The next General Municipal Election in the City of Rolling Hills Estates will be held on Tuesday, June 5, 2018 to elect two Members of the City Council and vote on a ballot measure. This election will be consolidated with the Statewide Direct Primary Election. Click the link below to see the notice of nominees and measure to be submitted to the voters.
For detailed election information including registration status, polling place locations and one-time vote-by-mail applications click here.
As of the close of the nomination period, there are three candidates for Rolling Hills Estates City Council. See Certified List of Qualified Candidates below:
BALLOT MEASURE INFORMATION
At its meeting of February 27, 2018, the Rolling Hills Estates City Council adopted Resolution No. 2415 placing the following measure before the voters at the City's general municipal election on Tuesday, June 5, 2018:
BUSINESS LICENSE TRANSPARENCY/TAX EQUITY MEASURE
Shall an ordinance to simplify the City of Rolling Hills Estates’ existing business license ordinance be adopted, eliminating outdated classifications and updating business license tax rates to either flat rate, or 0.05% - 0.4% of gross receipts (depending on business type) generating approximately $200,000 annually, dedicated to local, unrestricted general revenue purposes, including sheriff’s patrols; 911 response; park/street maintenance; requiring local control of all funds and annual independent audits, until ended by voters?
For complete text of the ballot measure, click here.
For more detailed information about the Ballot Measure, click here.
2018 CALENDAR OF EVENTS
- Late April - Early May - Voter Information Guides mailed to registered voters
- May 7 - Vote-by-mail ballots mailed
- May 7-29 - Voters may request a vote-by-mail ballot (if not registered as a Permanent Vote-By-Mail Voter)
- May 21 - Last day to register to vote in June 5th Election
- June 5 - ELECTION DAY
OTHER ELECTION INFORMATION
For election questions, please contact City Clerk Heidi Luce by phone at 310-377-1577 x 102 or e-mail at email@example.com.
For Voter Registration information or other general countywide election information, visit the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk web site at www.lavote.net.