Find Your Polling Place in Redondo Beach

Find out where to cast your ballot on Election Day.

If you vote in person on March 5, it's important to know where to go in your neighborhood to cast your ballot and, of course, get the all-important "I Voted" sticker.

One way to find your polling place is to visit LAVote.net/locator; however, as of Monday afternoon, it did not appear to be working for addresses in District 2. Residents should check their sample ballot to determine their polling place. Each district has two polling places.

Here is a list of polling places, along with links to sample ballots hosted on the city's website:

District 1 (Sample ballot)

  • St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, 301 Avenue D (Precincts 1, 4, 5, 6, 21, 71)
  • Alta Vista Community Center, 715 Julia Ave. (Precincts 8, 10, 14, 18, 25, 27, 69)

District 2 (Sample ballot)

  • Redondo Beach Main Library, 303 N. Pacific Coast Hwy. (Precincts 7, 15, 16, 17, 19, 68)
  • Seasons Senior Apartments, 109 S. Francisca Ave. (Precincts 12, 13, 60, 63, 70)

District 3 (Sample ballot)

  • Redondo Beach Historical Museum (Dominguez Park), 302 Flagler Lane (Precincts 3, 22, 48, 92, 93, 96, 98)
  • Franklin Community Center, 850 Inglewood Ave. (Precincts 29, 94, 95, 97)

District 4 (Sample ballot)

  • Perry Park Senior Center, 2308 Rockefeller Lane (Precincts 2, 32, 35, 51, 90)
  • Redondo Beach North Branch Library, 2000 Artesia Blvd. (Precincts 24, 26, 36, 56, 91)

District 5 (Sample ballot)

  • Jewish Community Center, 2108 Vail Ave. (Precincts 23, 38, 41, 47, 50, 58)
  • Anderson Park Senior Center, 3007 Vail Ave. (Precincts 42, 44, 45, 46)

If you plan to vote by mail but do not mail the ballot back in time, you may return it to your assigned polling place on Election Day.

To check your voter registration status, click here.


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—Associate Regional Editor Sara Fay contributed to this report.

Fred Reardon February 19, 2013 at 04:57 AM
I trust my neighbors to look at the facts and determine if it makes sense to allow a new power plant to be built. Who are you going to trust, your neighbors that don’t want their families polluted or someone addressing the community in a less and truthful intimidating tone? What entity are you going to side with…a citizen led legally reviewed initiative (generated by your neighbors) or an out of town corporation well known for polluting communities all over the world? Don’t be intimidated. Stand up for your community and your family. Vote Yes on Measure A.
Kelly Sarkisian February 19, 2013 at 09:57 AM
Bill Brand and Jim Light have no legal/personal responsibility with measure a. Win or lose, the tax payer will suffer. They intentionally crafted the measure to shield their group from liability, but throw the tax payer under the bus. All of the potential damage that comes from measure a will not affect those two men but the tax payer will get hit right in the poket book. I assume that since they already sued the city once Light and Brand will do it again. Their lawyer friends are wringing their hands in expectation of their next pay day. Avoid these two on election day, they are the third rail! Voting NO on measure a will avoid a huge legal battle, but will also put the people with the Napoleon complexes on their heels.
Jim Light February 19, 2013 at 08:32 PM
Robert and Kelly, Your continued personal smear campaign against Bill and me is getting a bit tired. Democrats and Republicans worked to gether to form Measure A. There is no partisanship in the BBR and NPP groups. As to the lawsuit, there would have been no lawsuit and no costs had our own council simply voted to follow the city charter, the hundreds of residents who testified at their meetings, and the voters who voted in Measure DD. But they didn't and in the end four judges agreed they violated the city charter. Then the same councilmen voted to file a frivolous appeal that was unanimously denied, doubling the costs. All four judges agreed the legal fees should be paid by the city because it was guilty of violating its own charter and the lawsuit was in the best public interest. Had the Council voted to follow the Charter and listen to their constituents the city could have avoided all the legal costs. They cost us all for their arrogance and disdain for their own constituents' requests. Kelly acts as though Bill and I had the power to just place Measure A on the ballot on our own. She ignores that nearly 7500 voters signed petitions circulated by over 100 resident volunteers giving up their own summer free time. And it was not hard to get signatures. They were gathered in just 40 days. Kelly's post is an insult to all those who have worked hard to get Measure A passed.
sheri patterson February 25, 2013 at 08:42 PM
Kelly, why are you so curious and so intent on blasting redondo candidates when you don't vote in Redondo? Your profile is fake and that is obvious to all. What is getting old and backfiring are the scare tactics by all the No on A folks. I find it laughable that you don't have a single attorney backing up any of these claims. Not even our own city attorney who reveiwed Measure A, agrees with your claims. His impartial analysis reveals he is not concerned about lawsuits nor is he concerned about Measure A costing taxpayers a penny. Why? Because those claims simply cannot be substantiated with fact. The more you personally attack Bill and Jim, the more you cause residents to want to vote for them. It's obvious only those protecting the special interest groups in this town are against Bill and Jim. Their actions and track records prove they are 100% for the residents. And that is exactly what many of us voters prefer.
sheri patterson February 25, 2013 at 08:51 PM
Take note of the dirty campaign tricks that Michael Jackson is using. Very sad. Why can't he get votes without having to make up false claims trying to slam Bill Brand? Who thinks that the incoming Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce is going to protect residents? Who wants to vote for someone who has a track record of protecting all businesses-- no residents. Who wants to vote for someone who raised the majority of his campaign money from outside Redondo Beach? That is scary. The Chamber has been against the residents on every major issue over the last few decades. Remember that. The Chairman of the Chamber wants you to give him all power-- leaving residents none. District 2 residents have way too much on the line the next several years with all the development happening on our waterfront. We absolutely need a champion that will be sure to balance appropriate revitalization with quality of life. And that is why Bill Brand is so respected in our District. He's bright, respectful, classy, a leader and has integrity. Wow!! So refreshing. Thank God he is going to be representing us once again. Vote on March 5th. The 'people of our district' run it, not the Chamber and developers. And our vote will prove that in just a few days. :-)


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