Ballot Drop-Off Box Locations in San Gabriel Valley

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This year is unlike any other election year for many reasons, one of the main reasons being the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

By Reina Esparza

Voting in-person is still an option (with face covering and social distancing regulations enforced). But for those who prefer to either vote early and send in their ballot now or to avoid in-person contact come Election Day, Los Angeles County is offering ballot drop-off boxes throughout numerous cities. These boxes are accessible 24 hours a day, so you don’t have to worry about making it to a voting location before closing.

Here is where you can find these boxes in the following cities.

Pasadena

A dome lit at night with a fountain

City Hall courtyard at night (Photo – Gareth Peries‎)

  1. Allendale Library, 1130, S. Marengo Ave.
  2. Grant Park, 232 S. Michigan Ave.
  3. Hastings Library, 3325 E. Orange Grove Blvd.
  4. Jackie Robinson Community Center, 1020 N. Fair Oaks Ave.
  5. Pasadena City Hall, 100 Garfield Ave.
  6. Rose Bowl, 1001 Rose Bowl Dr.
  7. Sierra Madre Villa Gold Line Station, 149 N. Halstead St.
  8. Victory Park, 2575 Paloma St.
  9. Washington Park, 700 E. Washington Blvd.

 

Alhambra

A sign in the middle of a green medium

Alhambra (Photo – Jey0h)

  1. Alhambra Civic Center Library, 101 S. First St.
  2. Granada Park, 2000 W. Hellman Ave.

 

Altadena

A stone building with an amphitheater

Farnsworth Park in Altadena.

  1. Charles S. Farnsworth Park, 568 Mount Curve Ave.
  2. Charles White Park, 77 Mountain View St.

 

Arcadia

lights of cities

An office with a view (Photo- twitter,@ArcadiaPD).

  1. Arcadia City Hall, 240 W. Huntington Dr.
  2. Tierra Verde Park, 200 E. Camino Real St.

 

Glendale

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Glendale Central Library (Photo – glendaleca.gov)

  1. Dunsmore Park, 4700 Dunsmore Ave.
  2. Glendale Central Library, 222 E. Harvard St.
  3. Glendale Sports Complex, 2200 Fern Ln.
  4. Grandview Branch Library, 1535 5th St.
  5. La Crescenta Library, 2809 Foothill Blvd.
  6. Montrose-Crescenta Branch Library 2465 Honolulu Ave.
  7. Pacific Park Library 501 S. Pacific Ave.
  8. Verdugo Park, 1621 Canada Blvd.
  9. Wilson Mini Park, 1101 E. Wilson Ave.

 

Monrovia

Monrovia old town Christmas (Photo - gemcityimages.com).

Monrovia old town Christmas (Photo – gemcityimages.com).

  1. Monrovia Public Library, 321 S. Myrtle Ave.

 

Monterey Park

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Monterey Park City Hall (Photo – montereypark.ca.gov)

  1. East Los Angeles College, 1301 Avenida Cesar Chavez
  2. Monterey Park City Hall, 320 W. Newmark Ave.
  3. Sierra Vista Park, 311 N. Rural Dr.

 

San Gabriel City

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San Gabriel Library (Photo – lacountylibrary.org)

  1. San Gabriel Library, 500 S. Del Mar Ave.
  2. Smith Park, 232 W. Broadway
  3. Vincent Lugo Park, 300 W. Wells St.

 

San Marino

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San Marino City Hall (Photo – cityofsanmarino.org)

  1. San Marino City Hall, 2200 Huntington Dr.

 

Sierra Madre

a building with a lawn in front of it

Sierra Madre City Hall (Photo- cityofsierramadre.com)

  1. Sierra Madre City Hall, 232 W. Sierra Madre Blvd.

 

South Pasadena

a plain looking givernment budiling

South Pasadena City Hall (Photo – Zscout370).

  1. South Pasadena City Hall, 1414 Mission St.

It’s a great day to vote.

Reina Esparza is the former editor for the Courier at Pasadena City College. She’s currently a journalism student at Cal State Long Beach.

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