Polling Stations for Sebastian Voters

Polling stations
Polling stations

This year, there are three polling stations in Sebastian and a few changes on where to vote. So please, read before going to voting on Nov. 2, 2021.

Make sure you know your precinct where to vote. Listed below are the ONLY LOCATIONS:

  • Elks Lodge – 731 S Fleming St, Sebastian, FL 32958 (772-589-1516)
  • Sebastian Community Center – 1805 N Central Ave, Sebastian, FL 32958 (772-589-1009)
  • Sebastian Christian Church – 190 Day Dr, Sebastian, FL 32958 (772-388-0410)

If you do not know your precinct, then visit Find My Precinct.

There is NO VOTING at City Hall in Sebastian, the American Legion, or the St Sebastian Catholic Church.

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Also, you cannot drop off your MAIL-IN BALLOT at City Hall. You must go to one of the locations listed above according to your precinct, if you want to drop-off your ballot. MAIL-IN BALLOTS have to be dropped off at the Supervisor of Elections at 4375 43rd Avenue, Vero Beach, FL 32967. For more information, call them at (772) 226-4700.

If you are still undecided about Sebastian City Council, you can read our Sebastian Daily recommendations. There is also information about the candidates we didn’t endorse.

In addition, you can also watch the Sebastian Daily and Taxpayers Association of IRC candidates forum online.

It’s important to vote this year to prevent a low turnout for City Council. It matters!

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