In Person Voting

2024 Presidential Preference Election Voting Locations

All voting locations will be open from 6 AM to 7 PM on Election Day. If you are in line to vote at 7 PM you will have the opportunity to cast your ballot. 

The Voting Precinct you reside in can be found by clicking here and enter your address in the 'Search Address' bar, then click the square highlighted on your address. Once you know your Precinct, find it on the list below for the address of your voting location. Your voting location may be a Vote Center, Precinct-based, or Ballot-by-Mail.

Vote Centers are voting locations open to every eligible voter in the county. Registered residents may visit any Vote Center in the county to receive and cast their official ballot. Flagstaff, Page, Williams, Grand Canyon, and Tuba City will be Vote Center exclusive, other areas in the County will have assigned Precinct-Based locations, or those voters may choose to visit a Vote Center. 

Precinct-Based are voting locations that are assigned to the voters at that specific precinct and voters outside of the precinct will not have the ballot style to vote unless they choose to vote on an ExpressVote.

All registered eligible voters in Ballot-By-Mail Precincts will receive a Presidential Preference Election ballot by mail, even if they are not on the Active Early Ballot List (AEVL). This will not put these voters on the AEVL for the Primary or General Election unless the voter completes an AEVL request. 

Vote Center PrecinctsAddress
Flagstaff Downtown Library1, 3, 28300 W. Aspen Avenue, Flagstaff
Museum of Northern Arizona2, 4, 5, 563101 N. Ft. Valley Road
Grace Community Church6, 7, 9, 29, 40, 81,844295 W. Rt 66, Flagstaff
East Flagstaff Library8,11,15,163000 N. Fourth Street, Flagstaff
South Beaver School10,12,13,14,20,27506 S. Beaver St, Flagstaff
Flagstaff Subaru17, 18, 264910 E. Marketplace, Flagstaff
Christ's Church of Flagstaff19, 24, 253475 Soliere Ave, Flagstaff
Coconino Community College21, 22, 23, 632800 S. Lone Tree Road, Flagstaff
Grand Canyon Shrine Auditorium59, 9720 S. Entrance Road, Grand Canyon Village
Northwoods Church78,79,96,98,99100 N. 100 Pinecrest Trail, Williams 
Tuba City Vote Center93, 94, 95160 Warrior Drive, Tuba City
Page City Hall72, 73, 74, 75679 Vista Ave, Page
Precinct-Based  PrecinctsAddress
Coalmine Chapter House48Coalmine Road, Page 
Cameron Chapter House43US 89, Cameron
Calvary Bible Church506555 Townsend-Winona Road, Flagstaff
Summit Fire Station #3252, 858905 Koch Field Road, Flagstaff
Highlands Fire Station #23623350 Old Munds Highway, Flagstaff
Fredonia Fire Station5820 Brown Street, Fredonia
Bodaway Chapter House42Highway 89, Gap
Coppermine Chapter House4747 Coppermine Chapter House, Coppermine Rd
Inscription House61Tonalea, Arizona
Kaibeto Senior Center6565 Senior Center, Kaibeto
LeChee Chapter House67LeChee, Arizona
Leupp Chapter House69Leupp, Arizona
Upper Moenkopi Community Center70Upper Moenkopi Village
Navajo Mountain71Navajo Mountain, Arizona
Christ Lutheran Church/Sedona82, 8325 Chapel Road, Sedona
Tolani Lake Chapter House88Indian Rt 24, Winslow
Tonalea90
Indian Rt 2121, Tonalea
Ballot By Mail Precincts
Blue Ridge41Ballot by mail or any Vote Center
Forest Lakes53Ballot by mail or any Vote Center
Meteor57Ballot by mail or any Vote Center
Havasupai60Ballot by mail or any Vote Center
Kaibab64Ballot by mail or any Vote Center
Pinewood80Ballot by mail or any Vote Center
Walnut Canyon89Ballot by Mail or any Vote Center

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Eslir Musta
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Flagstaff, AZ 86001


Whitney Juszczak
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