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2023 NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL ELECTIONS

- CALL FOR CANDIDATES -

Candidate Filing Period open Dec. 2, 2022 through Jan. 17, 2023

 

 

All candidates shall be required to provide the appropriate documentation for the position they are seeking. Information and details on becoming a candidate can be found at:

https://clerk.lacity.org/clerk-services/elections/nc-elections

 

The election is run by the Los Angeles City Clerk office. For more information, please call the Neighborhood Council Election Section at (213) 978-0444 or email them at Clerk.ElectionsNC@lacity.org.

OPEN SEATS FOR THIS ELECTION

2 seats for At Large Representative – Candidates must live, work, or own real property within the boundaries of the neighborhood council or meet the qualifications for the non-governmental organization seat. The candidate with the most votes will serve a 4-year term and the second most votes will serve a 2-year term

 

2 seats for Averill Area – Candidates must live or own property in this area, basically the area between 7th and 19th from Leland to the City Boundary. The candidate with the most votes will serve a 4-year term and the second most votes will serve a 2-year term.

 

1 seat for Park Western Area – Candidates must live or own property in this area, Basically the area between Capitol Drive and Peck Park/Miraflores. The candidate with the most votes will serve a 4-year term.

 

1 seat for Taper Ave Area – Candidates must live or own property in this area - Basically the area from Capitol Drive to Palos Verdes Drive. The candidate with the most votes will serve a 4-year term.

 

2 seats for Summerland/Miraleste Area – Candidates must live or own property in this area - Basically the area between Peck Park and 7th Street, excluding La Rambla, from Meyler to the City boundary. The candidate with the most votes will serve a 4-year term and the second most votes will serve a 2-year term.

 

1 seat for Business Representative – The candidate with the most votes will serve a 4-year term. Candidates must:

• Own or work at a business, with a Business Tax Registration Certificate (BTRC) from the City of L.A., doing business within the boundaries of the NWSPNC; or

• Reside within the boundaries of the NWSPNC and own or work at a business that is member of the San Pedro Chamber of Commerce; or

• Reside within the boundaries of the NWSPNC and own or work at a business that is in zip codes 90731 or 90732.

 

1 seat for Non-Governmental Organization Representative – The candidate with the most votes will serve a 4-year term. Candidate must participate in a religious institution, non-profit organization, neighborhood association, faith-based group, senior group, youth group, arts association, service organization, cultural group, or environmental group with a facility address within the boundaries of the NWSPNC.

WHAT IT MEANS TO BE A NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL BOARD MEMBER:

2023 NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL ELECTIONS

- VOTING -

Vote-By-Mail Application Period

January 31, 2023, through March 13, 2023

 

Ballots will be mailed to those who applied starting February 25, 2023.  We strongly suggest that you apply for your ballots at the beginning of the period just in case the mail is slow.

 

Come back to this page for more updates as the voting period gets closer.

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