Polling Stations in Berkshire County

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Polls are open in Massachusetts from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. for state & federal elections, including primaries; municipal election times vary.

Where to vote:

Adams: Department of Public Works garage, North Summer Street
Becket: Town Hall, Main Street
Cheshire: Community Senior Center, 119 School St.
Clarksburg: Senior Center, Cross Road
Dalton: Community Center, Main Street
Egremont: Fire station, Egremont Plain Road
Florida: Town Office, 379 Mohawk Trail
Great Barrington:

  • Precincts A, C, D: Fire Station, 37 State Road
  • Precinct B: Housatonic Community Center, Main Street

Hancock: Hancock School, Route 43
Hinsdale: Town Hall, South Street
Lanesborough: Town Hall, 83 North Main St.
Lee: Crossway Village, 21 Crossway
Lenox: Town Hall, Walker Street
Monterey: Fire Hall, Main Road
Mount Washington: Town Hall, East Street
New Ashford: Town Hall, Mallory Road
New Marlborough: Town Hall, Mill River Southfield Road
Otis: Town Hall, North Main Street
Peru: Community Center, East Main Road


Richmond: Town Hall, State Road
Sandisfield: Old Town Hall, Silverbrook Road
Savoy: Senior Center, 720 Main Road
Sheffield: Town Hall, Depot Square
Stockbridge: Town Hall, Main Street
Tyringham: Town Hall, Main Road
Washington: Town Hall, Summit Hill Road
West Stockbridge: Village School, State Line Road
Williamstown: Williamstown Elementary School, 115 Church St. (Use the School Street lot & doors)
Windsor: Town Hall, Route 9

North Adams (Polls open 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. for municipal elections)

  • All five wards: St. Elizabeth's Parish Center

Pittsfield (Polls open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. for municipal elections)

  • Ward 1, Precinct A: Reid Middle School, 950 North St.
  • Ward 1, Precinct B: Reid Middle School, 950 North St.
  • Ward 2, Precinct A: Morningside Community School, 100 Burbank St.
  • Ward 2, Precinct B: Somerset Fire Station, Somerset Ave.
  • Ward 3, Precinct A: Providence Court, 379 East St.
  • Ward 3, Precinct B: Egremont Elementary School, 84 Egremont Ave.
  • Ward 4, Precinct A: Herberg Middle School, 501 Pomeroy Ave.
  • Ward 4, Precinct B: Williams School, 50 Bushey Road
  • Ward 5, Precinct A: Berkshire Athenaeum, 1 Wendell Ave.
  • Ward 5, Precinct B: Berkshire Athenaeum, 1 Wendell Ave.
  • Ward 6, Precinct A: Columbus Arms Housing, 65 Columbus Ave.
  • Ward 6, Precinct B: Conte Community School, 200 W. Union St.
  • Ward 7, Precinct A: Fire Station, 54 Peck's Road
  • Ward 7, Precinct B: Capeless Elementary School, 86 Brooks Ave.

In Vermont, polling hours vary by town:

Pownal: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Pownal Center Fire Station off Route 7
Readsboro: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Readsboro Central School
Stamford: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., Stamford School, Main Road

Updated:  October 31, 2019


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