Ballot Drop Boxes and VSPC Locations

Conveniently located secure 24-hour mail ballot drop boxes and Voter Service and Polling Centers are available for the 2019 Coordinated Election.

Access the list of all Voter Service and Polling Centers and Secure 24-Hour Ballot Drop Boxes here.

Secure 24-Hour Ballot Drop Boxes

The Clerk’s Office has added 10 new secure 24-hour mail ballot drop boxes throughout the County, making it even easier to return your ballot!  A total of 26 drop boxes are available, including at campuses for Pikes Peak Community College and the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs and Monument Park ‘n Ride.

Map to Secure 24-Hour Ballot Drop Box Locations

Drive Times Map for Ballot Drop Boxes

Voter Service and Polling Centers

There are seven conveniently located Voter Service and Polling Centers (VSPCs) for the 2019 Coordinated Election.  Voters can visit any location to register to vote, update your voter registration, request a replacement ballot, mark your ballot using an ADA accessible ballot marking device, or drop off your ballot.

Map to Voter Service and Polling Center Locations

Drive Times Map to VSPCs