WHERE TO VOTE: Early voting, Election Day polling locations in Cy-Fair

Registered voters in Harris County can cast their ballots at any polling location during early voting. As of August, voters can cast ballots at any polling location on Election Day as well. Check www.harrisvotes.com for updates.

Early voting locations

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

2. Juergens Hall Community Center
26026 Hempstead Road, Cypress

3. Jersey Village Municipal Government Center
16327 Lakeview Drive, Houston

4. Richard and Meg Weekley Community Center
8440 Greenhouse Road, Cypress

Election Day locations

5. Crossbridge Christian Church
15415 West Road, Houston

6. Fairfield Church of Christ
20402 Chappell Knoll Drive, Cypress

7. Ault Elementary School
21010 Maple Village Drive, Cypress

8. Bleyl Middle School
10800 Mills Road, Houston

9. Harris County Public Library, Lone Star College-CyFair branch
9191 Barker Cypress Road, Cypress

10. Andre’ Elementary School
8111 Fry Road, Cypress

11. Lakes of Northpointe Clubhouse
13502 Northpointe Ridge Lane, Cypress

12. Village on the Park
12102 Steeple Way Blvd., Houston

13. Willbern Elementary School
10811 Goodspring Drive, Houston

14. Sampson Elementary School
16002 Coles Crossing Drive North, Cypress

15. Aragon Middle School
16823 West Road, Houston

16. Goodson Middle School
17333 Huffmeister Road, Cypress

17. Salyards Middle School
21757 Fairfield Place Drive, Cypress

18. Saint Mary’s Episcopal Church
15415 N. Eldridge Parkway, Cypress

19. Saint Timothy Lutheran Church
14225 Hargrave Road, Houston

20. Lakewood Residents’ Club
15006 Lakewood Forest Drive, Houston

21. Barwood Home Owners Clubhouse
13003 Aste Lane, Houston

22. Millsap Elementary School
12424 Huffmeister Road, Cypress

23. Norchester Clubhouse
13439 Jones Road, Houston

24. Lakewood United Methodist Church
11330 Louetta Road, Houston

25. Bang Elementary School
8900 Rio Grande Drive, Houston

26. Frazier Elementary School
8300 Little River Road, Houston

27. Woodard Elementary School
17501 Cypress North Houston Road, Cypress

28. Emmott Elementary School
11750 Steepleway Blvd., Cypress

29. Harris County Public Library, Northwest branch
11355 Regency Green Drive, Cypress

30. Iglesia Trinidad Church
11602 Bobcat Road, Houston

31. Hopper Middle School
7811 Fry Road, Cypress

32. Rolling Fork Club
9110 Rodney Ray Blvd., Houston

33. Christ Covenant Church
17000 Longenbaugh Drive, Houston

34. Cy-Fair Exhibit Center
11206 Telge Road, Cypress

35. Danish Elementary School
11850 Fallbrook Drive, Houston

36. Owens Elementary School
7939 Jackrabbit Road, Houston

37. Holmsley Elementary School
7315 Hudson Oaks Drive, Houston

39. Windfern Forest Utility Building
14410 Mauna Loa Lane, Houston

39. Lowery Elementary School
15950 Ridge Park Drive, Houston

40. Charterwood MUD Administration Activity Building
16444 Cutten Road, Houston

41. Cypress Fairbanks Funeral Home
9926 Jones Road, Houston

42. Ulrich Intermediate School
10103 Spring Cypress Road, Houston

43. Cook Middle School
9111 Wheatland Drive, Houston

44. Saint John Lutheran Church Gym
15235 Spring Cypress Road, Houston

45. Black Elementary School
14155 Grant Road, Cypress

46. Aerodrome
8220 Willow Place Drive N., Houston

47. West Houston Church of Christ
17100 West Road, Houston

48. Homewood Suites by Hilton CyFair
13110 Wortham Center Drive, Houston

49. Gleason Elementary School
9203 Willowbridge Park Blvd., Houston

50. Fairwood Recreation Center and Pool
14701 Spring Cypress Road, Cypress

51. Copperfield Church
8350 Hwy. 6 N., Houston

52. Fiest Elementary School
8425 Pine Falls Drive, Houston

53. Copeland Elementary School
18018 Forest Heights Drive, Houston

54. Hamilton Elementary School
12050 Old Kluge Road, Cypress

55. Cypress Crossing Christian Center
15751 Cypress Rosehill Road, Cypress

56. Spillane Middle School
13403 Woods-Spillane Blvd., Cypress

57. Hamilton Middle School
12330 Kluge Road, Cypress

58. Birkes Elementary School
8500 Queenston Blvd., Houston

59. Postma Elementary School
18425 West Road, Cypress

60. Pope Elementary School
19019 N. Bridgeland Lake Parkway, Cypress

61. Wortham Village Clubhouse
10911 Wortham Blvd., Houston
By Shawn Arrajj
Shawn Arrajj serves as the editor of the Cy-Fair edition of Community Impact Newspaper where he covers the Cy-Fair and Jersey Village communities. He mainly writes about development, transportation and issues in Harris County.


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