Greene County redistricting map can be found under the dropdown "How do I..." on Greene County's main webpage. Select "View GIS Mapping." Once there, click on Layers then scroll to bottom of list. Mark box for Election Districts and Precincts. Utilize a simple search by typing in Owner Name or Parcel ID number in Parcel Search, or use the drop-down arrow to search via Address in Address Search or via Street Name in Street Search.
State level redistricting has changed all of Greene's districts. New districts are as follows: Federal Member House of Representatives - 7th District, State Senate District 28, and State House of Delegates District 62.
The General Registrar's Office provides opportunities for all qualified citizens of the County of Greene to register to vote; to promote the integrity of the electoral process by maintaining accurate and current voter registration records used in elections; to coordinate elections so they are conducted in a manner that secures the qualified citizen's right to vote and ensures that the results accurately reflect the voter's will.
Greene County has a General and Special Election on November 8, 2022. Public notice here. See sample ballots under Helpful Documents. Early voting begins on Friday, September 23, 2022 and continues on weekdays (except October 10). Also open on Saturdays: October 29 and November 5. Hours are 9:00 am – til 5:00 pm. Open extended hours on Wednesday, October 26 and Thursday, November 3 until 7:00 pm. Or vote on Election Day at your precinct between 6:00 am and 7:00 pm.
The Greene County Office of Voter Registration is located at 32 Stanard Street. You may register to vote in person, or print an application, fill it out completely and mail it to PO Box 341, Stanardsville, VA 22973.
You may also choose to register online at https://vote.elections.virginia.gov/VoterInformation
In order to complete the online registration, you will need your social security number as well as your Virginia Driver’s License number for security purposes.
Please note: It is only necessary to register to vote one time. Your voter registration information will remain on file for future elections. If you have a name or address change, it is your responsibility to submit a new registration form. A voter's name can be removed from the database if the voter does NOT vote in two consecutive Federal elections. (A Federal election occurs every even-numbered year.)
Refer to Frequently Asked Questions under “In This Section” or call the office with any questions.