Two City Council Seats, Offices of City Clerk and City Treasurer up for election this year.
Nominations are underway for the City of Imperial Municipal General Election. Two seats on the City Council and the offices of City Clerk and City Treasurer will be on the November 8th ballot.  In order to be eligible to hold office as a member of the City Council, City Clerk or City Treasurer, a person must be a registered voter of Imperial at the time nomination papers are issued for his or her candidacy.  In order to qualify as a registered voter in Imperial, you must be a United States citizen; a resident of Imperial; at least 18 years of age on the date of the next election; and not in prison or on parole for a felony conviction.

Come celebrate the City of Imperial's 112th Birthday at our Annual Luau. On July 29th starting at 7pm the City will provide free games and hot dogs to the public, as well as facilitate free open swim at the Imperial Pool. For questions, or more information, please contact the Department of Recreation at (760) 355-3316.


Temporary Traffic Control Plans for Neckel Road - Sewer and Waterline Improvements

Recently, the City of Imperial awarded Bid No. 2016-01 to A&R Construction for the Sewer and Waterline Improvement Project on Neckel Road. Starting Monday, June 27, 2016 East and West access to Neckel Road from SR86 will be restricted as construction begins. The project currently has a six week completion timeline. During which time drivers are encourage North-bound traffic to use 15th street to Rodeo Drive as an access point to the Sunset Ranch and Springfield Subdivisions. South-bound traffic is encouraged to use Ralph Road to Cannon Drive.


Learn how to:

  • Create a household budget
  • Open and manage a checking account
  • Start and manage a savings account
  • Better Manage your money

Classes start August 4th at 6:00 p.m. at the Imperial Public Library, 200 W. 4th Street. Imperial, CA. Call (760) 355-1332.

To reserve a seat, preregister at the library. Walk-ins permitted as space permits.



The U.S. House of Representatives has designated July as National Parks & Recreation Month. The Imperial City Council proclaimed July as National Parks and Recreation Month during their Regular Meeting on July 6, 2016. Both Public Services/Parks and Recreation Departments were recognized for their ongoing efforts to provide quality programs and recreational facilities for the community of Imperial.