2021 Mayor for a Day contest is now closed. The elementary and middle school-aged residents will each present their winning essay submission at City Council meetings in October.
10/12/21 Update: Congratulations to the two winners of the Mayor for a Day contest. They are:
|Elementary School Mayor for a Day||Middle School Mayor for a Day|
|Aanya Raychaudhur||Dhruv Vijay|
|3rd grade, Jose Antonio Vargas Elementary School||8th grade, Blach Intermediate School|
The Elementary School Mayor for a Day will be recognized at the Oct. 12 City Council Meeting and the Middle School Mayor for a Day will be recognized at the Oct. 26 meeting.
View the news release for additional details.
What would Mountain View be like if you were mayor for a day?
DUE ON FRIDAY, October 1, 2021
by 5 p.m.
Submit your entry online
The parent/guardian of the elementary and/or middle school-aged student must fill out the online contest entry form on their child's behalf. By submitting the form, the parent/guardian is giving their informed consent for their child to participate in the Mayor for a Day contest. View 2021 Mayor for a Day contest flyer.
Mountain View Mayor Ellen Kamei will select up to two (2) winning entries, one from an elementary school-aged student and one from a middle school-aged student who live in Mountain View. The City of Mountain View is not responsible for any missing or late contest entries.
All entries were due by 5 p.m. Friday, October 1, 2021. Submissions are no longer being accepted for 2021.
Email City.Clerk@mountainview.gov for more information or questions.