Mission Hills Run

Make a difference in Mission Hills. Run for a seat on the Mission Hills Neighborhood Council by March 20.

Half the board seats are up for election on June 3 and you should run!

  • At Large
  • Residential Homeowner (3 seats)
  • Residential Renter
  • Business Owner
  • District 4 Business

The Neighborhood Council is the link between your community, City Council, and City Departments. They can weigh in on the decisions made by elected officials and improve the quality of life within the neighborhood:

  • Zoning and Land Use
  • Police, Library, & Park Services
  • Tree Planting
  • Street Repair
  • Crime and Graffiti Control
  • Illegal Dumping

You can run to represent Mission Hills if you live, work, rent or own a property, attend school, worship, volunteer, or participate in an organization that meets in and/or serves the neighborhood, then you can apply to be a candidate.

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Instructions on how to file your candidacy:

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Find out what it means to be a candidate in this video:

Election Timeline

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