Mail-in Ballots

If you are registered to vote in the state of PA you can request a mail-in ballot without providing a reason (unlike absentee ballots).  You can request your ballot online if you have a PA photo ID (a PA driver’s license or a PA photo ID issued by the PA Dept of Transportation). 

At this time, we are recommending that voters strongly consider requesting a mail-in ballot to avoid long lines as well as potential transmission of the COVID-19 flu. 

To request a mail-in ballot, please visit the PA Voter Services website.  Make sure that you give yourself plenty of time to receive your ballot AND to get it back to the MontCo election office by the date of the election (postmarks do NOT count; your ballot must be at the county election office by 8pm of primary or election day.

Click here for more information from the state government voting guide.


Voter Registration

In order to vote in a primary (spring) or general (November) election you must register to vote with Montgomery County Voter Services.

Individuals applying to register to vote must be:

  • A citizen of the United States for at least one month before the next primary, special, municipal, or general election.
  • A resident of Pennsylvania and the election district in which the individual desires to register and vote for at least 30 days before the next primary, special, municipal, or general election.
  • At least 18 years of age on or before the day of the next primary, special, municipal, or general election.

You can register to vote online through the Pennsylvania Department of State’s online application. Please click here to proceed to this site (you will be redirected to the Department of State secure site).

Absentee & Mail-In Voting Information Here


Where to Vote

The Borough of Collegeville is divided into three voting precincts.  If you are unsure what district you live in or where to vote, please call 610/489-9208 or visit the PA Dept. of State voter registration page here.

Collegevillle Precinct 1: vote at Trinity Church 532 E Main St Collegeville

Collegeville Precinct 2:  vote at Schellhase Commons, 5th and Main St Collegeville. Enter the campus at the Main Street entrance. Enter via the courtyard where the bear statue is located. Voting is the meeting room to the left of the statue.  Enter at the second door. 

Collegeville Precinct 3: vote at Borough Hall 491 E Main St Collegeville    

Want to vote by mail?  Learn more and register to vote by mail or by absentee ballot through the Voter Services page, here.

For all information related to voting, including where to vote, please visit Voter Services on the Montgomery County website.

New Voting System
Election Results

The Borough is represented at the state and national level by the following elected officials:


U.S. Senate (Sen. Bob Casey and Sen. Patrick Toomey)

U.S. House of Representatives: PA Fourth Congressional District (Rep. Madeleine Dean)


PA Governor: (Tom Wolf)

44th State Senate District (Sen. Katie Muth).

150th State House District (Rep. Joe Webster)

Primary and general elections are held every year for various offices at the local, state and national level. The schedule is as follows:

  • In even years (e.g., 2022 or 2024) we elect state and national officials.
  • In odd years (e.g., 2021 or 2023) we elect local and regional officials, including borough council members and judges. 
  • Every fourth year there is a presidential election at the national level (2024, 2028, etc).  There are also special elections held from time to time to fill positions that have been vacated.

Borough council meets the 1st Wednesday of each month.

Borough of Collegeville

Borough Hall
491 E. Main St., Collegeville, PA 19426
Phone: 610-489-9208
Fax: 610-489-6661
Email Us

Borough Hall Office Hours: Monday - Friday: 9AM – 4PM

Police Department

Emergency: Call 911

Non-emergency (24/7):  610-489-9332

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