​Updated November 9th, 2016:


On November 8th, the residents of City of Rancho Cucamonga voted to approve Measure Q.


As of 9:20am on November 20th, with 83 out of 83 precincts counted (but with some provisional and by-mail ballots left to count), the results are as follows:

Shall four members of the City Council of the City of Rancho Cucamonga be elected by geographic districts with the Mayor elected at large as described in Ordinance No. 887?
Yes25,515
63.15%
No14,88736.85%







Please check www.MyRC.life periodically for further updates.


October 20, 2016 update:



May 5, 2016, update: On May 4th the City Council adopted Map "B2" as its proposed map of Council election districts. If on November 8th the voters approve the change to by-district elections, Map "B2" will be used for the Council elections in 2018 and 2020.


Details of Map B2 (shown below) are available on the "District Maps" page (formerly "Draft Maps").
















Districts 2 and 3 (Blue and Green) will hold elections in 2018. Districts 1 and 4 (Red and Purple) will hold elections in 2020.


For a table comparing how each of the Draft Maps compared under the various map-drawing criteria, please see the "Draft Comparison Chart," which is available on the "Document Library" page.



NEW: 


Video Released October 16th:

Animated Video "all about Measure Q"

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Rancho Cucamonga City Council District Elections

Download, Print and Share with your neighbors and friends the City's Information Flyers about Measure Q:

(updated 9/29/2016)

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