Monday, October 26 – Friday, October 30 dates announced
Ontario, California (October 7, 2020) – Toyota Arena management has announced the venue will serve as an early polling location for the 2020 Presidential Election. “Although our Arena remains closed for our normal events per the State of California mandate we are happy that we can have the space used as a polling place for several weeks leading up to an including election day” said Michael Krouse, President and CEO of Toyota Arena.
The San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters has announced any registered voter can cast their ballot prior to Election Day at one of several locations, including Toyota Arena.
Open Monday, October 26 – Friday, October 30, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
For more information visit: https://www.sbcountyelections.com/Voting/Early.aspx
On the days and times the polls are open the public will be able to park in Lot C and use the main entrance of Toyota Arena. Voting will take place in the main lobby area.
About Toyota Arena
Toyota Arena, built and owned by the City of Ontario and managed by ASM Global, includes 9,500 fixed seats with additional “portable” seating risers to accommodate capacities of 11,089 for concerts, 9,736 for ice hockey or arena football and 10,832 for basketball. The 225,000 square foot venue features 36 luxury suites located on two levels and a continuous concourse hosting a variety of refreshment stands, merchandise kiosks, a VIP club and other fan amenities. Toyota Arena hosts ice hockey, soccer, and a variety of other sporting competitions, concerts, family shows, special events, graduation ceremonies and community activities as well as private events. The Arena is home to Ontario Reign, an AHL Hockey Team, and Ontario Fury, a MASL Soccer Team and the Aqua Caliente Clippers of Ontario, a G league basketball team. Toyota Arena is the biggest and most modern arena within the Inland Empire, an area with over 4.7 million people. It is located in the City of Ontario, California, on a 37-acre parcel located between Haven Avenue and Milliken Avenue, Fourth Street and the I-10 Freeway. For more information visit Toyota-Arena.com