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Floyd County Indiana Vote Centers

On February 15, 2012 a Study Group met to discuss the future of elections in Floyd County. The group included county council and commissioner members, political party members, poll workers, advocates for persons with special needs and the public. The meetings were called by the Floyd County Election Board and by November, 2012 we had a unanimously adopted Vote Center Plan with new election machines and e-poll books from the election company RBM. Vote Centers have been successfully piloted in several Indiana Counties and we are excited to join them.

The Vote Center concept allows the voter to have more flexibility in where they vote. Under the precinct elections the voter is required to go to their assigned polling site. In every election there are a multitude of voters at the wrong location and they then have to travel to the correct polling site; in this scenario often times the voter couldn’t get to polls before it closed or didn’t or couldn’t want to take the time to go to another location.

A vote Center concept allows the County Commissioners to designate vote center locations and the voter can stop and vote at ANY vote center. There are several early voting sites available as early as two weeks before an Election. Voters still have the option to vote absentee by mail or by Travel Board.

Floyd County Indiana Vote Centers

On February 15, 2012 a Study Group met to discuss the future of elections in Floyd County. The group included county council and commissioner members, political party members, poll workers, advocates for persons with special needs and the public. The meetings were called by the Floyd County Election Board and by November, 2012 we had a unanimously adopted Vote Center Plan with new election machines and e-poll books from the election company RBM. Vote Centers have been successfully piloted in several Indiana Counties and we are excited to join them.

The Vote Center concept allows the voter to have more flexibility in where they vote. Under the precinct elections the voter is required to go to their assigned polling site. In every election there are a multitude of voters at the wrong location and they then have to travel to the correct polling site; in this scenario often times the voter couldn’t get to polls before it closed or didn’t or couldn’t want to take the time to go to another location.

A vote Center concept allows the County Commissioners to designate vote center locations and the voter can stop and vote at ANY vote center. There are several early voting sites available as early as two weeks before an Election. Voters still have the option to vote absentee by mail or by Travel Board.

EARLY VOTING IN THE FLOYD COUNTY CLERK’S OFFICE

  • April 5th – April 29th (Monday - Friday from 8:00am - 4:00pm) and ending May 2nd at noon.
  • October 12th – November 4th (Monday - Friday from 8:00am - 4:00pm) and ending November 7th at noon.

EARLY VOTING AT THE FOLLOWING SATELLITE LOCATIONS

  • April 25th – April 29th (Monday - Friday 10am - 7:00pm)
  • October 31st – November 4th (Monday - Friday 10am - 7:00pm)
# Satellite Voting Centers Location City
1 New Albany Library 180 W. Spring St. New Albany
2 Sojourn Church  2023 Ekin Ave New Albany
3 4-H Fairgrounds 2810 Green Valley Rd New Albany
4 American Legion Post #42 4530 Paoli Pike Floyds Knobs
5 John Jones Automotive 9249 Highway 150 Greenville
6 CrossRoad Church 6614 State Rd 64 Georgetown

EARLY VOTING ON THE 2 SATURDAYS PRIOR TO ELECTION DAY

  • April 23rd and April 30th hours of (Saturdays 8:00am-4:00pm)
  • October 29th and November 5th hours of (Saturdays 8:00am-4:00pm)
# Satellite Voting Centers Location City
1 Floyd County Clerk’s Office 311 Hauss Sq. room 235 New Albany
2 New Albany Library 180 W Spring Street New Albany
3 Sojourn Church 2023 Ekin Avenue New Albany
4 Silver Street Park 2043 Silver Street New Albany
5 4-H Fairgrounds 2810 Green Valley Road New Albany
6 Trinity United Methodist 2796 Charlestown Road New Albany
7 American Legion Post 42 4530 Paoli Pike Floyds Knobs
8 John Jones Automotive 9249 Highway 150 Greenville
9 CrossRoad Church 6614 State Road 64 Georgetown

FLOYD COUNTY INDIANA VOTE CENTERS

 The following sites will be open on Election Day from 6 am – 6 pm. Registered Floyd County Voters can vote at ANY of these vote centers. 

# Vote Center Address City
1 New Albany Library 180 W. Spring Street New Albany
2 Scribner Middle School 910 Old Vincennes Road New Albany
3 New Albany Fire Department 316 E Spring Street New Albany
4 New Albany Housing Authority 300 Erni Avenue New Albany
5 Sojourn Church 2023 Ekin Avenue New Albany
6 Silver Street Park 2043 Silver Street New Albany
7 Slate Run Elementary School 1452 Slate Run Road New Albany
8 4-H Fairgrounds 2810 Green Valley Road New Albany
9 Bonnie Sloan American Legion 1930 McDonald Lane New Albany
10 Grace Lutheran Church 1787 Klerner Lane New Albany
11 Trinity United Methodist 2796 Charlestown Road New Albany
12 Prosser School of Technology 4202 Charlestown Road New Albany
13 Pineview Government Center 2524 Corydon Pike New Albany
14 American Legion Post 42 4530 Paoli Pike Floyds Knobs
15 Floyds Knobs Community Club 4032 Weber Lane Floyds Knobs
16 John Jones Automotive 9249 Highway 150 Greenville
17 Greenville Elementary School 7025 Cross Street Greenville
18 CrossRoad Church 6614 State Road 64 Georgetown
19 Georgetown Elementary School 8800 High Street Georgetown

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Nancy Riley - Voter Registration
nriley@floydcounty.in.gov

Floyd County Voter Registration Office
311 Hauss Square Room 235
New Albany, IN 47150
Ph#812-948-5419

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Contact Floyd County Clerk's Office

Floyd County Clerk's Office
NA-FC City County Bldg
311 Hauss Square Room 235
New Albany, IN 47150

Phone #812-948-5411

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:00am - 4:00pm