City of Hidden Hills General Municipal Elections
Hidden Hills Voter Registration: 1,347 (As of 11/1/22)
VOTE CENTERS NOW OPEN!
NOTE: Less than 15% of Hidden Hills voters have returned their vote by mail ballot.
Voters do not need to wait until Election Day to cast their vote. In-person voting is available daily from 10:00am to 7:00pm thru November 7 and on November 8 (Election Day) from 7:00am to 8:00pm. Nearby in-person vote centers include Calabasas City Hall (Founder’s Hall) and Woodland Hills Presbyterian Church.
*Hidden Hills City Hall is not a vote center for this election.
The Statewide General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 8th, 2022. The City of Hidden Hills will be electing three (3) members of the City Council, each to a four-year term.
The Secretary of State in Sacramento holds a drawing to determine the order by which candidate is listed on the ballot. There will be four candidates for City Council on the ballot, listed in the following order:
Official Sample Ballot Booklet mailed to each registered voter during this period September 29 – October 18, 2022
Information regarding Vote Centers will be distributed with the Sample Ballot.
Per AB 860, a Vote by Mail ballot will be distributed to every registered voter October 10 – November 1, 2022
Vote by Mail ballot drop boxes will open October 29 – November 8, 2022.
Last day to register to vote is October 24, 2022.
Vote Centers will open October 29 – November 9, 2022 (Hidden Hills registered voters may vote at ANY designated LA County Vote Center).
The City of Hidden Hills is contracted with the County of Los Angeles for consolidated elections. For election and voter information, please visit the links below:
Voter Registration Verification (Enter your last name, birthdate, house number and zip code).
Find Your Vote Center (Look up Vote Centers near you)
Interactive Sample Ballot (Access your sample ballot)
-Mark your selections using any device
-Print or download a Poll Pass online
-Scan your Poll Pass at a Vote Center and complete your ballot
Track your Ballot (when it is mailed, received, and counted)
For Further Info, Contact the County Elections Division (Registrar)
VOTING OPTIONS FOR THE UPCOMING GENERAL ELECTION
Special Notice: SB 25 “reversed” the order of the ballot in LA County (E.C. Section 13109.8). As such all local contests will appear FIRST on the ballot (i.e., Council candidates for Hidden Hills will appear first on the ballot, not at the end of the ballot).
For questions regarding your ballot, please call the LA County Elections Division (M-F, 8am-5pm) at: (800) 815-2666, Option 2
How to Return your Ballot…
There are multiple options on how to return your ballot: Option 1) By mail, remember no postage is necessary Option 2) In-person at any Vote by Mail drop box location Option 3) In-person at any designated Vote Center in L.A. County
If your ballot is postmarked by Election Day and received within 17 days by the County Elections Department they will process, verify and count that ballot. Check: How to return your Vote by Mail ballot
Vote By Mail
- All registered voters in Hidden Hills have the option to vote by mail
- Voters have the option to become a permanent Vote by Mail Voter.
- Remember, no postage is necessary. Make sure your ballot is complete.
- MAIL IN YOUR BALLOT EARLY.
Below are County links with further information on vote by mail:
- New Vote by Mail – What You Need to Know
- New Vote by Mail FAQ
- Apply to Vote by Mail (L.A. County Website)
Drop off Completed Ballot at an Official VBM Ballot Drop Box
Per California State Executive Orders, all L.A. County Voters will be mailed a Vote by Mail (VBM) ballot. Hidden Hills registered voters may drop off their completed ballots at any Official Ballot Drop Box location in the County of Los Angeles. Los Angeles County registered voters may drop their completed official VBM ballots at this (or any other) designated safe and secure Official Ballot Drop Box location(s) beginning 29 days before and on Election Day. County elections officials will coordinate the safe and secure pick up of ballots throughout the voting period. Ballots are picked up twice a week until TBD and then will be picked up on a daily basis through election day. Click here for VBM Ballot Drop Box locations.
How to Track your Ballot
Receive personalized text messages, emails and/or automated voice messages on your Vote by Mail ballot by subscribing to Where’s My Ballot. This is a free service available to all registered voters that gives you updated information on where your ballot is and when you can expect to receive it. SUBSCRIBE TO BALLOT TRAX
How to Check if Your Ballot was Received and Counted
Voters can check on the status of their ballot to confirm if it was received and tallied through the County’s Vote by Mail Status Tool
Signature Verification Statement
We understand as years go by your signature is bound to change. If the signature on your Vote by Mail return envelope doesn’t match what is in the County’s voter registration database they will notify you by mail and ask you complete and return the Signature Verification Statement.
Forgot to Sign the Envelope for your Vote by Mail Ballot?
If you returned your Vote by Mail ballot without signing the return envelope the County will mail you a document called the “Unsigned Ballot Statement” asking for your signature. Your signature is required to verify your identity and process the ballot. You have up to 28 days after Election Day to return the statement for your ballot to be processed.
Vote In-Person at a Vote Center (or Drop off Completed Ballot)
Voters will have up to 10 consecutive days and Election Day to vote in-person at ANY participating Vote Center in the County.
Select Vote Centers will be available beginning Saturday, October 29, 2022. All Vote Centers will be available beginning Saturday, November 5, 2022.
Vote Centers will be open every day from 10 AM to 7 PM during the early voting period. On Election Day Vote Centers will be open from 7 AM to 8 PM.
Safe In-Person Voting (TBA)
Your health and safety is our priority. Vote Centers will follow public health and safety guidelines related to COVID-19, such as:
- Voters are strongly encouraged to wear a face mask while in line or voting
- Wiping and sanitizing all surfaces and Ballot Marking Devices after each voter
- Social distancing
Safe Election Plan
Review the County’s Safe Election Plan
Speed Up Your Check-in at the Vote Center
Reduce time checking in at the Vote Center by scanning your Quick Check-in Code.
After entering your personal information your unique check-in code (barcode) will appear under your registration information. Show that your code to the Election Worker when at the Vote Center to instantly check in.
Your Quick Check-in Code is also printed on your mailed Sample Ballot and Vote Center postcard. You may take either of those hard copies to the Vote Center as well.
Historical Archive for November 3, 2020, Hidden Hills General Municipal Election
November 3, 2020, Election Results
November 3, 2020, Hidden Hills General Municipal Election
Total Ballots Cast – 1238