View Miami-Dade County’s Voter Toolkit to know what to bring with you to vote.
Registering to Vote
Who can register to vote:
- Anyone who is at least 18 years of age may vote; although you can pre-register at 16 years of age; and
- You must be a citizen of the United States.
Who cannot register to vote:
- Anyone who does not meet the above requirements;
- Anyone who has been declared “mentally incompetent” who has not had his/her rights restored; or
- Anyone convicted of a felony who has not had his/her voting rights restored.
Voter Registration Applications are available at: www.miamidade.gov/elections.
Polling Places in Sunny Isles Beach
Notice – Temporary Polling Location Change for May 23, 2023 Special Election:
The Miami-Dade County Supervisor of Elections (SOE) has temporarily changed the polling location for Precincts 002 and 003.
|Precinct||Previous Location||New Temporary Location|
|002||St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church||Gateway Center, 151 Sunny Isles Boulevard|
|003||Winston Towers – Building 100||Gateway Center, 151 Sunny Isles Boulevard|
These changes will take effect for the upcoming May 23 Special Election. Registered voters in these precincts can expect to receive a “Temporary Polling Place” card to use when voting.
For more information, please call The Miami-Dade County Supervisor of Elections at (305) 499-VOTE (8683), or the Office of the City Clerk at (305) 792-1703.
Polling location is assigned by precinct. On Election Day you must vote at your assigned precinct. To find your assigned precinct please refer to your voter registration card, visit Miami-Dade County’s Voter Information webpage, or contact the Miami Dade Supervisor of Elections at 305.499.VOTE.
|002||St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church||17775 North Bay Road|
|003||Winston Towers – Building 100||250 174 Street|
|004||Gateway Center||151 Sunny Isles Boulevard|
|005||Arlen House Condo West – Auditorium||350 Bay View Drive|
|067||Sunny Isles Beach Government Center||18070 Collins Avenue, 1st Floor|