With only a few days left in the vote-by-mail election period, Washington County has received 289,567 ballots, or about 22 percent of all registered voters in the county so far.
Drop-off Sites Available
Ballots will also be collected until 8 p.m. Tuesday at several official drop-off sites throughout the county. All official drop-off sites are listed on the county's website. Many WCCLS libraries have ballot boxes available.
24-hour Drop-off Sites
Voters may drop off their completed ballots at several 24-hour drop off sites, including:
- Washington County Elections Office, 3700 S.W. Murray Boulevard, Beaverton (Look for the slot in the front lobby and drive-through service in the front parking lot on Tuesday, November 3.)
- Washington County Charles D. Cameron Public Services Building, 155 N. 1st Avenue, Hillsboro (Look for the drop box near the rear entrance of building.)
- Banks Public Library
- Cornelius City Hall, 1355 N. Barlow Street, Cornelius
- Forest Grove, Pacific Avenue and Birch Street, Forest Grove
- Hillsboro Main Library
- King City - City Hall, 15300 S.W. 116th Avenue, King City
- North Plains City Hall, 31360 N.W. Commercial Street, North Plains
- Sherwood City Hall, 22560 S.W. Pine Street, Sherwood
- Tigard City Hall, 13125 S.W. Hall Boulevard, Tigard
- Tualatin City Offices, 18880 SW Martinazzi Avenue, Tualatin
Indoor Drop-Off Sites
Official drop boxes at indoor locations include:
- Beaverton City Library
- Cedar Mill Community Library
- Garden Home Community Library
- Hillsboro Library Shute Park Branch
- West Slope Community Library
Saturday Hours to Help Meet Election Deadline
To assist with the last-minute rush of voters, the County Elections Office at 3700 S.W. Murray Boulevard will be open this Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Voters with questions or concerns are welcome to call or visit during these Saturday hours.
Drive-through Service on Election Day Only
A drive-through service will be provided at 3700 S.W. Murray Boulevard on November 3 only. This drive-through service will be offered from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and will be accessible from the right-most northbound lane of S.W. Murray Boulevard, just north of the Tualatin Valley Highway.