ElectionsThe City of Turlock General Municipal Election is held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November of even numbered years.
The next General Municipal Election will be held on Tuesday, November 3, 2020.
The following officers and ballot measure will be voted upon during this election:
- A City Treasurer
- One Member, City Council - District 2
- One Member, City Council - District 4
- Measure A - Local Three-Quarter (3/4) Cent Transactions and Use (Sales) Tax
Notice of Election - Municipal Officers
Notice of Measure - Measure to be Voted On (Measure A)
Notice of Nominees and Measure to be Voted On
Satellite Offices and Drop Box Locations
Ballot Drop BoxAn official ballot drop box is now available at City Hall. Voters can drop off their ballot Monday-Friday, from 1PM-5PM between now and Election day.
By-District ElectionOn November 4, 2014, Ballot Measure A was placed before the voters of the City of Turlock. Measure A passed with nearly 74% of qualified voters voting in favor of the measure which established electoral districts for election of members of the Turlock City Council by districts and election of the Mayor of Turlock at-large as required by the provisions of the laws of the State of California relating to general law cities.
City of Turlock Ordinance No. 1197-CS (TMC 2-1-05,06, and 07) stipulates that Council members of the two even-numbered districts shall be elected by-district in November 2016 for a term of four (4) years and Council members of the two odd-numbered districts shall be elected by-district in November 2018 for a term of four (4) years. A Council member of each district must live in that district and must be a registered voter in that district to be eligible to hold the office of Council member for that district, and a candidate for any district must live in that district and must be a registered voter in that district to be eligible to run for the office of Council member for that district. Only voters who live in a district shall be eligible to vote in the election for Council member of that district.
District Boundary Map
Elected OfficialsThe Mayor and the City Treasurer are elected by the voters of the City at-large. Terms are staggered with the Mayor and one Council member from District 1 and one Council member from District 3 being elected at one election, alternating with one Council member from District 2 and one Council member from District 4 and the City Treasurer at the next.
All Council Members enjoy the same power and privileges; however, the Mayor presides over Council meetings, signs official documents, and officiates at ceremonies and events. The City Treasurer is elected and serves a four year term.
Turlock City Council Members