HCNNC’s Election Day is May 4, 2023!
Register as a Candidate January 4 – February 18, 2023 at the Candidate Registration Portal
Have you ever thought about running for elected office? Be the change in your community and run to become a representative in your neighborhood!
All 17 of HCNNC’s board seats will be on the ballot! Residents, property owners, business owners, employees, and “Community Interest Stakeholders***” within the HCNNC boundaries are eligible to run. Board terms begin on July 1, 2023 and last for 2 or 4 years, depending on the board seat.
How to Register
Registering as a candidate is easy. All you need to do is submit an application. (You do not need to collect petition signatures to qualify.)
The Candidate Filing Period for HCNNC begins on January 4, 2023 and ends on February 18, 2023.
Get More Info
For more information about neighborhood council elections, visit the City Clerk’s website at https://clerk.lacity.org/clerk-services/elections/nc-elections.
To see the list of registered candidates, click here.
Candidate Info Sessions
To register for a Candidate Info Session, visit http://tiny.cc/CandidateSessions. All Candidate Info Sessions are held online via Zoom, and are hosted by the City of LA’s Department of Neighborhood Empowerment and the LA City Clerk’s Elections Division.
At the Candidate Info Session, you can learn how to create a successful campaign using free and low-cost outreach strategies and how to fill out your candidate application. (You are not required to attend a candidate info session to register as a candidate.)
Upcoming Candidate Info Sessions:
***Note: A Community Interest Stakeholder is an individual who is a member of, or participates in, a Community Organization within the boundaries of the neighborhood council. A “Community Organization” is an entity that has continuously maintained a physical street address within the boundaries of the NC for not less than one year, and that performs ongoing and verifiable activities and operations that confer some benefit on the community within the boundaries of the neighborhood council. A for-profit entity shall not qualify as a Community Organization. Examples of Community Organizations include Chambers of Commerce, houses of worship or other faith-based organizations, educational institutions, or non-profit organizations.