Water, Sewer, and Trash
Recreation Classes & Events
Quick Phone Guide
Budget-based Water Rates
Enterprise System Catalog
Hazard Mitigation Plan Update
Inland Mediation Board
Youth Sports Organizations
Stage II Water Alert
Claim for Damages
Code Enforcement Issue
Street Light Out
New Utilities Account
Street Sweeping Schedule
Trash Pick-Up Schedule
Water Quality Report
City TV 3/41 Schedule
City Council Agenda
Council Meeting Video
Find Your District
New Resident Guide
Big League Dreams
Disclosure and Ethics
You are here:
City Clerk's Office
Office of the City Clerk
14000 City Center Dr
Chino Hills, CA 91709
Ph: (909) 364-2624
Monday - Friday
7:30 am - 5:30 pm
7:30 am - 4:30 pm
NOVEMBER 6, 2018 GENERAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION OVERVIEW
The following information is provided as an overview of the election process for a seat on the Chino Hills City Council. Elections are consolidated with the Statewide General Election which is held on the first Tuesday, following the first Monday in November of even numbered years. Terms are staggered so that three seats are available during one election cycle and two seats are available during the next cycle. If you would like additional information or are interested in running for election, please contact the City Clerk at (909) 364-2624.
The General Municipal Election will be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2018 for the election of three (3) City Council members for a full term of four (4) years each.
View Election FAQ's
New By-District Voting
The City of Chino Hills has changed how Council Members are elected and switched from an at-large election system to a district-based election system. Voters will only vote for the City Council position up for election in their specified district. The following districts are up for election in the November 6, 2018 General Municipal Election. Those seats are currently served by the following Council Members whose current terms are at-large.
Ray Marquez, term ends November 2018
District 2: Peter Rogers, term ends November 2018
District 4: Brian Johsz, term ends November 2018
Find Your District
Residents can look up their district by using an interactive map online.
Please follow these directions:
Single-Family Homes: enter street address in search box.
Condominiums: enter street address in search box.
Apartment Homes: type “apartment” in the search box for a list of apartment complexes (scroll through list).
Mobile Homes: type “mobile home” in the search box for a list of mobile home parks (scroll through list).
Find Your District
The Nomination Period for Districts 1, 2, and 4 began on Monday, July 16, 2018 and closed on August 10, 2018 at 4:30 p.m.
Residents can view a listing of nomination papers issued by clicking on the following link.
Election Related Documents
Check back frequently as information is updated daily (if applicable).
The election is being consolidated with the Statewide General Election. To view all offices up for election, please contact the
San Bernardino Registrar of Voters
Why Did the Election System Change?
The Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF) sent a
to the City in August of 2016 which asserted that the City was in violation of the California Voting Rights Act of 2001 because the Latino vote was diluted, and Latino voters were prevented from electing candidates of their choice. MALDEF demanded that the City convert to a district-based election system. Cities throughout California and the United States have faced similar challenges and elections for many public agencies are changing from at-large elections to by-district elections.
A significant public process was undertaken in 2017 to provide information to the community, and to provide opportunities for public input regarding district boundaries. The City’s consultant developed four maps, and residents presented four maps, which were all reviewed at public meetings. The City Council selected a preferred map and the districts were set by
No. 312, which was passed and adopted at a regular meeting of the Chino Hills City Council on July 11, 2017. When the results of the 2020 Census provide new demographic data, the community will be required to review the district boundaries again.
The Office of the City Clerk
The City Clerk is the local election official and coordinates with the County of San Bernardino in the conduct of municipal elections. Duties of the elections official include:
Prepare necessary resolutions calling for general and special municipal elections
Coordinate the candidate nomination process
Receipt and process of initiative, referendum, and recall petitions
Declare Election Results
View Previous Election Results
How and where do I register to vote?
What are the names of our City Council members?
Where are the polling locations?
Terms & Conditions
Powered by CivicPlus