Election 2014: Where to vote in Saanich

Need a list of voting places in Saanich for Nov. 15? Look no further

  • Nov. 14, 2014 6:00 p.m.

The following locations are open to voting tomorrow (Nov. 15) for the Saanich municipal election. Remember to bring along two pieces of ID: the two pieces combined should confirm your address, photo and signature. See saanich.ca for more information and find a map below. Polls are open from 8 a.m. until 8 p.m.

  • Campus View Elementary School, 3900 Gordon Head Rd.
  • Cedar Hill Middle School, 3910 Cedar Hill Rd.
  • Cordova Bay Elementary School, 5238 Cordova Bay Rd.
  • Cloverdale Traditional School, 3427 Quadra St.
  • Doncaster Elementary School, 1525 Rowan St.
  • Frank Hobbs Elementary School, 3875 Haro Rd.
  • Glanford Middle School, 4140 Glanford Ave.
  • Gordon Head Middle School, 1671 Kenmore Road
  • Hillcrest Elementary School, 4421 Greentree Terrace
  • Lochside Elementary School, 1145 Royal Oak Drive
  • Prospect Lake Elementary School, 321 Prospect Lake Road
  • Reynolds Secondary School 3963 Borden Street
  • Royal Oak Middle School, 751 Travino Lane (formerly 4564 West Saanich Road)
  • Spectrum Community School, 957 Burnside Road West
  • Tillicum Elementary School, 3155 Albina Street
  • Victoria Pacific Rim Alliance Church, 1792 Townley Street

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