Important Polling Place Update And Voting Safety Precautions
Tuesday, March 17th is Election Day
All regular polling places will be open 7 AM – 7 PM including county facilities that are closed due to COVID-19
With one exception-Emergency change of polling place
Pct. 306 Coquina Crossing Community Center has been moved to
Good News Church 1357 Wildwood Dr. St. Augustine
On Tuesday all regular polling places will be open 7 AM – 7 PM, including county facilities that are closed due to COVID-19, with one exception. Pct. 306 Coquina Crossing Community Center has been moved to Good News Church 1357 Wildwood Dr., St. Augustine.
Among concerns of the coronavirus, many voters in St. Johns County will travel to their local neighborhood polling place to exercise their right to vote. Hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes will be provided at all voting locations for use by poll workers and voters. Workers will be cleaning surfaces on a regular basis. It’s important everyone use common sense and follow good basic hygiene – wash your hands regularly.
On election day voters are required to vote at their precinct; however, in cases of an emergency to the extent the voter will be unable to go to their assigned polling place, they may vote by mail at the Elections Office upon completion of the affidavit required by s. 101.62(4)(c)5, Florida Statutes.
Remember: Vote by mail ballots MUST be returned to the Elections Office no later than 7 PM on Tuesday in order to count. Vote by mail ballots cannot be turned in at the polls. There is a 24 hr. drop box in front of the Elections Office. Red Drop boxes are no longer available on election day.
For more information or to locate your election day polling place visit www.votesjc.com or call 904.823-2238.