmarks do not count.
Vote Center General Info
Vote Centers (formally known as Voter Service and Polling Centers) will open for the 2021 Coordinated Election, starting on Monday, October 25.
Visit a Vote Center to:
- Cast a ballot in-person
- Register to vote or update your voter registration information
- Drop off your ballot
- Request a replacement ballot
- Vote using equipment and facilities for persons with disabilities
- Cure your ballot envelope signature
Boulder County Elections will be following all current public health guidelines to ensure the safety of all voters and Vote Center staff. This includes, but is not limited to:
- Voters will be highly encouraged to use face masks or another form of face covering. Disposable face masks will be available for voters arriving without one.
- All election judges, voters, and observers must observe 6 feet of physical distancing at all times both inside and outside Vote Centers.
- Voters will be encouraged to use hand sanitizer upon entry.
- Election judges must wear a face covering provided by Boulder County at all times while in the Vote Center.
- Election judges will disinfect all surfaces, secrecy sleeves, pens, and clipboards voters touch, including voting booths and ballot marking devices, between each use.
Vote Centers dates & days/hours of operation:
- Monday, October 25 – Friday, October 29: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.
- Saturday, October 30: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
- Monday, November 1: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.
- Election Day (Tuesday, November 2): 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Vote Center Locations by City
When can I request a ballot-to-go or a replacement ballot?
Our ballot-to-go service is from Monday, October 25 and will run through Election Day (Nov 2) until 6 p.m. Ballot-to-go is available at all our Vote Center locations this year.
This service can be used for first time ballot requests (just registered, and want to pick-up ballot) or for any voter who needs a replacement ballot (if you have lost, damaged, or never received your ballot in the mail). If you are requesting a replacement because you are registered but never received a mail ballot, please double check the address on your voter registration record at www.GoVoteColorado.gov. In the case of replacement ballots, when your new ballot is issued, the old one will be voided. Please tear up and discard (recycle) your old ballot if you have it or end up finding it.
Monday, October 25 was the last day to register/update your address and still be sent a ballot in the mail. To get a ballot now through Election Day (Nov 2), you have two options: 1) register/check your registration online and then request a Ballot-to-Go, or 2) Visit a Vote Center to register/vote in-person.
How can I request a replacement ballot?
Curbside (and walk-up) Ballot Pickup Available at Vote Centers (see list below) from October 25 – November 2
Step 1: Register to vote or check/update your registration at www. GoVoteColorado.gov.
Step 2: Call 720-440-7886 to order your ballot and choose the Vote Center where you’d like to pick up your ballot. If you just registered to vote or made changes to your registration, please wait at least 2-3 business hours before calling.
Step 3: Pick up your ballot outside your selected Vote Center! Look for designated Ballot-to-Go parking spots. For the walk-up locations at CU, look for Ballot-to-Go signage (see specific pickup locations below).
Vote Centers with Ballot-to-Go (B2G)
All locations besides CU are drive-up. To order your B2G, follow the instructions above (on reverse side of B2G image). When you arrive to pick up your pre-ordered ballot, park in a designated B2G parking spot and someone will come out to assist you. If no one arrives within 5 minutes, call the number on the sign.
Open starting October 25:
- Boulder – Boulder Clerk & Recorder – 1750 33rd Street
- Boulder – CU Campus – University Memorial Center –1669 Euclid Avenue
Walk-up B2G Location – pick-up your ballot from the election judges outside the Vote Center (look for signage)
- Lafayette – Southeast County Services Hub – 1755 S. Public Road
- Longmont – St. Vrain Community Hub – 515 Coffman Street
Other Options for Ballot Replacement
- Visit a Vote Center in-person starting October 25. Be sure to bring current and valid ID!
- Call the Ballot-to-Go hotline at 720-440-7886.
- Request a replacement ballot be mailed to you by calling our office no later than Monday, October 25.