General Municipal Election, November 8, 2022
The City consolidated with the San Bernardino County Registrar of Voter to conduct a General Municipal Election on Tuesday, November 8, 2022. The purpose of the election was to vote for three Council Members with a four year term and to consider the Public Safety and City Services Measure (Measure L) . The Council Member seats voted on in November 2022 are for districts 2, 3, and 4. In November 2024 the Mayor, district 1 Council Member seat and City Treasurer will be up for election.
Click here for Unofficial Election results. The San Bernardino County Registrar of Voters will continue to post updated election results until final certification of the election. The City anticipates the City Council will certify the General Municipal Election results at the December 12th meeting and then all newly elected officials be administered the oath of office.
General Qualifications to Run for and Hold Public Office
A Candidate must be:
- A United States Citizen
- 18 years of age on or before election day
- A registered voter living in the City of Upland, in the respective District for Council Members and reside in the council district from which the member is nominated at least thirty (30) days prior to the time the member is nominated, elected, and throughout that member’s term of office.
Proof of Residency Requirements
In addition to the above requirements Section 2.02.110 of the Upland Municipal Code requires all candidates to provide proof of residency at the time that nomination papers are pulled.
For more information on the nomination process please contact the City Clerk’s office at 909-931-4120 or visit our website at www.uplandca.gov/elections or click on the links below.
General Municipal Elections
General Municipal elections are consolidated with San Bernardino County in November on the first Tuesday after the first Monday of even-numbered years to elect Mayor, members of the City Council, Treasurer and to consider local ballot measures. From time to time, the City will hold Special Elections.
The offices of Mayor and City Treasurer are elected at-large and beginning with the November 6, 2018 election, Councilmembers are elected by district. The terms of the offices are for four years and must be registered voters and city residents. The Mayor and City Council terms are staggered, with the Mayor and one Councilmember elected at one election and three Councilmembers elected at the next election. The City Treasurer is elected at the same election as the Mayor.
City Elected Officials and Candidate Residency Requirements
On July 12, 2021 the Upland City Council adopted Ordinance No. 1954 amending the Upland Municipal Code to add residency requirements and establish proof of residency requirements for City Council Candidates and Members. Upland Municipal Code (UMC) Section 2.02.100 requires that each member of the city council must be and remain a resident of the council district from which the member is nominated at least thirty (30) days prior to the time the member is nominated, elected, and throughout that member’s term of office. The Mayor may reside in any district within the City and shall be elected by the voters city-wide; however, the mayor must be and remain a resident of the City at least thirty (30) days prior to the time the mayor is nominated, elected, and throughout the mayor’s term of office. Candidates, at the time nomination papers are pulled, must provide proof of residency as required in UMC Section 2.02.100. Current Councilmembers must provide proof of residency by December 31st of each year during the member's term of office. Click here to view Ordinance No. 1954.
In an effort to maintain our City’s municipal charm and aesthetics your cooperation is requested in adhering to the City's request regarding the posting of temporary political signs. Your respect for our community and subsequent cooperation in this matter is greatly appreciated.
The City requests that temporary political signs not be posted more than 45 days before an election. The statement of understanding should be completed and submitted to the City Clerk's office before placing any signs in the City. The person signing the political sign statement of understanding shall be responsible for any political campaign signs. Your cooperation is appreciated.