Vote-by-Mail Voting

Are you currently a polling place voter and would like to receive your official ballot by mail?

To be eligible to vote-by-mail ballot in Shasta County, you must be registered to vote in Shasta County within the district holding the election.

Become a Vote-By-Mail voter

To apply for Permanent vote-by-mail status:

  • Print a Permanent Vote-by-Mail ballot application and visit the office to receive your official ballot in person for all elections taking place after you submit your application.
  • Submit a letter requesting a ballot by mail, please include: full name and address of voter, title and date of most recent election, mailing address for ballot, and voter signature.

Are you living overseas or are active duty military? Visit the Military & Overseas Citizen page for more details.

No Longer be a Vote-By-Mail voter

Currently voting by mail and would like to vote at your designated polling site on Election Day?

Complete the Vote-by-Mail Removal Form and return to the Elections Office.

Shasta County Drop Locations

24 Hour Drop Boxes

Anderson – Anderson City Hall, 1887 Howard St, Anderson, CA 96007

Redding – Redding City Hall, 777 Cypress Ave, Redding, CA 96001

Redding – Shasta County Elections Office, 1643 Market St, Redding, CA 96001

Shasta Lake City – John Beaudet Community Center, 1525 Median Ave, Shasta Lake, CA 96019

 

NEW Daily Drop Boxes! See Hours!

Cottonwood Open 6am-11pm, closes at 8pm Election Day

Holiday Market, 20635 Gaspoint Rd, Cottonwood, CA 96022

Palo Cedro Open 6am-11pm, closes at 8pm Election Day

Holiday Market, 9350 Deschutes Rd, Palo Cedro, CA 96073

Redding Open 6am-10pm, closes at 8pm Election Day

Holiday Market Hartnell, 2455 Hartnell, Ave, Redding, CA 96002

Redding Open 6am-11pm, closes at 8pm Election Day

Holiday Market Placer, 3315 Placer St, Redding, CA 96001

Redding Open 6am-10pm, closes at 8pm Election Day

Sav-Mor, 6536 Westside Road, Redding, Ca 96001