Voting Information

General Registration Information

The library has a Voter Registration self-serve kiosk for public use.  Stop by the Information desk for more information.

You can visit to:

  • Register to vote
  • View your voter profile
  • Check/update your voter registration status
  • Find your polling place
  • Information on how to obtain an absentee ballot
  • Find out who your elected officials are
  • View a sample ballot

Registration Information for West Allis Residents

In order to register to vote in the City of West Allis, you must have been living in your residence at least 10 days prior to the election.

State law does not allow voter registration on the Saturday, Sunday, or Monday prior to election day.

If you are a City of West Allis resident and you are not registered to vote in West Allis, you may register to vote in the following ways:


Register to vote a My Vote Wisconsin


West Allis City Hall, Clerk's office 7525 W. Greenfield Ave., hours of operation 11:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday. Visitors to the building will be greeted at the customer service center and, if needed, escorted to their destination within the building. Access to the building is only available through the south entrance, which will lead you directly to the customer service center. 


Download, print, and fill out a Voter Registration Application (PDF), and mail it to or drop off at the Clerk’s office at 7525 W. Greenfield Avenue, West Allis, WI 53214.

You must include your proof of residence when returning your voter registration application to the Clerk’s Office. Please note, the cut off for mailing in your registration to the Clerk’s Office is 20 days before the election (October 17) after that date, you will need to register at the Clerk’s Office or at your polling location.


Find your polling location.

Things to Bring to Register to Vote at the Polls

1. Proof of residence. Find procedures on how to register to vote and the documents you need.

2. Driver’s license or Wisconsin State Identification number AND expiration date of the document. If you have not been issued a driver’s license or Wisconsin State ID, then you must provide the last four digits of your social security number.