Find your early voting and Election Day polling locations in Northwest Austin

Early voting runs Oct. 22-Nov. 2.

Early voting runs Oct. 22-Nov. 2.



Registered voters in Travis and Williamson counties can cast their ballots at any polling location in their respective county during early voting and on Election Day.

Polls are open 7 a.m.-7 p.m. in both counties for early voting and Election Day locations. More information is available at www.traviscountyelections.org and www.wilco.org/elections. Take a look at what's on the ballot for Northwest Austin residents here.

Travis County


Early voting locations


  • Ben Hur Shrine Center, 7811 Rockwood Lane

  • Disability Rights Texas, 2222 W. Braker Lane

  • Hartfield Performing Arts Center, 5800 McNeil Drive

  • Randalls, 10900-D Research Blvd.


Election day voting locations


  • Anderson High School, 8403 Mesa Drive

  • Austin Fire Station No. 33, 9409 Bluegrass Drive

  • Ben Hur Shrine Center, 7811 Rockwood Lane

  • Brookdale North Austin, 5310 Duval Road

  • Disability Rights Texas, 2222 W. Braker Lane

  • Hallmark Baptist Church, 9023 Old Lampasas Trail

  • Hartfield Performing Arts Center, 5800 McNeil Drive

  • Jaime Padron Elementary School, 2011 W. Rundberg Lane

  • Kathy Caraway Elementary School, 11104 Oak View Drive

  • Lakewood HOA, 7317 Lakewood Drive

  • Lanier High School, 1201 Payton Gin Road

  • Laurel Mountain Elementary School, 10111 DK Ranch Road

  • Milwood Branch Library, 12500 Amherst Drive

  • National American University, 13801 Burnet Road

  • Parmer Lane Baptist Church, 12424 Scofield Farms Drive

  • Renaissance Retirement Center, 11279 Taylor Draper Lane

  • Randalls, 10900-D Research Blvd.

  • St. John’s Episcopal Church, 11201 Parkfield Drive

  • St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, 8134 Mesa Drive

  • St. Thomas More Catholic Church, 10205 N. RM 620

  • United Christian Church of Christ, 3500 W. Parmer Lane


Williamson County


Early voting locations


  • Anderson Mill Limited District, 11500 El Salido Parkway

  • McNeil High School, 5800 McNeil Drive


Election day voting locations


  • Anderson Mill Limited District, 11500 El Salido Parkway

  • Bethany United Methodist Church, 10010 Anderson Mill Road

  • Gateway Church, 7104 McNeil Drive

  • Northwest Fellowship Church, 13427 Pond Springs Road

  • Rattan Creek Park Community Center, 7617 Elkhorn Mountain Trail

  • Hartfield Performing Arts Center, 5800 McNeil Drive

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