2023 Precinct Locations:
Henry County has 24 Precincts/Polling Locations, plus a CAP (Central Absentee Precinct) that handles all mail-in Absentee Ballots. We offer 45 days of Early Absentee Voting prior to every election at the Registrar/Elections Office.
Public Notice to Move Precinct #305 (Mountain Valley):
The Henry County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing on TUESDAY FEBRUARY 28, 2023 at 6:00pm , or as soon thereafter as can be heard, in the Board Meeting Room on the first floor of the Henry County Administration Building on Kings Mountain Road, Collinsville, Virginia. The purpose of the public hearing is to receive citizen input on a proposed amendment to the Henry County Code of Ordinances regarding changes in the polling place for the Mountain Valley precinct, to be moved from the Mountain Valley Leatherwood Club on North Fork Road, to Granberry United Methodist Church on Granberry Road, Martinsville.
- 2022 Henry County Precincts
- Henry County Polling Locations' link: Henry County Precinct Listing (PDF)
Effective with the June 8, 2021 Primary Election, the Fieldale Voting Precinct Number 201 was moved from the Rangeley Ruritan Building to Victory Baptist Church (1300 Dillon's Fork Road Fieldale, Virginia 24089). Notices and new Voter Registration Cards were mailed out to registered Voters in that Precinct.
Effective with the June 8, 2021 Primary Election, the Irisburg Voting Precinct Number 303 was moved from Freedom Baptist Church to The Galilean House of Worship (5078 A. L. Philpott Highway Martinsville, Virginia 24112). Notices and new Voter Registration Cards were mailed out to registered Voters in that Precinct.
Effective with the June 8, 2021 Primary Election, the Mountain View Voting Precinct Number 405 was moved from the VFW building on Old Chatham Road to Woodland Heights Free Will Baptist Church (1995 Old Chatham Road Martinsville, Virginia 24112). Notices and new Voter Registration Cards were mailed out to registered Voters in that Precinct.
2011 to 2021 Precincts - Districts - Polling Locations
2022 Precincts Updated: Redistricting
February 23, 2022
New maps detailing changes in the magisterial districts for Henry County are now available for viewing on the Henry County website. The changes coincide with the requirement under the Constitution of Virginia which stipulates a reapportionment of the magisterial districts must take place every 10 years following the release of the decennial census. Since 2010, the County has experienced a population decline that lowered the median population of the magisterial districts from 9,025 residents to 8,491 residents. According to state statute, all magisterial districts must be drawn to ensure each district falls within 5% of the median population. Minor changes were made to current district boundaries to account for the 5% requirement. Only the Iriswood District remained unchanged.
View the presentation, map changes or to check to see if your address was affected by redistricting online.