A Way to Get Involved in Your Community.

Eligible residents and businesses can participate and vote in the upcoming North Park Planning Committee (NPPC) General Election in March.

To be eligible to vote in the annual mid-March NPPC General Election, you must live, work, own property, or own a business1 in North Park2, have a valid Voter Registration Form on file and present valid identification3. Monthly meetings start at 6:30 p.m. via Zoom on the 3rd Tuesday of the month. Although it may be beneficial to become familiar with the topics discussed during the meeting, it is not required to stay for the entire meeting once you log in.

The NPPC provides advisory recommendations to the City’s Planning Commission and City Council regarding projects in the community, and is recognized by the City as an important part of the approval process including but not limited to new development, public facilities, and transportation. The more participants, the more influence we have on the future of North Park: how it will look and what it will include.

The NPPC offers many ways for you to get involved!
– Attend the monthly General Meetings.
– Learn how City government operates and how its decisions affect North Park.
– Hear City representatives, staff from elected officials, prospective developers and community members present their vision of the future of North Park.
– Ask questions and voice your own opinion about matters before the NPPC.

1 Business owners may designate a representative to vote on their behalf and present a letter from the property owner designating a representative to vote in the General Election along with a valid identification

2 The general boundaries of the North Park Planning Area are: Park Boulevard on the west, Interstate 805 on the east, the south rim of Mission Valley on the north, and South Park (along the middle of Juniper Street from the east side of Balboa Park to 32nd Street, then south and east to Interstate 15) on the south

3 Valid identification must show the name of the voter and qualifying North Park address, and may include a California Driver License. If the qualifying North Park address is not shown on the California Driver License, then additional information such as a Property Tax Bill, or Utility Bill may be shown

Links for Additional Information:

2022 Voter Registration Form

NPPC Bylaws

For questions about the General Election, email info@northparkplanning.org

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