September 14, 2021 California Gubernatorial Recall Election

The Town of Danville has two drop-off ballot box locations:  

1) Sycamore Park & Ride  
2) Maintenance Service Center, 1000 Sherburne Hills Rd. 

These boxes will be open until 8:00 p.m. on Election Day.  After 8:00 p.m., the boxes will be locked and unable to accept further ballots.  If you miss the deadline, you can still mail your ballot via the USPS.


Deliver your Vote By Mail ballot envelope in any USPS mail box or one of the permanent ballot boxes available at the Sycamore Park and Ride lot and the Town’s Maintenance Service Center at 1000 Sherburne Hills Road.  Voters have the convenience of dropping off their Vote By Mail ballot envelopes 24/7 during election time.


How can I register to vote or check my status?

What is on my ballot?

How does vote-by-mail work?

What is a permanent ballot drop box? Secure Ballot Drop Boxes

What can I do if I don’t receive my ballot? email or call 925-335-7800

Voters can sign-up at to receive notifications about their vote-by-mail ballots.  Voters who sign up for the “Where’s My Ballot?” tool receive automatic updates via text, e-mail or phone call when: 

  • The county elections office mails the voter’s ballot 
  • The county has received the voter’s ballot 
  • The county has counted the voter’s ballot 
  • If there are any issues with the voter’s ballot 


August 5, 2021:  The Voter Guide will be mailed to all registered voters.  The Guide will include a list of permanent ballot boxes in Contra Costa County.

August 30, 2021:  Last day to register to vote in the September 14 Election.

September 7, 2021:  Last day to request Vote by Mail Ballot.

September 14, 2021:  Election Day. Ballots must be postmarked on or before this date.

October 14, 2021:  Deadline for Contra Costa County to certify election results.



Campaign Reports 

Danville Voter Precinct Map (PDF)

Danville Boundary Map