A special election was called to replace Councilman Bill Kruger who submitted his letter of resignation Sept. 4.
An all-mail special election will be held to fill the former councilman's seat.
The ballots must be received by the San Bernardino County Elections Office by March 5. Completed ballots may also be dropped off at City
Clerk's Office City Hall, second floor, 14000 City Center Drive, or the James S. Thalman Branch Library, 14020 City Center Drive.
The library is directly across from City Hall.
Drop offs at the Chino Hills locations can be made during regular business hours or until 8 p.m. on election night.
Replacement ballots will be available at the City Clerk's Office.
Additional details about election matters can be found at here.
The candidates are Debra Kay Hernandez, Ray Marquez, Rossana Mitchell and Jesse Singh.
Biographies of the candidates are available at www.dailybulletin.com/elections
The city will spend $135,000 from the General Fund for the election.