Getting to the Vote
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Getting to the Vote

Where do I vote?

  • Check your voter notification card, or once it is set up closer to Election Day, visit our Voting Station Locator to find your voting station for Election Day, as well as a complete list of advance voting locations.
  • Voter Notification Cards will be mailed to each eligible voter in September, 2018. If you do not receive a Voter Notification Card, please contact the City Clerk’s office at (519) 255-6285.

Free Transit to Vote

If you are an eligible voter, you may ride the bus for free when you go to vote. Present your Voter Notification Card to the bus driver on your way to and from voting.

Parking

Each voting station was selected to ensure that there will be adequate parking, washroom facilities, and wheelchair accessibility. In some cases, the Traffic Engineering Department will provide temporary parking spots on the street in front of the voting station.

Office of the City Clerk
Sutie 530 - 350 City Hall Square West
Windsor, ON   Canada   N9A 6S1
Phone: For general election information, call 311.
For detailed election inquiries, please call (519) 255-6285.
Fax: (519) 255-6868
Email: clerkselections@citywindsor.ca
 
 

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