Elections for Diamond Bar City Council members are regularly scheduled during the month of November for even-numbered years. Any United States citizen may run for the Diamond Bar City Council as long as he or she is registered to vote in Diamond Bar. Council members are elected for terms of four years. For more information, contact the City Clerk's Office at 909-839-7010.
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The City maintains an extensive online repository of public documents ranging from approved building permits to legislative position letters. If the document or record you are looking for is not available in this Online Records Library, you can search the public records archive or submit a Public Records Request.
There is no fee for making a public records request. However, a fee may apply to cover the cost of duplication if a physical copy of records is requested.
Every public hearing and official City meeting, including those held by the City Council, and the City's three Commissions - Planning, Traffic and Transportation, and Parks and Recreation - allow for members of the public to provide comments on any item on the agenda or subject matter within the jurisdiction of the City Council or Commission. All public comments received become part of a meeting's official record, also known as meeting minutes, and published in the following City Council/City Commission meeting's agenda packet. An archive of agenda packets is available online at http://diamondbarca.iqm2.com/Citizens/.