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November 6, 2018 General Election Information
Council members are elected by-district, meaning they represent one district or area within the City. The City will hold an election for one City Council seat in each of the newly adopted districts 2, 3, & 4 on November 6, 2018. As required in a by-district election, those interested in running for an open seat must reside within the open district and be registered to vote. Residents can use the FindMyDistrict map search tool to determine which district they live in or by calling the City Clerk's Office at 760-947-1026.
The City of Hesperia consolidates with the San Bernardino County Elections Office for all municipal elections. The City Clerk serves as the election officer and the City Clerk's Office is responsible for all candidates' filings, the issuance and acceptance of nomination papers, City measures and publication of all legal notices as well as campaign and conflict of interest filings required by the Fair Political Practices Commission.
City Council Elections
The City Council is elected by-district to serve four-year overlapping terms. Council members also serve as Board Members on the City's subsidiary districts, which includes:
- Hesperia Water District
- Hesperia Housing Authority
- Hesperia Community Development Commission
- Hesperia Public Financing Authority
- Hesperia Public Facilities Corporation
- Successor Agency
The positions of Mayor and Mayor Pro-Tem are one-year terms, with the selection voted upon by the Council members at the first meeting in December of each year. City Council members do not have term limits.
Note: Campaign filings for all City candidates in the November 2018 Municipal Election will be posted to our Netfile database.