Long Beach Voting Centers

The list of all LA County Vote Centers can be found online and can be searched by 11-day or four-day locations. Here in the 2nd district, you can vote today at the Senior Center! The four-day voting centers near us at Bixby Park, Macarthur Park, and St. Matthews Catholic Church are to open at 10 am! 

Vote by Mail ballots may be returned by mail (no postage required), in person at any Vote Center in Los Angeles, or at any Vote by Mail drop box. Long Beach voters have 24-hour access to drop boxes at participating locations across LA County, including 17 drop box locations throughout Long Beach.

The 17 Long Beach locations include:

  • Bixby Park Community Center (130 Cherry Ave.)
  • Bret Harte Neighborhood Library( 1595 W. Willow St.)
  • Burnett Neighborhood Library (560 E. Hill St.)
  • Dana Neighborhood Library (3680 Atlantic Ave.)
  • El Dorado Park West Community Center (2800 N. Studebaker Rd.)
  • Freeman Community Center (1205 Freeman Ave.)
  • Heartwell Park Community Center (5801 Parkcrest St.)
  • Houghton Park Community Center (6301 Myrtle Ave.)
  • Long Beach City Hall (411 W. Ocean Blvd.)
  • Long Beach Senior Center (1150 E. Fourth St.)
  • Marina Vista Park (5355 E. Eliot St.)
  • Mark Twain Neighborhood Library (1401 E. Anaheim St.)
  • Michelle Obama Neighborhood Library (5870 Atlantic Ave.)
  • Ramona Park (3301 E. 65th St.)
  • Scherer Park (4600 Long Beach Blvd.)
  • Stearns Champions Park (4520 E. 23rd St.)
  • Veterans Park (101 E. 28th St.) 

Vote by Mail drop boxes are now open and will remain open until 8 p.m. on Election Day, Tuesday, June 7. All voters may track their ballots at  https://california.ballottrax.net/voter/.

More information, including a current list of all LA County 24-hour Vote by Mail drop boxes, or to check registration information or to request a ballot in a different language, is available at lavote.gov

If you have any questions or concerns about this information, please email Cindy Allen’s Office at district2@longbeach.gov or call (562) 570-2222.

Share your Thoughts – Mid-City Bicycle and Pedestrian Connections

The City of Long Beach is seeking funding for bicycle boulevards on 8th and 11th Streets and pedestrian islands on 10th Street. The proposed traffic calming treatments will reduce cut-through traffic and speeding, creating a comfortable space for drivers and bicyclists to share the road. The pedestrian islands will help people on foot and on bikes more easily navigate across 10th Street and will better connect the 8th and 11th Street routes. Potential improvements to the area will include bike routes, curb extensions, raised intersections, and rectangular rapid flashing beacons among other traffic calming elements shown here: bit.ly/MidCityBikePed

The City of Long Beach Public Works department created a survey to gather input from the community. Please take a moment to fill out the survey here: http://bit.ly/MidCitySurvey