Voter Registration

Voter Registration Now Open at Washington Square Shopping Center

Registrar's Office is Expanding to Better Serve Citizens
The Registrar's Office is in the middle of a move to new, expanded facilities that will better, more conveniently serve York County citizens.

Beginning Friday, September 20, 2019, through the November 5, 2019, election, citizens are able to visit the Registrar's Office at either of two locations. These locations are listed below. Voter registration and absentee voting are available at both.

Washington Square
5322 Geo. Wash. Mem. Hwy
Yorktown, VA 23692


County Administration Center
224 Ballard Street
Yorktown, VA 23690

Following the election, please keep checking for further announcements for the final locations of the Registrar's Office.

Electoral Board Meeting Notice
The York County Electoral Board will meet on Thursday, October 24, 2019, at 6:30 p.m. 

The meeting will take place in the Electoral Board Conference Room, which is located at the Voter Registration Office in Washington Square Shopping Center, 5322 Geo. Wash. Mem. Hwy., Yorktown. - J. Richard Rawls, Chairman; Posted October 10, 2019

York Alert Service: Election Alerts
For several years York County has offered the York Alert service, which allows residents to get alerts about weather conditions and other emergency situations facing the County. Now, through our office's cooperation with the York County Office of Emergency Management, you can get urgent election alerts. Sign up by clicking here. 

Do you want to serve your community as an election official?
You can volunteer by completing an Officer of Election Form.

Register to Vote!
Use the information below to confirm your registration, find out where you vote,
or register to vote.

Are you registered to vote? Confirm your voter registration here.

Where do you vote? Find out your location here.

Do you need to register to vote? Start here to register to vote online, or download a form here to complete, sign, and mail to our office.

Apply for an Absentee Ballot!
Do you need an absentee ballot? Start here to apply for an absentee ballot online, or download a form here to complete, sign, and mail to our office.

Photo ID Information
Photo ID: You will be asked to present an acceptable photo ID when you vote. Click here for information on acceptable photo ID in Virginia.

J. Richard Rawls, Chairman
Phillip C. Wolf, Vice Chairman
Sandra L. Molineaux, Secretary

United States Election Assistance Commission
Virginia Department of Elections