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Get informed on the June 7 local election

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Get informed on the June 7 local election

Any Santa Cruz County voter can go to any voting location in the county. Once a location opens for voting, the hours are:

  • 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday.
  • 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
  • 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Election Day June 7.

Two locations opened May 9:

  • Santa Cruz: Santa Cruz County Clerk/Elections Office at 701 Ocean St., Room 310.
  • Watsonville: Watsonville City Clerk’s Office, 275 Main St., fourth floor.

Three locations will open May 28:

  • Aptos: Temple Beth El, 3055 Porter Gulch Road.
  • Live Oak: Santa Cruz County Sheriff’s Office, 5200 Soquel Ave.
  • Scotts Valley: Scotts Valley Community Center, 360 Kings Village Road.

Thirteen locations will open June 4:

  • Aptos: St. John’s Episcopal Church, 125 Canterbury Drive.
  • Bonny Doon: Bonny Doon Elementary School, 1492 Pine Flat Road.
  • Boulder Creek: Boulder Creek Fire Station, 13230 Highway 9.
  • Capitola: New Brighton Middle School, 250 Washburn Ave.
  • Felton: Zayante Fire Department, 7700 E. Zayante Road.
  • Interlaken: Lakeview Middle School, 2350 E. Lake Ave.
  • La Selva Beach: La Selva Beach Clubhouse, 314 Estrella Ave.
  • Santa Cruz: Kaiser Permanente Arena, 140 Front St.
  • Santa Cruz: Masonic Philosophical Society study center, 828 N. Branciforte Ave.
  • Santa Cruz: UC Santa Cruz Stevenson Event Center, 520 Cowell-Stevenson Road.
  • Scotts Valley: Scotts Valley High School, 555 Glenwood Drive.
  • Soquel: Soquel High School, 401 Old San Jose Road.
  • Watsonville: Pajaro Valley Community Health Trust, 85 Nielson St.

The “VoteMobile” van also will offer voter services throughout the county. The schedule will be posted on the county elections website.

—Kara Meyberg Guzman

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