Elections & Voting

Municipal elections are held annually on the second Tuesday in March. Councilmembers in Groups 1, 3, and 5 are elected in even years. Councilmembers in Groups 2 and 4 are elected in odd years. Municipal elections are by group, at-large, and non-partisan (no districts, no party affiliation). The candidate qualifying period is the first seven business days in January during regular business hours.

In 2020, the North Palm Beach Municipal Election will be held  in conjunction with the Presidential Preference Primary on Tuesday, March 17, 2020.  Qualifying to run for Council in the March 2020 election is earlier than in previous years. The candidate qualifying period for the March 2020 election opens on December 9, 2019 and closes on December 17, 2019.

Council group numbers do not indicate a geographic district.
Group numbers indicate a seat on the Council. Candidates run for a specific group, which they must select at the time of qualifying for election. All Village electors may vote for the candidate of their choice in each of the Council groups listed on the ballot (Groups 2 and 4 in odd years, Groups 1, 3, and 5 in even years). Councilmembers represent and serve all Village voters.

Becoming a Candidate

For information on becoming a candidate for the Village Council, please contact the Village Clerk at 561-841-3355.

Becoming a Candidate (PDF)
Como Convertirse En Candidato Para El Consejo De Village (PDF)
Become a Poll Worker

Become A Poll Worker

Poll Workers perform a vital service to their community as an important part of the elections process. Your Village Clerk and the Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections are always in need of poll workers for municipal and general elections.
To become a poll worker you must:
1. be a registered voter in Palm Beach County;
2. fill out and submit the poll worker application online;
3. complete a one-hour orientation session; and
4. attend 3 to 7 hours of training (depending on the position being filled) prior to each election.

For more information on these paid positions,
contact the Supervisor of Elections Poll Worker Department:
by phone (561) 656-6200 (option 3) or email, or visit the website.