Here's where you can vote in South and Southwest Austin

South and Southwest Austin residents can vote as a variety of locations throughout the region.

South and Southwest Austin residents can vote as a variety of locations throughout the region.

Asterisks indicate early voting locations. All early voting locations citywide are also polling sites on Election Day. The list of early voting and Election Day sites is not comprehensive. Travis County voters are allowed to vote during early voting or Election Day at any polling location in Travis County. Visit for a complete list of polling locations.

  • Akins High School
    10701 S. First St.

  • Bailey Middle School
    4020 Lost Oasis Hollow

  • Blazier Elementary School
    8601 Vertex Blvd.

  • Bowie High School
    4103 Slaughter Lane

  • Casey Elementary School
    9400 Texas Oaks Drive

  • Clayton Elementary School
    7525 La Crosse Ave.

  • Community Center at Oak Hill
    8656 W. Hwy. 71

  • Covington Middle School
    3700 Convict Hill Road

  • Fiesta Mart Stassney*
    5510 S. I-35

  • Jubilee Christian Center
    2909 W. William Cannon Drive

  • Manchaca United Methodist Church
    1011 FM 1626

  • Mills Elementary School
    6201 Davis Lane

  • Oak Hill Fire Department #301
    9211 Circle Drive

  • Oak Hill Primitive Baptist Church
    11408 FM 1826

  • Odom Elementary School
    1010 Turtle Creek Blvd.

  • Randalls Ben White & Manchaca*
    2025 W. Ben White Blvd.

  • Randalls Brodie & Slaughter*
    9911 Brodie Lane

  • Shepherd of the Hills Presbyterian Church
    5226 W. William Cannon Drive

  • Small Middle School
    4801 Monterey Oaks Blvd.

  • Southwest Church of Christ
    8900 Manchaca Road

  • St. Alban’s Episcopal Church
    11819 S. I-35

  • Sunset Valley City Hall
    3205 Jones Road

  • Travis Country HOA
    4504 Travis Country Circle

  • Wheatsville Co-Op South Lamar
    4001 S. Lamar Blvd.

  • Will Hampton Library
    5125 Convict Hill Road

  • Williams Elementary School
    500 Mairo St.

Source: Travis County/Community Impact Newspaper
By Olivia Lueckemeyer
Olivia Lueckemeyer graduated in 2013 from Loyola University New Orleans with a degree in journalism. She joined Community Impact Newspaper in October 2016 as reporter for the Southwest Austin edition before her promotion to editor in March 2017. In July 2018 she returned home to the Dallas area and became editor of the Richardson edition.