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Vote Centers Previously Affected by Fires Set to Open as Scheduled Tomorrow

Ballot Drop Boxes that were closed due to the Silverado and Blue Ridge Fires also re-opened.

SANTA ANA, CA –October 29, 2020 – Several Vote Center locations were impacted by the recent mandatory evacuations in the Silverado and Blue Ridge Fire zones. Despite the recent impacts, the Registrar of Voters will be opening all locations as previously scheduled tomorrow, October 30, 2020 at 8:00 a.m. and include:

Vote Centers in previous mandatory evacuation zones:

  • Foothill Ranch Library    
    27002 Cabriole, Foothill Ranch
  • Saddleback Gateway-Library of the Canyons
    7531 E Santiago Canyon Rd, Silverado

Vote Centers serving as previous evacuation points:

  • Harvard Community Center
    14701 Harvard Ave, Irvine
  • Las Lomas Community Center
    10 Federation Way, Irvine
  • Los Olivos Community Center
    101 Alfonso; Irvine
  • Quail Hill Community Center
    39 Shady Canyon Drive, Irvine
  • Thomas Lasorda Jr Field House
    4701 Casa Loma Ave., Yorba Linda
  • Norman P. Murray Community & Senior Center
    24932 Veterans Way, Mission Viejo
  • Brea Community Center
    695 Madison Way, Brea 
  • Santiago Canyon College
    8045 East Chapman Ave., Orange


In addition, ballot drop boxes that were recently closed due to the fires have now been re-opened and are being collected daily. The previously affected ballot drop boxes are:

Ballot Drop Box #76
24705 Paseo De Toronto, Yorba Linda

Ballot Drop Box #28
5701 Trabuco Road, Irvine

Ballot Drop Box #29
1300 Sanctuary, Irvine

Ballot Drop Box #83
18931 Saddleback Ranch Road, Trabuco Canyon

In order to increase capacity near the recent mandatory evacuation zones the Registrar of Voters will also operate additional mobile voting solutions (open to all Orange County voters). The full list of locations and hours can be found at

For a list of all Vote Centers opening countywide tomorrow visit

All voters will receive a vote-by-mail ballot and all voters can check their registration, re-register, and register to vote at For more information, call 714-567-7600 or visit


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About the Registrar of Voters:
The Registrar of Voters is responsible for conducting elections in the County of Orange, the fifth largest voting jurisdiction in the United States with 1.8 million registered voters. We are a County agency, which receives funding from the County's General Fund and periodic reimbursement from the federal government, the State of California and local jurisdictions. Read more >>

Media Contacts:
Neal Kelley
Registrar of Voters
[email protected]

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Orange County Registrar of Voters

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