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Election Day: Last chance to drop off ballots

Today is the final day Burbank residents can cast their vote for two Burbank City Council seats and three school board seats.

Residents may drop off their vote-by-mail ballots at The City Clerk’s office on 275 East Olive Avenue until 7 p.m. this evening. Ballots sent via mail today will not be counted, and must be dropped off at designated locations. This is a vote-by-mail ballot election only, and there are no designated polling stations. Alternative drop off centers also open until 7 p.m. include:

Buena Vista Branch Library – 300 North Buena Vista Street

Joslyn Center - 1301 West Olive Avenue


McCambridge Recreation Center - 1515 North Glenoaks Boulevard

Tuttle Center – 1731 North Ontario Street

Enclosed ballots must be submitted in person to one of the official drop-off centers listed above using the return/identification envelope provided in the voting packet, and must include a signature on the back of the identification/return envelope.

In case of illness, physical disability, you may designate a spouse, child, parent, grandparent, grandchild, brother, sister or person living in same household to return the ballot for you. If someone other than you returns the ballot, you must print his or her name and indicate his/her relationship to you on the indentification/envelope and that person must sign on the signature line next to his/her printed name.


For more information regarding Election Day please visit the City of Burbank’s website.