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The Park Mesa Heights Community needs You!

We are having an election June 15 and need people who are passionate about Park Mesa Heights to run for seats on our Council and be the change you want to see in our community.

The following seats are up for election for a four year term:

  • Vice President
  • Secretary
  • Parliamentarian
  • Faith Based Representative
  • Youth/Educational Representative
  • At Large Representative
  • View Heights Resident Representative

Please review our Bylaws to understand the role and expectations of each seat and to determine if you are eligible.

Review our Boundary Map below to see if you live, work, or own property in our boundaries.

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What do I need to know about running for a seat?

This brief 3-1/2 minute What It Means To Be A Candidate Video is a great introduction to running for a seat on our council.

We want to create a forum to discuss our concerns and work with our elected representatives including City Councilmember, Marqueece Harris-Dawson to develop solutions. Our goal is community improvement through civic engagement.

Candidates should be available to attend our monthly General and Board meetings and be active in at least one committee.

Learn more about joining us and running for a seat by coming to a meeting, reading the Neighborhood Council Candidate Information Guide, reviewing this website, or going to a Candidate Workshop.

There will be a workshop on March 9, 10am at our own Angeles Mesa Library!

At a Candidate Workshop you’ll learn tips for:

  • running a successful campaign
  • connecting with voters
  • advocating for issues you’re passionate about
  • writing your personal statements

Workshops are being held across the city of Los Angeles between January – March 2019. If the class you want is full, make sure to join the waitlist, to receive a class packet. Sign up for a workshop on Eventbrite.

Sign up to run

You may declare your candidacy by signing up on the Candidate Registration Portal starting March 2.

More information is available on the City Clerk NC Website including videos to assist you with the registration process.

Who can vote?

Stakeholders 14 or older can vote. You do not have to be a citizen to vote and you do not need to register online ahead of time.

Election timeline

Candidate Filing Period: March 2 – April 1

Certified Candidate List Available: April 16

Election: June 15, 2019

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