Voting Information

Voters are encouraged to use the Polling Place Locator to verify their in-person polling location (make sure to enter Pittsburgh for the city). Voters will receive mailings confirming their polling place prior to the November election. Press releases and other public announcements will be made regarding those locations moving forward.

Polling places open at 7 AM and close at 8 PM. Anyone in line at 8 PM will be allowed to vote.

Poll workers will be provided masks, gloves, face shields and hand sanitizer. Additionally, there will be plexi-glass at the sign-in tables. There will also be cleaning materials at the polling place, tape to mark off 6’ distances for voters waiting in line and extra staff to help enforce the provisions. Voters will be asked to wear a face covering in compliance with the state order. Those who arrive without a face covering will be offered one.

What can I do to protect myself and others from COVID-19

If you are planning to vote in person on election day, please follow these steps to help ensure a safe and orderly voting experience for everyone:

  • Wear a mask that covers your nose and mouth. This can be a cloth mask or scarf, like you would wear in a grocery store.
    • We strongly encourage voters to wear masks out of respect for their fellow voters and for the dedicated poll workers staffing the polling places. Voters who are not wearing a mask will not be denied their right to vote. 
  • Bring your own blue- or black-ink pen to mark your ballot to limit your exposure to shared surfaces.
  • Practice good hand hygiene. You may want to bring hand sanitizer with you for your personal use.
  • Maintain social distance from poll workers and other voters. This means staying about six feet apart from other people while you are waiting in line, checking in and voting.
  • Follow instructions from poll workers and other election officials. They are there to help things run smoothly.
  • Be patient. This will be a new experience for everyone involved. You can help by being patient and understanding while you exercise your right to vote.

Forest Hills Borough is divided into 8 voting districts, and residents of each district report to their district’s polling location. You can get information about voter registration, as well as information about where to vote, by calling the Allegheny County Elections division at 412-350-4500.

You can now vote by mail in Pennsylvania.  For election-related information, to check your registration or to request a mail-in ballot, visit or call votespa at 877-868-3772

Information on elections and voting results can also be obtained by clicking on this link: Allegheny County Elections.

District 1
Forest Hills Presbyterian Church
1840 Ardmore Boulevard

District 2
Swimming Pool Lodge
400 Braddock Road just off Ardmore Boulevard

District 3
Hope Lutheran Church
353 Ridge Avenue

District 4
Westing House Lodge
799 Barclay Avenue

District 5
Christ Lutheran Church
400 Barclay Avenue

District 6
Forest Hills Presbyterian Church
1840 Ardmore Boulevard

District 7
Borough Fire Hall
2067 Ardmore Boulevard

District 8
Hope Lutheran Church
353 Ridge Avenue

Information on polling locations can also be found by clicking on this link: Polling Place Information (make sure to enter Pittsburgh for the city)

Additional information can be obtained from The League of Women Voters.

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