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Fairfield Polling Places by District

League of Women Voters Guide

Fairfield Polling Places by District

Below is the listing of Fairfield polling places, listed by RTM districts (1–10) and State House districts (132, 133, or 134). If you are unsure of your district (either RTM or State House), you can find your district by street on Fairfield’s website at www.fairfieldct.org/VoterFairfieldStreetList.pdf or call the Registrars of Voters office (203-256-3115).

Please Note: Following the 2012 election, when the RTM completes its redistricting process, the district numbers and polling places will change. Information about the changes will be available on the website noted above or from the Registrars of Voter office.

 

District 1-132: Fairfield Senior Center, 100 Mona Terrace

 

District 2-132: St. Pius X School, 824 Brookside Drive

District 2-133: St. Pius X School, 824 Brookside Drive

District 2-134: St. Pius X School, 824 Brookside Drive

 

District 3-132: Dwight Elementary School, 1600 Redding Road

District 3-134: Dwight Elementary School, 1600 Redding Road

 

District 4-132: Osborn Hill School, 760 Stillson Road

District 4-133: Osborn Hill School, 760 Stillson Road

District 4-134: Osborn Hill School, 760 Stillson Road

 

District 5-132: McKinley School, 60 Thompson Street

District 5-133: McKinley School, 60 Thompson Street

 

District 6-132: Fairfield Warde High School, 755 Melville Avenue

District 6-133: Fairfield Warde High School, 755 Melville Avenue

 

District 7-133: North Stratfield School, 190 Putting Green Road

District 7-134: North Stratfield School, 190 Putting Green Road

 

District 8-132: Holland Hill School, 200 Meadowcroft Road

District 8-133: Holland Hill School, 200 Meadowcroft Road

District 8-134: Holland Hill School, 200 Meadowcroft Road

 

District 9-132: Fairfield Ludlowe High School, 785 Unquowa Road

 

District 10-132: Roger Sherman School, 250 Fern Street

District 10-133: Roger Sherman School, 250 Fern Street

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