Voting Information

General Voting Day: Saturday, October 15, 2022 – 8 am to 8 pm

Elections BC Voting Place sign

Where to Vote

  • Central Baptist Church – 833 Pandora Avenue
  • Central Middle School – 1280 Fort Street**
  • Cook Street Village Activity Centre – 380 Cook Street
  • George Jay Elementary School – 1118 Princess Avenue
  • Glenlyon Norfolk School – 781 Richmond Avenue
  • James Bay Community School – 140 Oswego Street
  • James Bay New Horizons Centre – 234 Menzies Street
  • Margaret Jenkins Elementary School – 1824 Fairfield Road
  • Oaklands Elementary School – 2827 Belmont Avenue
  • Quadra Elementary School – 3031 Quadra Street
  • Sir James Douglas Elementary School – 401 Moss Street
  • SJ Burnside Education Centre – 498 Cecelia Road
  • Victoria West Elementary School – 750 Front Street

Advanced Voting

Advance voting opportunities are open to ALL eligible electors.




Wed Oct 5

8 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Victoria City Hall
1 Centennial Square

Fri Oct 7

9 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Our Place
919 Pandora Avenue

Tues Oct 11

8 a.m. - 8 p.m.

Victoria City Hall
1 Centennial Square

Tues Oct 11

8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

University of Victoria
Student Union Building
3800 Finnerty Road

Wed Oct 12

9 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Victoria City Hall
1 Centennial Square

Note: An accessible voting machine will be available at the advance voting opportunities at Victoria City Hall.

Accessible Voting

For voters with accessibility needs, City Hall has services available to help you vote.

  • All Advance Voting places and general voting places are wheelchair accessible. Voters who can’t enter a voting place can vote at the curb or in the parking lot.
  • An accessible voting machine will be available at:
    • Advance Voting: Victoria City Hall (1 Centennial Square)
    • October 15: Central Middle School (1280 Fort Street)
  • Assistance is available to voters unable to mark a ballot because of a physical disability or difficulty with reading or writing. Voters needing assistance to mark their ballot may bring another person who will be required to sign a declaration, or ask an Election Official for assistance.

Voting By Mail

Anyone eligible can request to vote by mail in the City of Victoria’s 2022 Local Government Election. Your mail ballot must be received by 8 p.m. on Saturday, October 15, 2022 to be counted.

Information on requesting a mail ballot will be available starting Monday, September 12.

Further details about voting, including registration, voter qualifications, and required identity documents are available on the City of Victoria website.