Secure Ballot Drop Box Information

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The Navajo County Recorder’s Office has purchased, with the help of a grant, ballot drop boxes. These boxes allow our voters to drop their ballots (24) hours a day, (7) days a week during early voting through 7:00 PM on election day. A ballot drop box is another way to securely return your early ballot, without the cost of postage.

Come drop your voted ballots at one of the following locations:

Ballot Drop-Box

Heber/Overgaard - North County Complex

2188 W. Country Club Dr.
Overgaard, AZ  85933

Holbrook Justice Court

121 W. Buffalo Street
Holbrook, AZ  86025

Holbrook County Complex

100 E. Code Talkers Dr.
Holbrook, AZ  86025

Pinetop-Lakeside Town Hall

325 W White Mountain Blvd
Lakeside, AZ  85929

Show Low Health Dept

550 N. 9th Place
Show Low, AZ  85901

Snowflake Justice Court

145 South Main
Snowflake, AZ  85937

Winslow Justice Court

619 E. 3rd Street
Winslow, AZ  86047

Kayenta Township

100 N Highway 163
Kayenta, AZ

Pinon Chapter House

.25 mi N of Hwy 4 and BIA 41
Pinon, AZ

Indian Wells Elementary School

State Route 77 and Navajo Route 15
Indian Wells, AZ

Hopi Elections Dept.

Intersection of State Route 264 and BIA Route 2 (Leupp Road)

White Mountain Apache Tribal Offices

Chief Ave and Walnut St
Whiteriver, AZ

Shonto Chapter House

Indian Rte 221
Shonto, AZ

Cibecue Community Center

6 W 3rd St
Cibecue, AZ

Jeddito Chapter House

264 MP 408 Navajo Route 9101 

Jeddito, AZ

Greasewood Chapter House

Navajo Route 15 MP 83 

Greasewood, AZ



What is a ballot drop box?
A ballot drop box is another way to securely return your early ballot, without the cost of postage.
When are drop boxes open?
Drop boxes will be open during early voting. They will be open 24 hours each day and will be closed at 7:00 PM on election day.
How do I use a ballot drop box?
Carefully follow the instructions on the ballot envelope. Place the ballot in the security envelope, seal the envelope, sign the envelope, and deposit your ballot packet into the box.
How do I know my ballot is secure?
Ballots are collected regularly by Recorders Election staff. A chain of custody process will be used to collect and transport all ballots to the Recorder’s office where they will be processed.