How can I return my ballot?

You may return your ballot in either of the following ways:

1.    Mail it to the address shown in the enclosed, postage-paid return envelope so it is received on or before July 6, 2021.

2.    Deliver it in person 

       a.  By July 6, 2021, 5 p.m. to the Diamond Bar City Clerk, at the Diamond Bar City Hall located at 21810 Copley Drive, Diamond Bar, CA.              

       b.  On July 6, 2021 after 5 p.m. and before 6:30 p.m. (and previous to the close of the public input portion of the public hearing) to the Diamond Bar City Clerk, at City Hall, located at 21810 Copley Drive, Diamond Bar, CA. 

3.  Deliver it in person to the public hearing which is scheduled to begin at 6:30 pm on Tuesday, July 6, 2021, at the City Hall, Windmill Room, First Floor located at 21810 Copley Drive, Diamond Bar, CA.

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1. What are landscape assessment districts?
2. Where is District 41 located?
3. Why are property owners being asked to vote?
4. Why haven’t our assessments been increased over the years to keep up with rising costs?
5. What work does the City perform in our neighborhood?
6. How much is the new assessment?
7. How was the new assessment determined?
8. If this assessment is approved, could it be increased in future years?
9. How do we know that the assessment funds will be spent properly?
10. What happens if this assessment increase is not approved?
11. Who gets to vote on this measure and how are votes tabulated?
12. How do I complete my ballot?
13. How can I return my ballot?
14. How will ballots be tabulated?
15. How can I replace a lost or damaged ballot?
16. What if ballot information is incorrect?
17. May I withdraw my ballot after it is submitted?
18. May I change my vote after my ballot has been submitted?
19. Why in some cases are there fees for both a Homeowners Association and the assessment districts?
20. Why don’t my property taxes pay for this work?
21. There are other areas in the City with nice landscaping and property owners don’t pay an assessment to the City. Why is that?
22. Are there exemptions or discounts for seniors or low income?