The Clark County Election Department will make secure mail ballot drop boxes easily accessible, conveniently located, and widely available, including at all early voting sites and all Election Day vote centers. It will be a felony for anyone other than the Election Department to provide these boxes. You may deposit your mail ballot in a locked, strong drop box instead of sending it through the postal mail. Your ballot must still be sealed inside the postage-paid return envelope provided specifically for you, showing your name and address, and you must also sign the outside of that envelope before placing it in the drop box (do not put your ballot in another voter’s return envelope). Drop box locations and hours will be in your mail ballot packet, in your sample ballot, and online at www.ClarkCountyNV,gov/vote.
Boulder City Mail Ballot Drop Box Locations
City Clerk's Office, City Hall
January 27, 2024 andJanuary 28, 2024 (Saturday & Sunday) ~ 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.