SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION
The Norwalk City Council has sponsored Measure B, the Utility Users Tax (UUT) Modernization measure, which will be on the November 4, 2014 State-wide ballot. If passed, Measure B will modernize the language in the City's 22-year old UUT ordinance without raising taxes to ensure that all taxpayers are treated equally.
The City of Norwalk conducts general municipal elections in March of odd-numbered years to elect members to serve on the City Council. There are five members of the Norwalk City Council, each serving a four-year term of office. City Council serves all members of the public throughout the community. The four-year terms of office alternate so that two members of City Council are elected at one election and three are elected at the next election.
The City of Norwalk will conduct an election on March 3, 2015 to elect three members to the Norwalk City Council. To be a candidate for City Council, you must be registered to vote in the City of Norwalk at the time nomination papers are issued.
The "Getting Started Candidate Information" flyer below has been created to provide a brief overview of what is required to be a candidate for the office of City Council Member. For additional election information, contact the Office of the City Clerk at (562) 929-5720. Candidate Information - Getting Started
Voter registration forms may be obtained from the Norwalk City Clerk's Office or from the Office of the County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk's Office. For voter registration information, contact Los Angeles County at http://www.lavote.net/