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Council Candidate Packet

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En Espanol: Informacion del candidato al conseujo

Minimum qualifications:
A candidate for the office of Mayor or Council must be:

  • a qualified and registered voter of the Town of Gilbert;
  • registered to vote no later than the date of the first signature on the nomination petitions; and
  • a resident of the Town of Gilbert or an annexed area for at least one year prior to the election

Duties and Responsibilities include:

  • review meeting packet and attend regular Council meetings, generally held on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month
  • attend other meetings including Executive Sessions, Study Sessions, 2 Retreats, joint meetings and subcommittee meetings
  • serve as liaison to assigned Gilbert Boards and Commissions and other Town/regional groups

Below are the links to the Town of Gilbert 2020 Candidate Packet. The nomination paperwork is current as of February 19, 2020.

It is the candidate’s responsibility to ensure that all legal requirements have been met. If you would like someone to review the contents of the packet with you, you can schedule an appointment with Lisa Maxwell, Town Clerk, at 480-503-6861. Many of your questions may be answered in the 2020 Candidate Handbook. Please note the Town Clerk’s Office cannot render legal, financial or other professional advice.