Members of the Community Relations Committee of the Board of Education (left to right): Nancy Cowles, Jean Marie Posner and Larry Greenstein review the boundaries for the new polling places for voting on May 15.

The Port Washington Union Free School District Board of Education has voted to establish four (4) school district polling places at four (4) locations throughout town to improve voter access. The school district polling places this year will be: John Philip Sousa Elementary School at 101 Sands Point Road; John J. Daly Elementary School at 36 Rockwood Avenue; South Salem Elementary School at 10 Newbury Road and Carrie Palmer Weber Middle School on Campus Drive.

Every resident will receive a bright green postcard in the mail shortly. Your polling place will be marked on the reverse side of this postcard above your name and address.

Voting hours will remain the same: 6 a.m. - 10 p.m. If you have any question about your polling place, please visit the school district website: or call 767-5010.

The chart below will tell you where you will go to vote on May 15.

Location For General Election Election District # Location for School Vote
J.P. Sousa Elementary School 41, 43 J.P. Sousa Elementary School
*Sands Point Village Hall 35 J.P. Sousa Elementary School
Manorhaven Village Hall 37, 38, 39 J.P. Sousa Elementary School
Guggenheim Elementary School 42, 44 John J. Daly Elementary School
*Protection Engine Company 40 John J. Daly Elementary School
*Sands Point Village Hall 36 John J. Daly Elementary School
*United Methodist Church 46, 52, 53 Weber Middle School
*Protection Engine Company 47, 48, 49, 50 Weber Middle School
Flower Hill Hose 45,51 Weber Middle School
*United Methodist Church 54, 55 South Salem Elementary School
Plandome Village Hall 56 South Salem Elementary School
Flower Hill Village Hall 59, 60, 61 South Salem Elementary School
*Now has two locations - election district split

If you need to register to vote, you may do so by coming to 100

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