Three City Council seats up for election

Pictured from left are Councilman Randy Bonner, Mayor Pro Tem Kasey Castillo, Mayor Jordan Ehrenkranz, Councilman Larry Greene, and Councilman Jeremy Smith. 

Three of the five seats on the Canyon Lake City Council are up for election on November 3 when the four-year terms of Jordan Ehrenkranz, Larry Greene, and Randy Bonner expire.

The nomination period opens today, July 13. Any registered voter of the city is eligible to run for office by pulling and submitting nomination papers by August 7 at 12 p.m.

Anyone interested in running for City Council is asked to contact City Clerk Ana Sauseda at [email protected].

The City Council is composed of five members elected at large by the city’s residents to serve four-year terms. As the city’s legislative body, the City Council is responsible for the implementation of programs and services provided by the city, as well as hearing the concerns of local citizens.

The City Council provides legislative and policy direction to the city manager, who implements their decisions to direct the activities of the city. The City Council responds to issues and concerns of the community by allocating resources, developing policies, and formulating strategies that support the vitality, public safety, and economic viability of the city.


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