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  • Can I view the Montclair Municipal Code online?

    Yes, Montclair's Municipal Code can be accessed through the following link:
  • How and where do I register to vote?

    To register to vote you must obtain and complete a voter registration form.  Voter registration forms can be obtained by: 

    Additional Assistance 
    For additional assistance with voter registration, please contact the Secretary of State's office at any of the following toll-free numbers:

    • English: 1-800-345-VOTE
    • Spanish: 1-800-232-VOTA
    • Chinese: 1-800-339-2857
    • Vietnamese: 1-800-339-8163
    • Japanese: 1-800-339-2865
    • Tagalog: 1-800-339-2957
    • Korean: 1-866-575-1558
  • How can I get a copy of a Montclair Municipal Code Section?

    You may access the Montclair Municipal Code at: https://library.municode.com/ca/montclair/codes/code_of_ordinances

    Or you may contact the City Clerk's Office at (909) 625-9416

  • How can I see all the municipal laws?

    The City of Montclair's Municiple Code can be viewed at:


  • How do I get a copy of a city document?

    Contact the Deputy City Clerk at (909) 625-9416.
  • I want a copy of the city budget.

    Contact the Deputy City Clerk at (909) 625-9416.
  • Is there a user forum within the community to discuss topics about our Local City and State topics?

    Please visit www.cityprofile.com.  Its an online discussion forum providing a clean, moderated, family safe environment for citizens to respectfully discuss topics such as schools, jobs, real estate, civic acivities, and volunteering.  It's a great resource. 
  • Where are the polling stations?

    If you are registered at least 25 days before an election, no later than two weeks before an election, you will receive a sample ballot pamphlet from the Registrar of Voters Office. This pamphlet provides a voter with information on candidates and state and local measures and includes the polling place location and accessibility information on the back cover. Each voter should read the sample ballot carefully, poll locations may change from one election to another. If you reside in an area that does not have a polling location, your sample ballot and official ballot will be mailed to you automatically and you will be voting in the privacy of your home.   If you do not receive your sample ballot two weeks before the election, call the Registrar of Voters Office immediately to be sure you are correctly registered and to obtain the location of your polling place.

    If you register between 25 - 15 days before an election, instead of a sample ballot pamphlet you may receive a special voter notification card with the location of your polling place.

    Approximately three weeks before an election, polling places may be looked-up on the Internet. Voting may be done at the Registrar of Voters starting 29 days prior to the election day, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Saturday voting may be available for countywide elections.

    When there is a statewide election and there are state measures on the ballot, a "California Ballot Pamphlet," which contains additional information on statewide propositions, will be mailed to each household of registered voters. This pamphlet is mailed by the Secretary of State's Office in Sacramento.

    The voter should learn all they can about the candidate and measures before they vote. In addition to reading the material found in the sample ballot and state voter pamphlet, additional information can be obtained by contacting political party headquarters, attending local voter forums and reading voter information published in the newspaper.

    You may look up your polling location using the following weblink: