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2022 General Election
Voting information for the 2022 General Election for candidates running for Santa Rosa City Council and ballot measures impacting the City of Santa Rosa.
Requirements, submissions, deadlines, timelines, and other resources for people looking to become a Santa Rosa City Council member
Campaign Finance Information
View information regarding disclosure filings, finance reports and more.
At the City Council meeting on Tuesday, April 17, 2018, the Council adopted Ordinance No. ORD-2018-007 establishing seven voting districts and the sequence of elections. Districts 2, 4, and 6 were elected in 2018. In 2020, the final at-large council seats will transition to district seats. Seats up for election in November 2020 are districts 1, 3, 5, and 7.
Essential Documents for Candidates
Welcome to the City of Santa Rosa’s City Council Candiate Information Page. These links point to information about the City programs, resources and archival documentation.
Filer Login Page
Use this page to log in if you are a filer.
Public Financing for City Council Elections
In 2002, Santa Rosa voters passed a City Charter amendment that provides public financing for City Council election campaigns.
Robocall Regulations & Forms
Santa Rosa City Code sections 10-32.200 and 10-32.210 establish new campaign robocall regulations for City elections. For purposes of City elections, a robocall is defined as “any single recorded telephone message made in support of or opposition to a City Council candidate(s) or City ballot measure(s) and placed to 200 or more individuals or households within a 30-day period.”
October 24, 2022 is the standard voter registration deadline for the November 8, 2022, General Municipal Election.