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.
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.
CHANGES IN 2020
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.
The City of Norwalk 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 next election.
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