Where to Vote in Parsippany for 2012 General Election

Some polling places were moved in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.

For the 2012 general elections, many Parsippany voters will cast their ballots in new locations due to several location changes the town found necessary to institute due to recovery from the recent superstorm. Voters are encouraged to check this list carefully to ensure that they go to the correct place.

District 1
Public Safety Training Academy, 500 West Hanover Ave., Lobby Rear Entrance

District 2, 39 
Powder Mill Fire House, 60 S. Powder Mill Rd., Engine Bay

District 3, 8, 18 
Municipal Building, 1001 Parsippany Blvd.  

District 4
Powder Mill Fire House, 60 S. Powder Mill Rd., Squad Room

District 5 
Mt Tabor Fire House—Simpson, 30 Simpson Ave., Engine Room

District 6, 7, 9, 37
Littleton Elementary School, 51 Brooklawn Dr., Gym

District 10, 12 
Lake Parsippany Fire House, 255 Halsey Rd., Rear Entrance Meeting Room

District 11, 13 
Brooklawn Middle School, 250 Beachwood Rd., Girls' Auxiliary Gym Room

District 14, 19 
Parsippany Police Dept., 3339 Route 46 East, Community Meeting Room

District 15, 16, 20 
Board of Education Bldg., 292 Parsippany Rd., Meeting Room

District 17 
Eastlake Elementary School, 40 Eba Rd., Gym

District 21, 22, 23, 28 
Northvail Elementary School, 10 Eileen Ct.

District 24, 25, 27, 35, 36 
Rockaway Meadow Elementary School, 160 Edwards Rd., Gym

District 26 
Rockaway Neck Fire House, 650 Old Bloomfield Ave., Meeting Room

District 2930, 31, 38 
Knollwood Elementary School, 445 Knoll Dr., Gym

District 32
Parsippany Community Center, 1130 Knoll Rd., Meeting Room B

District 33, 34 
, 68 Nokomis Ave., Lower Level Meeting Room

For more information, you can reach Town Clerk Yancy Wazirmas at  (973) 263-4358      .

Michael Brancato November 06, 2012 at 11:49 AM
Hi Natalie, This may be a bit late, but could you also post what time the polls are open and when they close? Thanks.
Concerned November 06, 2012 at 12:01 PM
My wife and I went early morning at 6am (as we have always done) on our way to work to Vote. To our surprise we were told that my wife cannot vote because she is a mail in voter. We never requested a mail in ballot. We were asked to go to the court house. We did not because we had to go to work to south Jersey. We are very disappointed.


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