Ballot Drop Box

As of April 5, 2021, legislation authorizing the use of 24-hour Drop Boxes is still pending for the June 8, 2021 Primary. 24-hour boxes were temporarily approved for the November 2020 Election and will become permanently authorized on July 1, 2021. Once the Governor of Virginia authorizes use of 24-hour drop boxes for the June 8 Primary, they will be open. Follow ArlingtonVotes on Facebook or Twitter for updates. Until then, ballots can be returned in person to all Early Voting Locations while the sites are open for voting. 

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Regular mail can take up to 10 days within Arlington. We do not recommend mailing a ballot less than 10 days before an election. Completed Mail Ballots can be dropped off at the following locations and times.

Ballots must be dropped off by 7pm Election Night or received in the mail by noon the Friday after the election.

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24-hour Drop Boxes - ALL BOXES ARE CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

Address Description of Location
Courthouse Plaza
2100 Clarendon Blvd
Aurora Hills Community Center
735 18th St S
To the left of the entrance to the community center & library. 
Arlington Mill Community Center
909 S Dinwiddie St
On the sidewalk by the entrance on Dinwiddie St. 
Central Library
1015 N Quincy St
Located off the main parking lot close to the entrance to the ADA ramp. 
Langston-Brown Community Center
2121 N Culpeper St
Located off the main parking lot, on the southwest corner of the building. 
Madison Community Center
3829 N Stafford St
Located to the left of the Stafford St entrance by the dog park. 
Shirlington Library
4200 Campbell Ave
Located to the left of the main entrance into the library. 
Walter Reed Community Center
2909 16th St S
Located along the building to the right of the main entrance to the building. 
Westover Library
1644 N McKinley
Located to the left of the library entrance on McKinley St.