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Click here for semi official results of the City's Election.  (Under Contest, use the drop down menu entitled "Jump to" and scroll to Norwalk).  As the Los Angeles County Registrar's office continues to process ballots, the results will be updated.

IMPORTANT UPDATE: Pursuant to SB 415, the City's General Municipal Election date has changed from odd-number years to even-numbered years in March, to coincide with the Statewide General Election.  To effectuate the change from odd-numbered years to even-numbered years, City Council Member terms were extended by one (1) year.  The City's next general municipal election will be held on March 3, 2020. There will be three seats open for four-year terms for Office of City Council Member and a sales tax measure.


The City of Norwalk now conducts general municipal elections in March of even-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 following election.  In March 2020, six candidates have qualified to run for office.

NOTICE OF ELECTION (English, Spanish, Korean, Tagalog)

NOTICE OF NOMINEES (English, Spanish, Korean, Tagalog


As a result of SB 415, cities in Los Angeles County with less than 25% voter turnout were mandated to consolidate with Los Angeles County Registrar Recorder (County) to run the City's general municipal elections. The County has modernized the voting experience.  Voters will be able to vote for 11 days in many Vote Centers throughout Los Angeles County.  While the new voting system is electronic, the ballots will continue being cast on paper. To learn more about the modernized voting experience, click this link for the County of Los Angeles.

Click on the following link provided by the County demonstrating how easy it is to vote with the new system. 



Rather than casting ballots at assigned neighborhood polling centers, registered voters may now cast their ballot at any Vote Center throughout LA County. Moreover, voting will be available for an extended period of up to 11 days prior to election and March 3 at certain locations.

 Below are the Vote Centers located in Norwalk along with the voting period:

Voting Period

Vote Center



Norwalk Masonic Center

12345 Rosecrans Ave


Sanatan Dharma Temple

15311 Pioneer Blvd


Norwalk Arts & Sports Complex

13000 Clarkdale Ave


Norwalk Social Services Center

11929 Alondra Blvd


Norwalk Senior Center

14040 San Antonio Dr


Sara Mendez Park

11660 Dune St


Hermosillo Park

11959 162nd St


Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder / County Clerk

12400 Imperial Hwy


Norwalk Presbyterian Church

11345 Rosecrans Ave


American Legion Post 359

11986 Front St


Cerritos College

11110 Alondra Blvd


Studebaker Elementary

11800 Halcourt Ave


Paddison Elementary School

12100 Crewe St















The 11-day Vote Centers will open February 22; 4-day Vote Centers will open February 29.  Vote Centers will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., February 22 - March 2, and 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. on March 3, 2020.


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 Voter Net



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