Accessible Voting Options
Accessible Drive Through Ballot Drop Box and return in person location.
You may return your ballot to the drive through ballot drop box in the alley behind the police station at 260 6th Street, Colusa CA. Look for the wheelchair symbol on the sign behind the drop box location. You may also return your ballot in person to the Elections Department at 546 Jay St., using the Historic Courthouse elevator from the first floor or to the Williams Library at 901 E St. on Election Day March 5th, 2024.
You may vote from a nearby accessible location, including a car. An Elections team member will qualify you to vote and return the voted ballot to the Elections Department. To request curbside voting assistance, you may call 1-877-458-0501, in advance, to coordinate a time, or have an assistant make the request for you.
Accessible voting system
The Elections Department has a touch screen ballot marking device available in either English or Spanish language. The system has an audio option that can read the ballot to you, and can magnify the words on the screen to make it easier to read. Additional accessibility features include accessible tactile interface (ATI), which allows personal assistive devices such as sip-n-puff, or paddle switches.
A ride to your polling site
The Colusa County Transit will provide free rides on Election Day during their normal hours of operation. Transit provides service Monday – Friday. All vehicles are ADA compliant and transit runs approximately between the hours of 7:30 am to 4:30pm. Call 458-0BUS (458-0287) for scheduling and more information.
Ballot delivery to your home
You may designate a person to pick-up and deliver a vote-by-mail ballot from the elections office. Please call our office for details.
Audio versions of the state voter guide are available on request. Online recordings of the state voter guide are available approximately four weeks before the election. For more information visit www.sos.ca.gov/elections. For assistance with accessible voting call one of the numbers below.
Use your own personal assistive technology device to mark your vote by mail ballot
Remote Accessible Vote By Mail system will allow voters to privately and independently receive, mark, print and return their ballot to their local elections office. Click here for RAVBM information.