NewsWhat to expect when voting in Prince George (Advance Polls open today) SHARE ON: Dione Wearmouth, staff Thursday, Oct. 15th, 2020 File photoThe upcoming election is quickly approaching and you may be wondering where and how to vote; so here is a complete list of the different ways to vote this year!Election night is October 24th and depending on what constituency you reside in, the time and place to cast your ballot will differ.Here is a list of items Elections BC is recommending you bring:A valid ID that shows your name and address‘Where to Vote’ card, look for it in the mail from Elections BC before advance voting starts. (Bringing it with you to the voting place will make voting faster.)Your own pen or pencilA MaskA COMPLETE LIST OF WHERE AND WHEN TO VOTE IN PG AND AREA:PG/Valemount Advance Voting from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.Oct. 15 to 21 – Columbus Community Centre – 7201 Domino Blvd., Prince GeorgeOct. 15 to 21 – Elks Hall – 172 Holdway St., McBrideOct. 15 to 21 – Golden Years Lodge – 1300 Main St., ValemountOct. 15 to 21 – Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church – 3590 Dufferin Ave., Prince GeorgeOct. 15 to 21 – Prince George Civic Centre – 808 Canada Games Way, Prince GeorgePG/Mackenzie Advance Voting from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.Oct. 19 to 21 – Christ Our Saviour Church Hall – 4514 Austin Rd. W, Prince GeorgeOct. 17 to 18 – Mackenzie Secondary School – 500 Skeena Dr., MackenzieOct. 15 to 17 – Prince George Family Worship Centre – 3400 Hart Hwy., Prince GeorgeOct. 15 to 21 – Trinity United Church – Spruceland Area – 3555 Fifth Ave., Prince GeorgePG/Valemont General Voting Day from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 24Blackburn Comunity Centre – 2451 Blackburn Rd. S., Prince GeorgeBuckhorn Elementary School – 5190 Buckhorn Lake Rd., BuckhornColumbus Community Centre – 7201 Domano Blvd., Prince GeorgeDome Creek Community Centre – 13766 – Dome Creed Rd., Dome CreekDunster Community Hall – 7085 Read Red., DunsterElks Hall – 172 Holdway St., McBrideFerndale Tabour Fire Department – 16315 Giscome Rd., FerndaleFirst Baptist Church – 483 Gillett St., Prince GeorgeHarwin Elementary School – 1193 Harper St., Prince GeorgeHixon Elementary School – 378 Lockyer Rd., HixonPineview Elementary School – 8515 Old Cariboo Hwy., Prince GeorgePrince George Civic Centre – 808 Canada Games Way – Prince GeorgePrince George Secondary School – 2901 Griffiths Ave., Prince GeorgeSinclair Mills Community Hall – 37832 Upper Fraser Rd., Sinclair MillsSouthridge Elementary School – 7300 Southridge Ave., Prince GeorgeValemount Community Hall – 101 Gorse St., ValemountVan Bien Elementary School – 311 Wilson Cres., Prince GeorgeVanway Elementary School – 4509 Highway 16 W., Prince GeorgeWestwood Elementary School – 2633 Vanier Dr., Prince GeorgeWillow River Firehall – 524 Railway Ave., Willow RiverPG/Mackenzie General Voting day from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 24Bear Lake Commission – 353 Grizzly Ave., Bear LakeBeaverly Elementary School – 9777 Western Rd., Prince GeorgeChrist Our Saviour Church Hall – 4514 Austin Rd. W., Prince GeorgeD.P. Todd Secondary School – 4444 Hill Ave., Prince GeorgeEdgewood Elementary School – 4440 Craig Dr., Prince GeorgeFoothills Elementary School – 4375 Eaglenest Cres., Prince GeorgeHart Highlands Elementary School – 2233 Sussex Lane., Prince GeorgeHeather Park Elementary School – 7151 Heather Park Rd., Prince GeorgeKinsmen Club of Prince George – 777 Kinsmen Pl., Prince GeorgeMackenzie Secondary School – 500 Skeena Dr., MackenzieMcLeod Lake Community Hall – 48189 Hwy 97 – McLeod LakeMiworth Community Hall – 13510 Flint Rd., Prince GeorgeNess Lake Community Hall – 8770 Lakeside Dr., Reid LakeNukko Lake Community Hall – 23485 Chief Lake Rd., Nukko LakePinewood Elementary School – 4140 Campbell Ave., Prince GeorgePrince George Family Worship Centre = 3400 Hart Hwy., Prince GeorgeQuinson Elementary School – 251 S. Ogilvie St., Prince GeorgeSalmon Valley Community Hall – 17735 Trout Rd., Salmon ValleySummit Lake Community Hall – 1280 Adams Rd., Summit LakeVoting at a district electoral office is also available, for the complete list of district electoral offices, click here.To vote by mail, you must either request a vote-by-mail package online or call Elections BC at 1-800-661-8683.However, the mail-in ballot must be received by Elections BC before 8 pm on October 24th and Elections BC is recommending to apply for the package before October 17th.