For the special election scheduled by the South Pasadena Unified School District to vote on Measure S, the City of South Pasadena will host a ballot drop-off location at City Hall Council Chambers, Mayor’s Conference Room, 1424 Mission Street, on Tuesday between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Measure S, if passed by two-thirds of those who vote, will renew and increase the existing parcel tax to $386 per year per parcel for five years, with exemptions for seniors and the disabled, in order to fund South Pasadena public schools.
Registered voters received the mail-only ballots in mid-February. The ballots were to be voted and returned by mail to the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk (LACRR/CC) by March 12. On that final date, voters who have not returned their voted ballots by mail can drop them off at the City Council Chambers/Mayor’s Conference Room.
Representatives from the LACRR/CC will be in attendance to accept ballots. For this election, there will be no polling places.