Lafayette Ballot BoxLafayette Ballot Drop-off Box Location, Other County Ballot Drop-off & Early Voting Sites

Post Date: 10/05/2020 2:28 PM City of Lafayette

The Contra Costa County Elections Office has selected a single ballot drop-off site in Lafayette. The ballot drop-off box in Lafayette is located at the Lafayette School District Office, 3477 School Street, Lafayette, CA 94549. (Please note: The County has decided not have a ballot drop-off box at the City Offices as they have in years past.)

The ballot drop-off box at 3477 School Street, Lafayette, is right next to the sidewalk, directly in front of the School District Office. It is the same size as a mailbox, bright white, and is next to a standard US Postal Service mailbox. If coming down School Street from Moraga Road, pass by the first turn into the Band Room and you will see pull-in parking spots (perpendicular to the road). At the end of those parking spaces you will see a mailbox and the white ballot drop-off box. If coming from Topper Lane, pass by the main parking lot, the large building that contains the Multi Purpose Room, and you will see a small garden and the School District Office. In front of the garden is the mailbox and the white ballot drop-off box. 

Other local 24/7 drop-off boxes are located at:

  • Saint Mary’s College – 1928 Saint Mary’s Road Moraga
  • Orinda City Hall – 22 Orinda Way Orinda

Regional Early Voting Sites  will be open Friday, October 30 from 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m., Saturday, October 31 from 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., and Monday, November 2 from 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. The sites are located at:

  • Stone Valley Rd Chapel (in event tent) 2949 Stone Valley Road Alamo
  • Veterans Memorial Bldg. (in event tent) 3780 Mt. Diablo Blvd. Lafayette
  • Moraga Library (in event tent) 1500 St Mary’s Road Moraga
  • Amador Rancho Community Center 1998 Rancho Park Loop San Ramon
  • Heather Farms Park (in event tent) 301 N San Carlos Dr. Walnut Creek

You can find more information about ballot drop-off box locations, early voting sites, contact information, and more, on the County’s Elections Webpage here: