There is no shortage of vote centers for local residents. Outside of the 14 local vote centers, including two in nearby Altadena, local residents can vote at any center throughout the county, regardless of their place of residence.
The centers will be open daily from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Monday and an extra hour on Election Day from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
In Pasadena, the following voting centers are open:
- Rosemont Pavilion – North Warehouse at 700 Seco St.
- Pasadena City College – Creveling Lounge at 1570 E. Colorado Blvd.
- Villa Parke Community Center, Auditorium at 363 E. Villa St.
- First United Methodist Church, Great Hall at 500 E. Colorado Blvd.
- Octavia E. Butler Middle School, Gymnasium at 1505 N. Marengo Ave.
- Red Hen Press, Literary Center at 1540 Lincoln Ave.
- Webster Elementary School, Auditorium at 2101 E. Washington Blvd.
- Westminster Presbyterian Church, Lawrence Chapel and Library at 1757 N. Lake Ave.
- Blair High School, Gymnasium at 1201 S. Marengo Ave.
- Victory Park, Gymnasium at 2575 Paloma St.
- First Taiwanese Presbyterian Church, Social Hall at 2425 Seneca St.
- H and H Jivalagian Youth Center at 2242 E. Foothill Blvd.
- Charles S. Farnsworth Park Auditorium, 568 E. Mount Curve Ave.
- Franklin Elementary School Auditorium, 527 W. Ventura.
Residents can visit any vote center throughout the county through Election Day, regardless of their place of residence. Residents can locate the nearest vote center by searching online at locator.lavote.gov.
Vote-by-mail ballots were sent to every registered voter in the county — roughly 5.6 million people. Residents can still drop those ballots in the mail, or place them inside drop boxes around the county. The ballots can also be turned in at any vote center.