Keep Sedona Beautiful believes in the power of the vote.
2020 is shaping up to be a landmark election year, partly due to the importance of the issues facing us and partly due to the pandemic.
Voting by mail is the simplest and safest way for you to vote this year.
In Yavapai County, early voting drop-off locations are:
- Camp Verde – Town Hall, 473 South Main
- Camp Verde – Yavapai-Apache Nation Community Center, 3462 Smith Ave
- Chino Valley – Town Hall, 202 N State Route 89
- Clarkdale – Town Hall, 39 North 9th Street
- Cottonwood – County Administration Building, 10 South 6th Street
- Dewey-Humboldt – Town Hall, 2735 S Highway 69
- Jerome – Town Hall, 600 Clark Street
- Paulden – Town Hall, 600 Clark St.
- Prescott – County Administration Building, 1015 Fair Street
- Prescott Valley – Town Hall, 7501 Civic Circle
- Sedona – City Hall, 102 Roadrunner Drive
- Skull Valley – U.S. Post Office, 3085 S Iron Springs Rd.
- Spring Valley – Public Library, 17320 E Mule Deer Dr.
- Village of Oak Creek – 125 Slide Rock Rd (behind Fire Station)
In Coconino County, early voting drop-off locations are:
- Flagstaff – Coconino County Elections Downtown Flagstaff Office, 110 E Cherry Ave
- Flagstaff – Coconino County Elections Drive-Up Window Service, 2304 N 3rd St
- Flagstaff – Coconino County Health & Human Services Building, 2625 N King St
- Flagstaff – Coconino County Community Development Office, 2500 N Fort Valley Rd
- Flagstaff – Eastside Elections Office, Flagstaff Mall (next to Dillard’s), 4650 N. US Highway 89
- Sedona – Sedona City Hall, 102 Roadrunner Dr
- Page – Page City Hall, 697 Vista Ave
- Tuba City – Tuba City Elections Office, Main Street
Our democracy depends on it!