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For Immediate Release

Early in-person voting to expand this weekend for March election

SANTA ROSA, CA | February 29, 2024

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Early in-person voting for the March 5 Presidential Primary Election will expand this weekend, Deva Marie Proto, Sonoma County Clerk-Recorder-Assessor-Registrar of Voters, announced today. Twenty-four vote centers will open Saturday, joining seven that have been open since February 24, for a total of 31. Voters can vote at any vote center in the county; they are not assigned to a specific location.

All 31 vote centers will have identical hours: March 2 to March 4, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and March 5 (Election Day), from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. A complete list of vote centers is provided below, sorted in alphabetical order by city/place. An asterisk designates a vote center that has been open since February 24. 

Bodega Bay 
Bodega Bay Yacht Club 
565 Smith Brothers Road

Cloverdale Veterans Memorial Building
205 W. 1st St.

Cotati Veterans Memorial Building *
8505 Park Ave., Cotati

Forestville Elementary School
6321 Hwy. 116

Geyserville Fire Station 
20975 Geyserville Ave

Graton Community Club 
8996 Graton Road

Guerneville Regional Library 
14107 Armstrong Woods Road

Healdsburg Community Center *
1557 Healdsburg Ave.

Kenwood Fire Station 
9045 Sonoma Highway

Casa Grande High School
333 Casa Grande Road

Petaluma City Hall 
11 English St.

Petaluma Community Center *
320 N McDowell Blvd.

Petaluma Veterans Memorial Building 
1094 Petaluma Blvd. South

Santa Rosa Junior College – Petaluma
1101 Capri Creek Classroom
680 Sonoma Mountain Parkway

Rohnert Park 
Rohnert Park Community Center
Garden Room 
5401 Snyder Lane

Rohnert Park continued
Rohnert Park Senior Center 
6800 Hunter Drive

Sonoma State University
Tuscany Village, Casentino Rm 
1801 E Cotati Ave.

Santa Rosa 
Elsie Allen High School
599 Bellevue Ave.

Finley Center 
Manzanita Room
2060 W College Ave.

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
50 Mark West Springs Road

Oakmont East Recreation Center 
7902 Oakmont Drive

Rincon Valley Regional Library 
6959 Montecito Blvd.

Santa Rosa Veterans Memorial Building *
North Room
1351 Maple Ave.

Sheppard Elementary School, #34
1777 West Ave.

Sonoma County Registrar of Voters *
435 Fiscal Drive

Spring Lake Middle School 
4675 Mayette Ave.

Sebastopol Center for the Arts
282 S High St.

Altimira Middle School – Library
17805 Arnold Drive

Sonoma Veterans Memorial Building *
126 1st St. West

The Sea Ranch 
North Sonoma Coast Fire Protection District
North Fire Station
39250 Highway 1

Windsor Civic Center, Council Chambers
9291 Old Redwood Highway #40

In accordance with state law, all active registered voters in Sonoma County were mailed a vote-by-mail ballot in early February. Anyone who believes they are registered but did not receive a ballot in the mail should contact the Registrar of Voters Office. Voters who wish to send in their vote-by-mail ballot rather than vote in person can return their ballot in the following ways:

  • Return it through the mail. In order to count, it must be postmarked* on or before Election Day.

*Note: If you are placing your ballot in a USPS collection box on March 5 (Election Day), it is important that you note the last collection time listed on the box. If your ballot is placed in the USPS collection box AFTER the last collection time for that box, it will not be postmarked until the following day.

  • Drop it in one of 21 official ballot drop boxes throughout the county. The drop boxes are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week until 8 p.m. on Election Day.
  • Drop it off at any open vote center.

For a list and map of all vote centers and official ballot drop boxes, including addresses and dates and times they will be open, visit the Sonoma County Registrar of Voters homepage and click on the list of official ballot drop boxes and vote centers link under the “March 2024 Presidential Primary Election” heading.

Notice: No drive-thru drop box at Registrar of Voters Office

The 24/7 drive-through Official Ballot Drop Box that had long been located in front of the Sonoma County Registrar of Voters Office at 435 Fiscal Drive in Santa Rosa is no longer available. Instead, there is a 24/7 official ballot drop box located two blocks away in front of the Sonoma County Administration Building at 575 Administration Drive. In addition, voters are welcome to come inside the Registrar of Voters Office to drop off their ballots during business hours.

The Sonoma County Registrar of Voters Office is located at 435 Fiscal Drive in Santa Rosa. Until further notice, the office will be open weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. In addition, the office will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. this weekend (March 2-3) and from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Election Day itself. For more information, please visit, call (707) 565-6800 (Toll-Free: [800] 750-VOTE [8683]; TDD: [800] 565-6888), email, or visit the office in person.

Contact Information:
Wendy Hudson
Chief Deputy Registrar of Voters
(707) 565-6800

Media Contact:
Gina Stocker, Communications Specialist
(707) 565-3040
575 Administration Drive, Suite 104A
Santa Rosa, CA 95403