Sunday, April 19, 2015
How the City Council is Elected
  • A General Municipal Election is held in March of each odd year for council members. 
  • There are five council members. 
  • Council members serve at large, compared with cities like Fresno whose council members serve in districts. 
  • Council members serve a four year term. 
  • There are no term limits for council members. 
  • A general municipal election is held every two years, alternating, between two and three positions each cycle. To qualify, a candidate must be a registered voter of the City of Clovis. To become a registered voter of the City of Clovis one must reside within the city limits, be at least eighteen years of age, and register to vote with Fresno County Elections Office
  • After the election every two years, council members elect one member to serve as mayor and one to serve as mayor pro tem for two years. 
  • The Clovis City Council meets the first three Monday's of each month at 6:00 p.m. In addition to the regularly scheduled council meetings, council members will generally spend time reviewing material in preparation for the meetings, attend additional meetings as required, and may call for some travel.

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