ELECTION GUIDE: Here's where you can cast your vote in Cy-Fair

Registered voters in Harris County can cast their ballot at any vote center within the county during early voting, Oct. 23-Nov. 3,  and on Election Day, Nov. 7. Election Day locations are listed by precinct number. For a complete list of Harris County polling locations, visit www.harrisvotes.com.

Early Voting


Jersey Village City Hall
16327 Lakeview Drive, Jersey Village

Richard & Meg Weekley Community Center
8440 Greenhouse Road, Cypress

Juergen’s Hall Community Center
26026 Hempstead Road, Cypress

Prairie View A&M University-Northwest
9449 Grant Road, Houston

Election Day 


0050: Crossbridge Christian Church
15415 West Road, Houston

0074: Jersey Village City Hall
16327 Lakeview Drive, Jersey Village

0111: Fairfield Church of Christ
20402 Chappell Knoll Drive, Cypress

0124: Ault Elementary School
21010 Maple Village Drive, Cypress

0125: Bleyl Middle School
10800 Mills Road, Houston

0143: Lone Star College-CyFair Library
9191 Barker Cypress Road, Cypress

0149, 0624, 0901: Cypress Springs High School
7909 Fry Road, Cypress

0155: Kirk Elementary School
12421 Tanner Road, Houston

0173: Lakes of Northpointe Clubhouse
13502 Northpointe Ridge Lane, Cypress

0225: Village on the Park
12102 Steeple Way Blvd., Houston

0244: Willbern Elementary School
10811 Goodspring Drive, Houston

0260, 0904, 0939: Lee Elementary School
12900 W. Little York Road, Houston

0300: Sampson Elementary School
16002 Coles Crossing Drive, Cypress

0314: Aragon Middle School
16823 West Road, Houston

0370: Goodson Middle School
17333 Huffmeister Road, Cypress

0405: Salyards Middle School
21757 Fairfield Place Drive, Cypress

0442: St. Mary’s Episcopal Church
15415 N. Eldridge Parkway, Cypress

0479: Lakewood Residents Club
15006 Lakewood Forest Drive, Houston

0480: Barwood Home Owners Clubhouse
13003 Aste Lane, Houston

0481: Millsap Elementary School
12424 Huffmeister Road, Cypress

0484: Norchester Clubhouse
13439 Jones Road, Houston

0486: Lakewood United Methodist Church
11330 Louetta Road, Houston

0495: Bang Elementary School
8900 Rio Grande Drive, Houston

0496: Frazier Elementary School
8300 Little River Road, Houston

0511: Woodard Elementary School
17501 Cypress N. Houston Road, Cypress

0512: Chimney Hill Community Center
13720 Smokey Trail Drive, Houston

0518: Emmott Elementary School
11750 Steepleway Blvd., Houston

0519: Harris County Northwest Branch Library
11355 Regency Green Drive, Cypress

0548: Windfern High School
12630 Windfern Road, Houston

0597: Iglesia Trinidad Church
11602 Bobcat Road, Houston

0598: Hopper Middle School
7811 Fry Road, Cypress

0602, 0805: Hamilton Elementary School
12050 Old Kluge Road, Cypress

0609: Rolling Fork Club
9110 Rodney Ray Blvd., Houston

0616: Christ Covenant Church
17000 Longenbaugh Drive, Houston

0640: Cypress Fairbanks Exhibit Center
11206 Telge Road, Cypress

0641: Danish Elementary School
11850 Fallbrook Drive, Houston

0642: Owens Elementary School
7939 Jackrabbit Road, Houston

0651: Holmsley Elementary School
7315 Hudson Oaks Drive, Houston

0661: Windfern Forest Utility Building
14410 Mauna Loa Lane, Houston

0667: Lowery Elementary School
15950 Ridge Park Drive, Houston

0671: To be determined

0687: Cook Middle School
9111 Wheatland Drive, Houston

0688: To be determined

0691: Black Elementary School
14155 Grant Road, Cypress

0694: Aerodrome
8220 Willow Place Drive, Houston

0709: Texas Tornados Training Facility
8835 Wheat Cross Drive, Houston

0713: Homewood Suites by Hilton
13110 Wortham Center Drive, Houston

0734: Juergen’s Hall Community Center
26026 Hempstead Road, Cypress

0759: Gleason Elementary School
9203 Willowbridge Park Blvd., Houston

0768, 0828: Hamilton Middle School
12330 Kluge Road, Cypress

0789: Copperfield Church
8350 Hwy. 6 N., Houston

0790: Richard and Meg Weekley Community Center
8440 Greenhouse Road, Cypress

0800: Fiest Elementary School
8425 Pine Falls Drive, Houston

0803: Copeland Elementary School
18018 Forest Heights Drive, Houston

0806: Cypress Crossing Christian Center
15751 Cypress Rosehill Road, Cypress

0817: Robison Elementary School
17100 Robison Road, Cypress

0823: To be determined

0862: Birkes Elementary School
8500 Queenston Blvd., Houston

0875: Postma Elementary School
18425 West Road, Cypress

0923: Pope Elementary School
19019 North Bridgeland Lake Parkway, Cypress

0980: Wortham Village Clubhouse
10911 Wortham Blvd., Houston

0983: Lakewood United Methodist Church
11330 Louetta Road, Houston

0991: Chimney Hill Community Center
13720 Smokey Trail Drive, Houston
By Danica Lloyd
Danica joined Community Impact Newspaper as a Cy-Fair reporter in May 2016 after graduating with a journalism degree from Union University in Jackson, Tennessee. She covers education, local government, business, demographic trends, real estate development and nonprofits.


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