Election FAQs

Hollywood Hills West’s Neighborhood Council elections will be held on Sunday, March 31, 2019 at the Will & Ariel Durant Library (7140 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, 90046) from 10 am to 4 pm. Please note that there is no vote-by-mail, absentee or online voting – you must go to the polling place on election day to cast your vote.

Who is eligible to vote?

Anyone who is a stakeholder within the district and 18 years of age or order may vote. A stakeholder is anyone who lives, works or owns property within the neighborhood boundaries. You may also be a stakeholder if you have a substantial interest or “stake” in the neighborhood, such as attending a church or belonging to a club within the boundaries.

Do I need to register to vote in advance?

No. Eligible stakeholders can register at the polling location (Will & Ariel Durant Library) on Election Day.

If you’re a local resident, a photo ID with your birth date and a local address on it will be all you need to qualify to vote. If you are not a local resident, or don’t have an ID with these features, many other types of documents are accepted as proof of stakeholder status. See a list of examples here: http://bit.ly/NCdocumentation

Can I register or vote online?

No. All registration and voting must be done in person on Election Day at the polling place.

Anything else I should know?

Campaigning for any candidate (electioneering) within 100 feet of the polling place is not allowed. This includes handing out printed materials, verbal campaigning, wearing clothing or stickers promoting a candidate, etc. Please refrain from any campaigning near the polling place on Election Day.