Monday, Oct. 24 is Election Day

Monday, Oct. 24 is Election Day

Burlington, Ont. — Oct. 21, 2022 — Monday, Oct. 24 is Election Day for Burlington’s municipal election. This is the last opportunity eligible voters have to cast their vote and choose who they want to represent them on Burlington City Council, including Mayor and City Councillor(s). Eligible voters will also vote for Halton Regional Chair and School Board Trustee. To date, 18,998 eligible voters in Burlington have cast their vote in the municipal election, either by voting online (14,980) or at an advance poll (4,018) earlier this month.

On Election Day, voting locations will be open between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. There are four voting locations in each ward. Eligible electors can vote at any voting location in their ward.

To determine which ward you live in, and which voting location is closest to you, view the Voter Information Letter sent to the homes of eligible Burlington voters earlier this fall. If you did not receive a Voter Information Letter, you can complete the Voters List form on The results will display the ward you live in and your designated voting locations.

A complete list of voting locations can be found on the “Voting Locations” web page on All locations are accessible. The 24 voting locations include:

Ward 1




Holy Rosary Church

Follow signs

287 Plains Rd. East

King’s Road Public School


660 Greenwood Dr.

La Salle Park Pavillion

Upper Level

50 North Shore Blvd.

Tyandaga Golf Course

Dining Room

1265 Tyandaga Park Dr.

Ward 2




Art Gallery of Burlington

Shoreline & Rotary Rooms

1333 Lakeshore Rd.

Burlington Seniors’ Centre

Auditoriums 1 & 2

2285 New St.

Salvation Army Community Church

Fellowship Hall

2090 Prospect St.

St. John Catholic Elementary School


653 Brant St.

Ward 3




Brant Hills Community Centre


2255 Brant St.

Calvary Burlington

Follow signs

2458 St. Frances Dr.

Conservation Halton Administrative Building

Grindstone Room

2596 Britannia Rd.

Mountainside Recreation Centre

Community Rooms 1 & 2

2205 Mount Forest Dr.

Ward 4




Gary Allan High School

Brock Room

3250 New St.

Glad Tidings Pentecostal Church

Recreation Centre

1401 Guelph Line

Mainway Recreation Centre

L.G. Branch Auditorium

4015 Mainway

Nelson High School


4181 New St.

Ward 5




Appleby Ice Centre

Community Room

1201 Appleby Line

Ascension Catholic Elementary School


5202 New St.

John William Boich Elementary School


2474 Sutton Dr.

St. Patrick Catholic Elementary School


200 Kenwood Ave.

Ward 6




Grace United Church

Follow signs

2111 Walkers Line

Haber Recreation Centre

Gyms 5 & 6

3040 Tim Dobbie Dr.

St. Paul the Apostle Church

Community Hall

2265 Headon Rd.

St. Timothy Elementary School


2141 Deer Run Ave.

What to bring when you vote

Before heading out to a voting location on Election Day, remember to bring:

  • your Voter Information Letter – if you do not have a Voter Information Letter, you can still vote.
  • one piece of identification that has your name and address on it. Photo identification is not required. See a list of accepted forms of identification at

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Voting Results

  • The City Clerk declares the official election results as soon as possible after voting day on Oct. 24.
  • Unofficial results will be shared at in real time on election night on Oct. 24.
  • Voting results will be updated on a regular basis throughout election night. Residents can check regularly to get the most recent results.


Kevin Arjoon, City Clerk
“Thank you Burlington, 18,998 eligible voters have advance voted in this municipal election. Voting gives you a voice in selecting the person you want to represent you and your community when making decisions that affect our daily lives. Please come out and cast your vote, we aim to ensure everyone has a seamless voting experience. Follow the real-time unofficial results at Results will be provided as soon as possible throughout the evening as votes have to be counted across our 24 polls. The official results will be released the week of Oct. 24, once votes are validated.”

Links and Resources


Communications contact:
Suzanne Vukosavljevic
Manager of Communications
Cell: 289-208-6795




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