According to the office of St. Johns County Supervisor of Elections Vicky Oakes, polling places for the fall elections have been finalized for St. Johns County’s 46 precincts.
Primary elections will be held Aug. 28, with the general election to follow on Nov. 6. As 12 precincts will be sharing voting locations, there will be 38 total polling places open on election dates for voting. Most St. Johns County voters will continue to vote at the same location they voted at in 2016; however, four polling places were unavailable this year or required changes due to growth. Only one location is in the Ponte Vedra area: Precinct 405.
There are currently two precincts (403 and 405) voting at the Ponte Vedra Presbyterian Church on Palm Valley Road. Due to growth in the Nocatee area, voters that live in Nocatee on the north side of Nocatee Parkway, as well as those living in the Sawmill Lakes subdivision, will now vote at the Ponte Vedra Concert Hall at 1050 A1A North in Ponte Vedra Beach. Voters in precinct 403 will continue to vote at the church.
Affected voters will receive new voter information cards in approximately two weeks. For the updated polling place list and maps, visit www.votesjc.com. Voters can also check their voter record online to verify their information and polling place. For additional information, call (904) 823-2238.