Register to Vote
If you are not already registered to vote, you should do so now. To vote in Virginia you need to be registered at least three weeks prior
to an election. Once you are Registered you do not need to register again
or change your registration unless you change your address or name.
How to Register
Voter registration is easy. You can do it in person by going to the Registrar's Office in Stanardsville, or download an application form and
mail it to the Registrar's office. (Or you can register when you renew your driver's license or do other business with the DMV.)
The Greene County Registrar's Office is at 32 Stanard Street in Stanardsville (the street behind the Courthouse - see the map).
Click here to visit the Registrar's website. The Registrar's
office is open from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday.
Click here to download an application form to mail to the Registrar's Office.
Changes in Voting Districts
Voting districts in Virginia have been revised to reflect changes in population as shown in the 2010 Census. The revisions changed the
voting precinct boundaries in Greene County and a new district / precinct was created, named the Midway District. You should have received
a new Voter Card showing where you will vote. If you have not received a new card, contact the Greene County Registrar's office.
Elected Officials in Greene County
Traditionally the elected officials in Greene County have not run on a partisan basis. These positions include the five members of the
Board of Supervisors, the Constitutional Officers (Commonwealth Attorney, Sheriff, Treasurer, Clerk of Court, and Commissioner of Revenue), and the
five School Board members. For more information on these elected positions, and
the expiration dates of current terms, click here.