Election drop boxes: Here are 207 places to safely deliver your ballot in the Bay Area

After California made headlines this week when state officials forced Republican party officials to remove unauthorized ballot drop boxes, an obvious question arose for Bay Area voters: Where can we safely drop off our ballots if we don’t trust the mail?

There are hundreds of Official Ballot Drop Boxes scattered around the Bay Area at libraries, community centers and City Halls. Here’s a list by city. Check with your local registrars office for more information on where you can drop off you ballot before the polls officially close at 8 p.m. on Nov. 3.

ALAMEDA
City Hall, 2263 Santa Clara Ave.
College of Alameda, 555 Ralph Appezzato Memorial Parkway

ALAMO
Alamo Plaza Shopping Center, 190 Alamo Plaza

ALBANY
City Hall, 1000 San Pablo Ave.

ALVISO
​Alviso Branch Library, 5050 North First St.

ANTIOCH
City Hall, 200 H St.
Antioch Community Center, 4703 Lone Tree Way

ATHERTON
City Hall, 150 Watkins Ave. (business hours only)

BAY POINT
Ambrose Community Center, 3105 Willow Pass Rd.

BELMONT
Belmont Library, 1110 Alameda de las Pulgas
City Hall, 1 Twin Pines Lane

BERKELEY
Martin Luther King, Jr. Civic Center Building, 2180 Milvia St.
UC Berkeley, Sather Rd., Between Sather Gate and Architects & Engineers Building

BRENTWOOD
City Hall, 150 City Park Way

BRISBANE
City Hall, 50 Park Place

BURLINGAME
Burlingame School District, 1825 Trousdale Drive
City Hall, 501 Primrose Rd.
Temporary Recreation Center, 1010 Burlingame Ave.

CAMPBELL
City Hall, 70 North First St. (outside city clerk)
Campbell Library, 77 Harrison Ave.
Westmont High School, 4805 Westmont Ave.

CASTRO VALLEY
Castro Valley Library, 3600 Norbridge Ave.

CLAYTON
City Hall, 6000 Heritage Trial, Floor 3 (business hours only)
Clayton Library, 6125 Clayton Rd.

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COLMA
Town Hall, 1198 El Camino Real

CONCORD
City Hall, 1950 Parkside Drive
Monument Crisis Center, 1990 Market St.
First Lutheran Church, 4000 Concord Blvd.

CUPERTINO
City Hall, 10300 Torre Ave. (outside city clerk)
De Anza College, Student Services Building, 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd.
Quinlan Community Center, 10185 North Stelling Rd.

DALY CITY
City Hall, 333 90th St.

DANVILLE
Danville Park & Ride, Sycamore Valley Rd. and 680 Exit
Danville Maintenance Service Center, 1000 Sherburne Hills Rd.

DISCOVERY BAY
Discovery Bay Yacht Club, 5871 Marina Rd.

DUBLIN
Dublin City Offices, 100 Civic Plaza

EAST PALO ALTO
Government Center, 2415 University Ave.
Ravenswood City School District Office, 2120 Euclid Ave. (business hours only)
University Circle, 1900 University Ave. (business hours only)

EL CERRITO
City Hall, 10890 San Pablo Ave.

EL SOBRANTE
El Sobrante Library, 4191 Appian Way

EMERYVILLE
City Hall, 1333 Park Ave.

FOSTER CITY
City Hall, 610 Foster City Blvd.

FREMONT
Fremont City Building, 3300 Capitol Ave., Building A
Centerville Library, 3801 Nicolet Ave.
Irvington Library, 41825 Greenpark Drive
Northwestern Polytechnic University, 47671 Westinghouse Drive
Ohlone College, 43600 Mission Blvd., Building 19

GILROY
​Gavilan College, Student Center, 5055 Santa Teresa Blvd.
City Hall, 7351 Rosanna St. (outside city clerk)
Gilroy Library, 350 West Sixth St.
Rod Kelley Elementary School, 8755 Kern Ave.

HALF MOON BAY
City Hall, 501 Main St.
New Leaf Community Market, 150 San Mateo Rd. (business hours only)

HAYWARD
Cal State East Bay, 25800 West Loop Rd.
Chabot College, 25555 Hesperian Blvd. (near bus stop)
City Hall, 777 B St.

HERCULES
Hercules Public Library, 109 Civic Drive

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HILLSBOROUGH
Town Hall, 1600 Floribunda Ave.

KENSINGTON
Kensington Library, 61 Arlington Ave.

LAFAYETTE
Lafayette School District Office, 3477 School St.

LA HONDA
La Honda Fire Brigade, 8945 La Honda Rd.

LIVERMORE
City Hall, 1052 South Livermore Ave.

LOS ALTOS
City Hall, 1 North San Antonio Rd. (outside city clerk)
Los Altos Library, 13 South San Antonio Rd.
Woodland Branch Library, 1975 Grant Rd.

LOS ALTOS HILLS
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