Accessible Voting Options
Vote by Mail
For the 2021 By-Election, all eligible voters will be able to request to vote by mail ballot.
Accessible Ballot Marking Device at City Hall Advance Voting Opportunities
An accessible ballot-marking device is available at Richmond City Hall on advance voting dates (May 15, 19, 20, and 22) and Richmond Secondary School on general voting day (May 29). This option will allow you to mark your ballot independently by using descriptive audio, touch screen, Braille, rocker paddle device, and sip and puff device.
- Request to have curb-side voting at the voting place. Please call the Elections Office at 604-276-4100 once you arrive at the voting place.
- Bring a family member to assist you with reading or marking your ballot at the voting booth. They must make a solemn declaration to faithfully and impartially assist you. Note: due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, you are only allowed to bring someone that is a current member of your household.
- Bring a family member from your household who will translate for you when you vote. They must make a solemn declaration to faithfully and impartially assist you. Note: due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, you are only allowed to bring someone that is a current member of your household.
- Use the translated voting instructions at your voting place, which will be provided in French, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, and Punjabi.
Ballots are only available in English.