Welcome to the City of San Bruno Municipal Election page. Elections are administered by the San Bruno City Clerk’s Office and the San Mateo County Elections Division. The following information is provided to guide voters and potential candidates through the election process.
Voter Registration Forms are available outside of the City Clerk's Office at City Hall or at the San Bruno Library. You may also Register to Vote online. You must be a U.S. Citizen, 18 years or older. Check your registration status online.
To find out more about elections, and to find a full list of San Mateo County Voting Centers, please visit the San Mateo County Voting Center List or call the San Mateo County Elections Division main line at 650-312-5222.
On March 22, 2022, the San Bruno City Council completed its sixth and final public hearing on the district formation process. By adopting Ordinance 1907, the City Council established the City’s first district map for City Council elections. The Ordinance implements by-district elections of four City Council Members beginning in November 2022.
The City of San Bruno first by-district election began with representatives for Districts 1 and 4 during the November 2022 election. In November 2024, the remaining two districts (2 and 3) will be up for election. Each district Council Member will serve a four-year term and must live in their respective district.
The remaining Council Member, the Mayor, will continue to be elected every two years. This structure was established by Measure F in 1977 and is not affected by the adoption of a 4-district map. Thus, the November 2022 ballot will also include the election of a Mayor for the next two years.
Find what district you live in by clicking the map below:
To learn more about the districting process and the adoption of the current district map, visit districtingsanbruno.org.
General Municipal Election Information
2022 Municipal Election
The next municipal election will be held on November 8, 2022 for the offices of Mayor and City Council Districts 1 and 4. This will be the first election where voters will select two offices “by district” representation. Check your district using the “Adopted Council District” map above.
Candidates running for a Council District seat must reside and be registered to vote in the respective district. This requirement also applies to those who sign a candidate’s nomination petition.
November 2022 Candidates
The following individuals are certified municipal candidates that qualified for the November 2022 ballot:
Ballot Measure BB: Mayoral and City Council Term Limits
The City of San Bruno has approved the following measure for the November 8, 2022 general municipal election ballot.
Shall an ordinance be adopted to amend the City of San Bruno Municipal Code to limit service on the City Council to consecutive terms of no more than 12 consecutive years or as Mayor to consecutive terms of no more than 12 consecutive years?
Notice of Measure
Resolution 2022-80 Term Limits Measure
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Argument and Rebuttal Filing Forms
Election Links and Sites
The City Clerk’s Office is available to answer questions and maybe reached at (650) 616-7071.