Please bring your Voter Notification Letter along with proof of identity and residency to the voting location.
  • South Walsingham Hall (Limited Accessibility), 2070 Main St., Walsingham
  • Delhi Friendship Center, 418 Queen St., Delhi - Accessible Voting Machine available
  • Simcoe Legion, 200 West St., Simcoe - Accessible Voting Machine available
  • Port Dover Lions Community Center, 801 St. George St., Port dover
  • Waterford Legion, 223 Nichol St. W., Waterford
  • Langton Community Center, 28 Albert St., Langton - Accessible Voting Machine available
  • Port Dover Lions Community Center, 801 St. George St., Port Dover - Accessible Voting Machine available
  • Simcoe Salvation Army Church, 184 Colborne St. N., Simcoe
  • Fire Station #8 – Fairground (Limited Accessibility), 722 Norfolk Road 28
  • Delhi Friendship Center, 418 Queen St., Delhi
  • Courtland Community Center, 272 Main St., Courtland - Accessible Voting Machine available
  • Vittoria & District Community Center, 35 Oakes Blvd, Vittoria - Accessible Voting Machine available
  • Ward 1
    • Port Rowan Community Centre, 14 College Avenue, Port Rowan
    • St. Williams Community Centre, 80 Queen Street, St. Williams
  • Ward 2
    • Langton Community Centre, 28 Alberta Street, Langton
    • Courtland Community Centre, 272 Main Street, Courtland
  • Ward 3
    • Delhi German Hall, 443 James St., Delhi
    • Teeterville Fire Station, 186 Teeter St., Teeterville
  • Ward 4
    • Vittoria & District Community Centre, 35 Oakes Blvd., Vittoria
    • Lynnville United Church (Limited Accessibility), 1418 Windham Road 11, Windham Centre
  • Ward 5
    • Simcoe Legion, 200 West St., Simcoe
    • Emmanuel Bible Church, 24 Churchill Circle, Simcoe
  • Ward 6
    • Port Dover Lions Community Centre, 801 St. George St., Port Dover
    • Grace United Church, 18 Chapman St. W, Port Dover
  • Ward 7
    • Waterford Legion, 223 Nichol St. W, Waterford
    • Villa Nova Baptist Church, 766 Villa Nova Rd, Waterford
**For more information about accessibility of our voting locations please contact [email protected] **
  • You are eligible to vote in the 2022 Municipal Election, if on Voting Day (Monday, October 24, 2022), you:
    • Are a Canadian Citizen
    • Are at least 18 years old
    • Reside in Norfolk, or are the owner or tenant of land in Norfolk or the spouse of such owner or tenant
    • Are not prohibited from voting as defined below
  • The following are prohibited from voting:
    • A person who is serving a sentence of imprisonment in a penal or correctional institution
    • A corporation
    • A person acting as executor or trustee or in any other representative capacity, except as a voting proxy in accordance with section 44.
    • A person who was convicted of the corrupt practice described in subsection 90 (3), if voting day in the current election is less than five years after voting day in the election in respect of which he or she was convicted.
  •  English Public Voter must:
    • be a supporter of the English-language public district school board; or
    • not be a supporter of any board, nor have qualified him- or herself as an elector for a separate or French-language school board in the election.
  • English Separate Voter must: • be a Roman Catholic who must:
      • qualify as an elector for the English-language separate district school board; or
      • be a supporter (or be the spouse of a supporter) of the English-language separate district school board.
  • be a French-language rights holder (see ss. 23(1) and (2) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms for criteria) who must:
    • qualify as an elector for the French-language public district school board; or
    • be a supporter (or the spouse of a supporter) of the French-language public district school board.
  • be a Roman Catholic and
  • a French-language rights holder (see the Charter for criteria ) who must:
    • qualify as an elector for the French-language separate district school board; or
    • be a supporter (or the spouse of a supporter) of the French-language separate district school board.
  • Students are allowed to vote in both their home municipality and the municipality where they are attending school
Voting subdivisions, residents and non-residents
  • If the local municipality is divided into voting subdivisions,
    • the name of each resident elector shall be entered on the preliminary list for the voting subdivision in which he or she resides; and
    • the name of each non-resident elector shall be entered on the preliminary list for the voting subdivision in which the elector or his or her spouse is an owner or tenant of land. 1996, c. 32, Sched., s. 19 (5); 1999, c. 6, s. 43 (2); 2005, c. 5, s. 46 (2).
One entry only
  •  An elector’s name shall appear on the preliminary list for a local municipality only once. 1996, c. 32, Sched., s. 19 (6).
Same
  • For greater certainty, if a municipality is divided into wards, an elector is entitled to vote only in the ward where he or she resides, even if the elector resides in one ward and is the owner or tenant of land in a different ward or is the spouse of an owner or tenant of land in a different ward. 2016, c. 15, s. 15.
Identification is required when you vote. You will need to show ID which contains your name and address. You may have to show two pieces of ID to accomplish this. Please bring an original, or certified/notarized copy, of any of the following documents:
  • Ontario driver’s licence
  • Ontario Health Card (photo card)
  • Ontario Photo Card
  • Ontario motor vehicle permit (vehicle portion)
  • cancelled personalized cheque
  • mortgage statement, lease or rental agreement relating to property in Ontario
  • insurance policy or insurance statement
  • loan agreement or other financial agreement with a financial institution
  • document issued or certified by a court in Ontario
  • any other document from the government of Canada, Ontario or a municipality in Ontario or from an agency or such a government
  • any document from a Band Council in Ontario established under the Indian Act (Canada)
  • income tax assessment notice
  • child tax benefit statement
  • statement of employment insurance benefits paid T4E
  • statement of old age security T4A (OAS)
  • statement of Canada Pension Plan benefits T4A (P)
  • Canada Pension Plan statement of contributions
  • statement of direct deposit for Ontario Works
  • statement of direct deposit for Ontario Disability Support Program
  • Workplace Safety and Insurance Board statement of benefits T5007
  • property tax assessment
  • credit card statement, bank account statement, or RRSP, RRIF, RHOSP or T5 statement
  • CNIB Card or a card from another registered charitable organization that provides services to persons with disabilities
  • hospital card or record
  • document showing campus residence, issued by the office or officials responsible for student residence at a post-secondary institution
  • document showing residence at a long-term care home under the Long-Term Care Homes Act, 2007, issued by the Administrator for the home
  • utility bill for hydro, water, gas, telephone or cable TV or a bill from a public utilities commission
  • cheque stub, T4 statement or pay receipt issued by an employer
  • transcript or report card from a post-secondary school
If you find voting using a paper ballot difficult, you can bring a friend or a relative to assist you with marking the ballot. When you arrive at the poll, be sure to tell the greeter you have someone assisting you. Your friend/relative will need to take an oath affirming they will mark the ballot according to your instructions, and they can then proceed with you through the polling station and behind the voter's screen where the ballot is marked. Accessibility Plan 2022 For anyone requesting interpreters or requiring other accessible options, please email [email protected] or call 519-426-5870 as early as possible in order for us to have time to make arrangements.

The Voters' List identifies people who are eligible to vote in the municipal election, by name, qualifying address, school support and residency. The Voters' List is put together for each election based on information that is held by the Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC).

To amend the voter’s list please contact [email protected]

The most common errors include:
  • Tenants not being on the list or they are on the list and they no longer reside at that address
  • The spouse of an owner of a property that is not a "registered owner" at the Land Registry Office
  • Change of name due to marriage
  • School Support Change
If for any reason you will be unable to cast your ballot in person on Election Day or at an advance poll, proxy voting allows you to appoint another person to vote on your behalf. A voting proxy is someone who is an eligible voter in Norfolk County and who you trust to vote in accordance with your wishes. The first possible day for an elector to appoint a voting proxy is Monday, August 22, 2022. Proxy applications can be submitted by appointment only during regular business hours between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.  Proxy applications may also be submitted during the hours of 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on any day of an advance vote at the County Administration Office, 50 Colborne Street South, Simcoe.
The Elector making the appointment will complete Sections A, B and C of the form. The form needs to be witnessed in section C. As long as the Elector making appointment portion is completed and witnessed, only the appointed Elector needs to attend our office. The appointed Elector is required to complete a declaration, Section D, and have their signature witnessed by the Clerk or designate. Two copies of this form must be completed.
Any eligible elector can be appointed.
A person can only act as a proxy for one other person, except this does not apply if the proxy and the other person are spouses or siblings of each other, parent and child, or grandparent and grandchild.
A person who has been appointed a voting proxy shall; (a) complete an application in the prescribed form, including a statutory declaration that he or she is the person appointed as a voting proxy; and (b) present the application and the appointing document to the Clerk at the clerk’s office, or any place designated by the clerk, in person. The application may be presented at any time when the clerk’s office or other place designated by the Clerk is open. Then a signature is required from the Clerk or designate.
The appointed proxy will need to produce the Appointment of Voting Proxy – Form 3 document completed in full. They will take an oral oath at the poll when being issued their proxy ballot.
Yes. If the Wards are the same, they will be issued two ballots. If they differ, then the Proxy will attend two (or more) polls as appropriate to complete the Voting process.