The City Clerk’s Department coordinates, assembles and disseminates City Council meeting agendas; provides clerical and administrative support to the City Council; records and maintains all City Council actions; prepares and distributes City Council meeting minutes; serves as custodian of official City records and the City seal; facilitates access to such records; coordinates municipal elections; receives nomination papers, campaign statements and all required filings pursuant to the Fair Political Practices Commission; advertises and receives bids and conducts bid openings; facilitate appointments to various Council advisory boards and commissions; and accepts all claims and subpoenas filed against the City
City Council Agendas
- Latest City Council Agendas and Minutes and video - Archives to 2007
- Archived City Council Agendas and Minutes
Commissions and Boards, Subcommittee and Committee Agendas
Notice of Election
- Notice of Election for Special Municipal Election
- Old District 4 boundaries map for this Special Municipal Election
Voter Registration Information
The last day to register to vote for the June 6, 2017 Special Municipal Election is May 22, 2017.
If you are not registered at your current address or you need to change any of your voter information, you can do so online at http://registertovote.ca.gov/.
You can pick up a registration form at City Hall and the Department of Motor Vehicles.
To check to see if you are registered to vote, go to https://www.voteinfo.net/AmIRegistered/default.aspx.
To register to vote by mail, go to http://voteinfo.net/docs/vfcf_eng.pdf.
Special Municipal Election June 6, 2017
A Special Municipal Election will be conducted on Tuesday, June 6, 2017, to fill the existing vacancy as a result of the 2016 Election for City Councilmember, District 4.
Polling Places Map for the June 6, 2017 Special Municipal Election
The City serves as an Official Mail Ballot Drop Off Location
The City Council is made up of a Mayor, elected at large, and four Councilmembers, elected by and from geographical districts. The Mayor serves a term of two years, while City Councilmembers each serve a term of four years. The terms of the Councilmembers are staggered. The offices of Mayor and City Council are non-partisan.
Eligibility to Run for Office
- A citizen of the United States, at least 18 years of age
- Registered voter of the City of Moreno Valley at the time nomination papers are issued
- Council candidates must live and be registered in the old district 4 boundaries from which they are seeking election.(See the map)
- For those interested in pulling papers, please contact the City Clerks' Office at 915.413.3001 for an appointment.
Campaign Reporting California is a national leader in promoting transparency and fairness in elections. The Political Reform Act requires candidates and committees to file campaign statements, by specified deadlines, disclosing contributions received and expenditures made. These documents are public and may be audited by the FPPC to ensure that voters are fully informed and improper practices prohibited. The City of Moreno Valley publishes campaign reports on its website.
If a candidate neither receives nor spends any money – other than for his/her nomination paper filing and a candidate statement - they need not file any campaign reporting forms.
Mayor/City Council/Political Committees Campaign Disclosure Statements and Statements of Economic Interest Forms
Past Election Forms
FPPC Filings Form 806
This form identifies any additional compensation that officials receive when appointed to positions on committees, boards or commissions of a public agency, special district, and joint powers agency or authority.
- View Current Form 806 12/16