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List of All Candidates

The Hollywood United Neighborhood Council will be holding its elections on Sunday March 31, 2019. If you are interested in who is running for a seat on the HUNC board please you can view the candidate list here.

Frequently Asked Questions
What Are Neighborhood Councils

Neighborhood Councils are City-certified advisory boards made up of people who live, work, own property or have some other connection to a neighborhood. Neighborhood Council Board Members are are elected or appointed to their positions by the people in the respective neighborhoods themselves.

Neighborhood Councils hold regular, agendized meetings where board members and stakeholders review various topics and address those which affect their neighborhood. Your Neighborhood Council’s structure is defined by your community’s input.

What Seats Are Up For Election In 2019

Here is a list of all the seats and the corresponding Hollywood United Neighborhood Council regions:

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Geographic Region Seats

Geographic Rep. Area 2

Geographic Rep. Area 4

At-Large Unclassified
(Geographic Area 4 Stakeholders
not permitted this election)

At-Large Unclassified
(Geographic Area 4 Stakeholders
not permitted this election)

Homeowner Rep.
(Geographic Area 1 Stakeholders
not permitted this election)

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Business and Renter Seats

Business Area B

Renter Area A

Renter Area B

Non Regional Seats


Educational Organization

Why Participate In Neighborhood Councils
  • Become a community advocate
  • Work with the community to make a difference
  • Have regular access to City officials and departments
  • Better understand how the City works
  • Give a voice to neighborhood concerns
  • Feel empowered when dealing with community issues
What are Important Election Dates
  • December 16, 2018: Candidate Filing Begins
  • January 15, 2019: Candidate Filing Ends
  • March 31, 2018: Neighborhood Council Elections
Who Can Run to Represent Their Neighborhood

You can if you: live, work, rent or own property, attend school, worship, volunteer, or participate in an organization that meets in and/or serves that neighborhood.

Each neighborhood has unique board seats designed to represent its diversity. During a Neighborhood Council election year, go to clerk.lacity.org/elections to see a list of available board seats for election.

Who Votes in Neighborhood Council Elections

Stakeholders/members of the community vote. Voters may include those who live, work, own property, or rent in the neighborhood. Neighborhood Councils have unique board seats such as youth, seniors, nonprofits, business owners, etc., on which to vote.