Voter Information

Election Day – Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Official Results are available HERE.

Meet the Candidates

Sunday May 2, 2021

Get to know the 2021 GTLNC board candidates!
PLUS learn about this year's NEW Vote-by-Mail process,
how to request a ballot, and your options to return your ballot

Watch the Recording

Drop-Box Location

North Hollywood Amelia Earhart Regional Library


From: Friday, May 7, 2021 at 9:00 AM
To: Tuesday, May 11, 2021 at 8:00 PM


North Hollywood Amelia Earhart Regional Library
5211 Tujunga Avenue
North Hollywood, CA 91601

How to Vote

What’s new this year?

  • The minimum age to vote is now 16 years old.
  • Neighborhood Council elections are going entirely Vote-By-Mail this year. There will be NO in person voting for Neighborhood Council elections.
  • You must request a Vote-By-Mail ballot before the election. There will be no same-day registration or ballot pick-up.

You MUST apply to receive a ballot – this is different from your voter registration in federal, state, and other local elections.

Who can vote?

Anyone over 16 who has a stake in Toluca Lake is eligible to vote! That means if you live, work, own real property, or declare a stake in the neighborhood by participating in a Community Organization in Toluca Lake, you have a stake in our community and you’re eligible to vote.

To qualify, a Community Organization must have continuously maintained a physical street address for not less than one year in Toluca Lake and performs ongoing activities and operations that benefit the neighborhood. A for-profit entity shall not qualify as a Community Organization.

How to request a ballot?

Vote-By-Mail applications for Greater Toluca Lake are currently open!

You can submit your application in the online portal or as a paper application via mail, email, or fax. The deadline to apply for a ballot is Tuesday, May 4, 2021.

Need help with the portal?

Check out this video walkthrough of the Vote-By-Mail Application process.
GTLNC does not require documentation to verify stakeholder status that’s covered in video 3.

When you get your ballot…

You’ll select up to 14 candidates on your ballot.

All seats are considered “at-large” so you’ll be selecting your choices from the full list of candidates.

Returning your ballot…

You have the option to mail your ballot using the prepaid envelope provided – no postage necessary!

Or you can take your ballot to the drop box location from Friday, May 7 thru Election Day on Tuesday, May 11.

You can learn more about Vote-By-Mail for Neighborhood Council Elections HERE.