Candidate Registration is now closed. We encourage you to vote in our elections on April 27, 2019.

Are you interested in working together to make our neighborhoods safe and beautiful? Run for a seat on the Mission Hills Neighborhood Council. The following 6 seats are up for election:

  • At-Large
  • Residential Homeowners (3 seats)
  • Residential Renter
  • Business Owner

Each elected Board Member serves for four years. The purpose of the Council is to participate as a body on issues concerning our neighborhood and regarding the governance of the city in a transparent, inclusive, collaborative, accountable and viable manner.

Everything you need to know about Neighborhood Council service is packed into a brief 3-1/2  minute What It Means To Be A Candidate Video.


Who can run?

You can! People, 18 years old, who meet the criteria for the seats in question can run for a seat. View the last page of our bylaws to see the criteria.

Sign up on the Candidate Registration Portal starting January 12, 2019. Or complete this Application in Spanish.

Learn more with the Neighborhood Council Candidate Information Guide.

See who’s running

City Clerk Election Portal

Need help registering to run?

Here are a series of videos with instructions:

2019 Neighborhood Council Candidate Registration Portal – REGISTRATION PROCESS

How to complete the first of part Neighborhood Council candidate filing application

How to complete the second part of a Neighborhood Council candidate filing application.

How to edit your application and upload an optional candidate statement and photo.

What are our boundaries?

Mission Hills Neighborhood Council Boundaries

Election timeline

Election Date: Saturday April 27, 2019

Candidate Filling Period Begins: Saturday, January 12, 2019

Candidate Filling Period Ends: Monday, February 11, 2019

Deadline for Candidates to submit all necessary Documentation to establish candidacy: Thursday February 14, 2019

List of Certified Candidates Available: February 26, 2019

2019 NC Election Timeline