Article 6. District Elections of California Public Utilities Code >> Division 7. >> Chapter 3. >> Article 6.
The biennial election for the election of directors shall be
held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November of
odd-numbered years. This election is the general district election.
Except as otherwise provided in this division, districts
governed by this division are subject to the provisions of the
Uniform District Election Law.
No person may vote at any district election unless he
possesses all the requirements of an elector under the general laws
and is a qualified elector residing within the district.
If land is annexed to a district, the board shall
reestablish the boundaries of the units and election precincts within
the district not less than 90 days before any election in the
district. The reestablished boundaries shall include the annexed land
in the same manner and with the same effect as set forth in Sections
15953 to 15964, inclusive. If land is annexed less than 90 days
before an election within the district, the inhabitants of the land
included shall not vote at the election.
Whenever a special election is called pursuant to Articles 1
or 2 of Chapter 5 for the purpose of submitting to the electors a
proposition, the board shall pass an ordinance calling the election.
At the special election all propositions formulated pursuant
to Articles 1 or 2 of Chapter 5 may be submitted to the electors of
the district, but no question other than such propositions shall be
The ordinance calling the election shall set forth the
(a) The purposes for which it is called.
(b) The estimated cost of each utility or utility works proposed
for acquisition, construction, or completion by the district.
(c) The proposed method and manner of payment.
(d) The day on which the election will be held.
(e) The manner of holding the election.
(f) The manner of voting for or against each proposition submitted
to the electors.
(g) If it is necessary to incur a district indebtedness for any
utility or public utility works therein proposed, the objects and
purposes for which the indebtedness is proposed to be incurred, and
that bonds of the district shall issue for the payment of the cost of
such utility or public utility works, if the proposition is accepted
by the electors.
The election shall be held as provided for holding elections
in the district.