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Pelican Bay is a General Law Type A City, with the entire Council elected at-large. Pelican Bay’s City Council is comprised of the Mayor and 5 Aldermen.  Terms are two years and are non-paid positions.  Municipal Elections for the Mayor, Place 1 and Place 2 are in even numbered years. Place 3, Place 4 and Place 5 are in odd numbered years.

All election notices will be posted on the double glass doors at Pelican Bay City Hall.  This is the official posting location of all election notices.  Notices will also be posted to the City website.

Candidate Qualifications for City Office:

Mayor – Residence–One (1) year in State prior to filing deadline; One (1) year in City prior to filing deadline; Age 18; Must be a registered voter in the territory elected from by the filing deadline

Alderman – Residence–One (1) year in State prior to filing deadline; Six (6) months in City prior to filing deadline; Age 18; Must be a registered voter in the territory elected from by the filing deadline

MUST NOT have been determined mentally incapacitated by a final judgment of a court.

MUST NOT have been finally convicted of a felony (unless pardoned or otherwise released from the resulting disabilities).

MAY 7, 2022 ELECTION

Certification of Unopposed Candidates

Resolution Cancelling May 7, 2022 Election

UPCOMING ELECTIONS

MAY 6, 2023-City of Pelican Bay General Election (Aldermen Places 3, 4, and 5)

 

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