Glendale residents can now begin the election process for the upcoming municipal elections.
Registered voters will head to the polls this April to decide on the city's next treasurer, city clerk, three members of Glendale City Council, Glendale Unified School Board and the Community College Trustees, according to a city announcement.
Anyone who wants to run for a seat must take out nomination papers from the City Clerk's office, which began on Jan. 3.
Each candidate must collect a requisite number of valid signatures and submit a filing fee to place a name officially on the ballot.
To learn more about the process and requirements, visit Glendale City Clerk's office Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The filing period is scheduled to close on January 24, unless otherwise specified.