An Important Message from Santa Rosa Mayor Tom Schwedhelm
Tomorrow (November 3rd), City of Santa Rosa voters will be making their voices heard. November 3rd is also the last day to cast your votes in the 2020 Consolidated General Election. You can use the Sonoma County Registrar of Voters address lookup tool to find the Voting Center and Ballot Drop Box locations that are nearest to where you live here.
Ensuring that residents can safely cast their vote is a priority for the City of Santa Rosa. The Santa Rosa Police Department plans to increase staffing to respond, as needed, to issues related to voter safety. Interrupting voting operations or voter intimidation will not be tolerated. Voters experiencing any issues at the polls can contact the Sonoma County Registrar of Voters at 800-750-8683. Voters experiencing any safety concerns can contact the Santa Rosa Police Department at 707-528-5222.
Whether you are voting by mail, via ballot drop box, or in-person at a polling place, now is the time for your voice to be heard! The City of Santa Rosa is committed to making sure Election Day is safe for everyone.