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New Precinct Numbers and Polling Place Updates for August 2022 Primary

Due to ongoing renovation and construction work by Ann Arbor Public Schools, eight polling places for the August 2, 2022 primary will be relocated. It is expected that all affected voters will be able to return to their usual polling place on November 8, 2022.


These changes were approved by City Council at the June 21, 2022 meeting (Legistar)

  • Ward 1 Precincts 2 & 3: Community High to Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum (220 E. Ann St)

  • Ward 2 Precinct 18: Clague Middle School to Thurston Elementary (2300 Prairie St)

  • Ward 3 Precinct 24: Tappan Middle School to Burns Park Elementary (1414 Wells St)

  • Ward 3 Precincts 27, 29, 30: Scarlett Middle School and Pittsfield Elementary to Mitchell Elementary (3550 Pittsview Dr)

  • Ward 5 Precinct 43: Bach Elementary to Pioneer High School (601 W. Stadium Blvd)

  • Ward 5 Precinct 47: Eberwhite Elementary to Slauson Middle School (1019 W. Washington)

  • Ward 5 Precincts 52, 53: Forsythe Middle School to Ann Arbor Open (920 Miller Ave)


New Ward Boundaries and Precinct Numbers

Additionally, new Ward boundaries were approved by City Council at the Nov 1, 2022 meeting (Legistar) to equalize the five Wards. From that resolution: "The proposed changes were made with the goal of minimizing impacts; however, all five wards have some modifications, with Wards Four and Five moving more into the downtown area."


Along with this update to Ward boundaries, the precinct numbers for all Wards have been changed, with precincts now numbered from 1 to 53 across the City. New Voter ID cards with updated information will be mailed to all registered voters. More information is available on the City's Elections webpage:

https://www.a2gov.org/departments/city-clerk/Elections/Pages/Elections.aspx


An interactive map of polling places is available here:

https://www.a2gov.org/departments/city-clerk/Elections/Pages/VotingDistricts.aspx


Below is a screenshot of the new Ward boundaries and precincts from that online map: