Presidential election 2024

Presidential election take place on Saturday, June 1, 2024. Polling stations in Reykjavík are open from 9am to 10pm. The electoral register is available at Reykjavík City Hall from May 10.

Where is my polling station?



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Am I on the electoral register in Reykjavík?

If you are unsure whether you are on the electoral register in Reykjavík, you can look it up on the website of Registers Iceland.

How many polling stations are there?

For the 2024 presidential election, there are 25 polling stations in Reykjavík.

  • Álftamýrarskóli, 2 polling wards
  • Árbæjarskóli, 6 polling wards
  • Kringlan City Library, 2 polling wards
  • Borgaskóli, 4 polling wards
  • Breiðagerðisskóli, 4 polling wards
  • Breiðholtsskóli, 3 polling wards
  • Dalskóli, 2 polling wards
  • Foldaskóli, 5 polling wards
  • Fossvogsskóli, 3 polling wards
  • Frostaskjól, 4 polling wards
  • Hagaskóli, 5 polling wards
  • Hlíðaskóli, 4 polling wards
  • Höfðatorg, 2 polling wards
  • Ingunnarskóli, 4 polling wards
  • Austurberg Sports Center, 5 polling wards
  • Kjarvalsstaðir Museum, 4 polling wards
  • Klébergsskóli, 1 polling ward
  • Laugalækjarskóli, 5 polling wards
  • Norðlingaskóli, 2 polling wards
  • Reykjavík City Hall, 8 polling wards
  • Rimaskóli, 3 polling wards
  • Vesturbæjarskóli, 2 polling wards
  • Vogaskóli, 6 polling wards
  • Ölduselsskóli, 6 polling wards

Are all polling stations accessible?

All polling stations in Reykjavík are accessible. Voters can request a Braille sleeve for their ballots.

Do I need to bring ID?

Voters make themselves known at the polling station by providing identification. Credit cards and photo IDs with a social security number are considered valid IDs. A voter who shows up at the polling station without identification can go to the district electoral commission for assistance with identification.

Where can I vote early abroad?

Voters need to contact the embassy or consul in the respective country to find out where and when they can vote.

If a voter is unsure about where and how to vote abroad, it's best to contact the Ministry for Foreign Affairs' citizen service through or by phone at +354 5459900.

Where can I vote early in Iceland?

Early voting with district commissioners for the presidential election on June 1, 2024, began Thursday, May 2, 2024.

Early voting at the office of the District Commissioner of Greater Reykjavík takes place exclusively on the first floor of Holtagarðar.

Information on voting at other district commissioner's offices.

Can I follow the vote counting?

The electoral register is at the Reykjavík City Hall reception.

The constituency electoral commissions for Reykjavík's north and south districts will be at Reykjavík City Hall during the polling session.

Both electoral commissions will be at Laugardalshöll Arena after the polling session ends for vote counting.

Counting starts at 10pm and is open to everyone. The count will be streamed live on the Reykjavík City website.

Do you need more information or assistance?

For information related to elections in Reykjavík City, please call 411 4915 or email


The City's Service Center answers general inquiries by phone at 411 1111, via Live Chat, and through email at