(WFRV) – Many area municipalities have moved polling locations ahead of the April 7 election due to the coronavirus. Voters are reminded that the last day to request an absentee ballot is Thursday, April 2.


All voting on April 7 for Allouez residents will be held at the Allouez Village Hall at 1900 Libal Street.

Allouez residents who are voting via an absentee ballot are encouraged to place them in the drop box just inside the Village Hall or in the yellow drop box at the north driveway entrance to the Village Hall.

De Pere

The City of De Pere has consolidated its four polls down to two due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Residents on the west side of the Fox River will use the De Pere Community Center at 600 Grant Street and those on the east side will use the St. Francis Xavier Parish Community Center (Notre Dame Middle School) at 220 S. Michigan Street. More specifically, voters in wards 1 through 9 and 18 will use St. Francis while wards 10 through 17 will use the De Pere Community Center.

Fond du Lac

Four polling places in Fond du Lac have been moved due to the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Voting at Fire Station No. 1 on S. Main Street will now be held at the Fond du Lac Public Library on Sheboygan Street.
  • Voting at the Police Department has been moved to the City/County Government Building on S. Macy Street.
  • Voting at the Senior Center on E. 1st Street will now be at the Fond du Lac Public Library on Sheboygan Street.
  • Voting at the Aquatic Center on W. 9th Street will now be held at the City/County Government Building on S. Macy Street.
Green Bay

The city of Green Bay has created two emergency polling locations at West High School’s gym at 966 Shawano Avenue and East High School’s gym at 1415 East Walnut.

Voters in Wards 25 and 28-47 will vote at West High while voters in wards 1-24, 26, and 27 will vote at East High. Voters are asked to park in the lots adjacent to the high school, not on Baird, on Shawano, in ‘no parking’ zones, or in front of residents’ driveways.

City officials ask residents to maintain a 6-foot distance from others and to please refrain from bringing children to the polls. Voters are encouraged to bring their own black ball-point pens, but freshly sanitized pens will be available.


Harrison officials have announced that the polling location at Christ the Rock has been closed ahead of Tuesday’s election.

Voters in wards 3, 4, 11, 12, 13, 17, and 18 will now vote at the Harrison Municipal Garage at W5298 State Road 114. Voters should enter on the south side of the building.

Voters in Wards 5-10 and 14-16 should still report to the Board Room at the Harrison Municipal Building, W5298 State Road 114.


Voters in the first and second districts of Kaukauna will vote in the Council Chambers in the Municipal Services Building on W. Second Street. Voters from the third and fourth aldermanic districts will vote in the Community Room in the Street/Park/Athletic/Recreation (SPAR) Building on Reaume Avenue.

Little Chute

All voting in the Village of Little Chute will take place at the Little Chute Civic Center at 625 Grand Avenue. The move is to allow for the proper precautions to take place regarding the coronavirus as well as provide enough poll workers to keep the poll open.


The City of Manitowoc says voters in District 1 will now vote at the Silver Creek Fieldhouse at 3001 S. 10th Street. Voters in District 8 will now vote at Lincoln Park Cabin 2 at 1215 N. 8th Street.


Some of Menasha’s polling locations have been combined:

  • Districts 1, 2, 3, & 4 will now vote at the Boys and Girls Club at 600 Racine Street
  • District 6 will remain at Jefferson School at 105 Ice Street
  • Districts 5, 7, & 8 will now vote at Winnegamie Dog Club at 2043 Manitowoc Road

Mayor Dean Kaufert and Neenah Election Taskforce Chair and Council President Todd Stevenson have elected to consolidate all six of Neenah’s polling locations to the empty Shopko location at 699 S. Green Bay Road.

Mayor Kaufert says the building meets all of the necessary criteria and, since the store’s closure last year, nobody has been inside.


The City of Oshkosh has announced chances for voters in districts 2, 10, and 16.

District 2 voters that voted at Reeve Union will now vote at St. John’s Church at 808 N. Main Street. District 10 voters that voted at Living Water Lutheran Church will not vote at Calvary Lutheran Church at 2580 W. 9th Avenue. Voters from District 16 that voted at Sunnyview Expo will now vote at Elks Lodge at 175 W. Fernau Avenue.


All voters in Suamico will now vote at the Municipal Services Center at 12781 Velp Avenue.

Editor’s Note: Voters are encouraged to visit MyVote.wi.gov for more information on their polling place, what to expect on their ballot, and more.