All voters are assigned a voting precinct when they register. This location can be found on your voter identification card. Unless you vote absentee, you must vote at your polling location on the election day. Polls are open from 7 a.m. - 8 p.m. for every election. There are also five official drop boxes located throughout the city for voters to use. These drop boxes are secure and checked regularly leading up to each election.
Although it doesn't happen very often, polling locations may change so it's a good idea to double-check before heading to the polls. You can view the City of Kalamazoo's precincts and polling locations using our GIS maps or the Michigan Voter Information Center. You can always call 311 or (269) 337-8000 for help too. Polling locations are for in-person voting only. You cannot return any applications, forms, or documents to a polling location.
Drop Box Locations
- City Hall, on St. John’s Place near Lovell Street
- Douglass Community Association, 1000 W. Paterson Street
- City of Kalamazoo Stockbridge Office, 415 E. Stockbridge Ave
- Eastside Neighborhood Association, 1301 E. Main Street
- Kalamazoo Public Safety Station 7, 2331 Parkview Avenue
Drop boxes can accept any voting related materials, like absentee ballots or absentee ballot applications. Absentee ballots must be returned by 8 p.m. on Election Day to be counted.