How and Where to Vote

Advance Voting (8:00 am - 8:00 pm)


Voters may choose to vote at any advance or general voting opportunity.
     
Saturday, October 6 City Hall 11995 Haney Place
Wednesday, October 10 City Hall 11995 Haney Place
Saturday, October 13 Planet Ice 23588 Jim Robson Way
  City Hall 11995 Haney Place
  Maple Ridge Baptist Church 22155 Lougheed Highway
  Maple Ridge Alliance Church 20399 Dewdney Trunk Road
Sunday, October 14 Alexander Robinson Elementary School 11849 238b Street
  Yennadon Elementary School 23347 128 Avenue
  Hammond Community Centre 20601 Westfield Avenue
Tuesday, October 16 Fraserview Village Small Hall 22610 116 Avenue
Wednesday, October 17 City Hall 11995 Haney Place
Thursday, October 18 City Hall 11995 Haney Place

Where to Vote


Use our interactive map to locate the polling station that is most convenient for you to attend.

General Voting Day (Saturday, October 20, 2018 from 8:00 am - 8:00 pm)


Electors may vote at any of the polling locations throughout Maple Ridge on Election Day.
     
Saturday, October 20 Whonnock Elementary School 27471 112 Avenue
  Samuel Robertson Technical Secondary School 10445 245 Street
  Garibaldi Secondary School 24789 Dewdney Trunk Road
  Yennadon Elementary School 23347 128 Avenue
  Eric Langton Elementary School 12138 Edge Street
  Laity View Elementary School 21023 123 Avenue
  Hammond Elementary School 11520 203 Street

Mail Ballot Voting


Voters may choose to vote by mail ballot if:
  • they have a physical disability, illness or injury that affects their ability to vote at another voting opportunity and/or
  • they expect to be absent from the City of Maple Ridge on general voting day and at the times of all advance voting opportunities
Applications must be signed and sent in to the elections office. Mail ballot packages will contain instructions, a ballot and the envelopes necessary to return the marked ballot and protect the secrecy of the vote. Completed mail ballots will have to be received by the Chief Election Officer no later than 8:00 pm on General Voting Day. It is the responsibility of the voter to ensure that this time frame is met. The packages will be available for pickup at City Hall or for mailing after October 4, 2018 . Mail ballots can be mailed to anywhere in Canada or the United States. Voters may arrange for their own courier service elsewhere if they wish.

Hospitals and Care Facilities


Residents and patients at health care facilities in the community, including Ridge Meadows Hospital, will be able to vote using the mail ballot option. Election staff will notify those facilities of the availability of packages. Non-resident property owners will be able to take advantage of this opportunity as well.