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12 Available Board Seats for United Neighborhoods Neighborhood Council:
12 Asientos disponibles en United Neighborhoods Neighborhood Council:

6 Area Representatives: Each representative must reside in the area within the neighborhood council boundaries which they represent (see map)
6 representantes residenciales: Cada representante debe residir en el área dentro de los límites del concejo vecinal que representa (ver mapa)

6 At-Large Representatives *
6 representantes independientes *

Region 10 Elections Timeline [PDF]

Region 1 – Arlington Heights and Angelus Vista
Region 2 – Harvard Heights, West Adams Heights
Region 3 – West Adams Avenues/24th and 25th Streets
Region 4 – Western Heights, Kinney Heights, Gramercy Park
Region 5 – Jefferson Park west of Arlington
Region 6 – Jefferson Park east of Arlington (The Bungalows)

Ready to Run?
TO FILE A CANDIDATE APPLICATION, YOU CAN EITHER:

File a Paper Application
by Tuesday, March 9, 2021

Neighborhood Council FILING APPLICATIONS [PDFs]

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OR:

Register and Apply Online at EmpowerLA.org
by Tuesday, March 9, 2021

 

Neighborhood Council ELECTION CANDIDATE INFORMATION GUIDES [PDFs]

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Need help or more info? Attend a Candidate Info Session!

Get help with your candidate application. Sign up for a virtual info session to learn tips for running a successful campaign, connecting with voters, and much more. Upcoming sessions are on February 9, February 27, and March 13, via Zoom.

¿Listo para ser candidato? ¡Asista a una sesión informativa!

Obtenga ayuda con su solicitud para candidato. Apúntese para una sesión informativa y obtenga tips para emprender una campaña exitosa, conectar con los votantes, y mucho más. Las próximas sesiones son el 9 y 27 de febrero, y el 13 de marzo, vía Zoom.

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What it means to be a Neighborhood Council candidate

Los Angeles Neighborhood Council introductory candidate video. Learn what it means to become a candidate for one of the 99 Neighborhood Councils in Los Angeles.

Qué significa ser candidato a Concejo Vecinal

Un video informativo sobre el Concejo Vecinal de Los Ángeles. Infórmese sobre lo que significa ser candidato a uno de los 99 concejos vecinales de Los Ángeles.

To learn more about the elections, please visit https://EmpowerLA.org/elections.
Infórmese más sobre las elecciones — visite https://EmpowerLA.org/elections.

Mayor Garcetti’s Thoughts on Neighborhood Councils

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti talks about the value of getting involved with your Neighborhood Council by running as a candidate or voting in the 2020/21 Neighborhood Council Elections. UNNC Elections runs from January to May 2021.

Comentarios del alcalde Garcetti sobre los concejos vecinales

El alcalde de Los Ángeles Eric Garcetti opina sobre la importancia de involucrarse en las elecciones del concejo vecinal 2020/21. Las elecciones del UNNC se llevan a cabo entre enero y mayo del 2021.

* An At-Large Representative must  live, work, own a business, go to school, worship, or participate in a community organization that has continuously maintained a physical street address within UNNC’s boundaries for at least a year —  and that organization must perform ongoing activities that benefit our UNNC neighbors and neighborhoods. A community organization can include, but is not limited to, educational, non-profit and/or religious organizations, parks, recreation areas, public safety organizations, environmental organizations, medical/health organizations, libraries, religious institutions, service organizations, or other at large entities.

* Un representante independiente debe vivir, trabajar, ser propietario de un negocio, asistir a una escuela, ser feligrés, o participar en una organización comunitaria que haya mantenido una dirección física dentro de los limítes del UNNC mínimamente por un año–y esa organización debe conducir regularmente actividades que beneficien a nuestros vecinos del UNNC y sus vecindades. Una organización comunitaria puede incluir, pero no se limita, a organizaciones educativas, sin fines de lucro y/o religiosas, parques, áreas recreativas, organizaciones de seguridad pública, organizaciones ambientales, organizaciones médicas/de la salud, bibliotecas, instituciones religiosas, organizaciones de servicio, u otras entidades independientes.