Residents of Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake interested in City Council spots can file for candidacy in their respective cities beginning Jan. 18.

The candidate filing period for all cities will end Feb. 17. Early voting will begin April 24 with election day May 6.

Grapevine City Council seats for places 5 and 6—both three-year terms—will be on the ballot for the city. Place 5 is held by Chris Coy, and Place 6 is held by Duff O’Dell.

Eligible candidates for Grapevine must have been a resident of the city for at least six months prior to the election date, be a registered voter in Texas and not be indebted to the city. More information on running for office in Grapevine can be found here.

Places 3 and 4 in Colleyville are up for election. Both seats are three-year terms. Place 3 is held by Kathy Wheat, and Place 4 is held by George W. Dodson.

Eligible candidates for Colleyville must have been a resident of the city or with an incorporated area annexed by the city for at least 12 months before the election date, must be a qualified voter in Texas and cannot be financially delinquent to the city, according to the city charter. Election information for Colleyville can be found here.

Council places 1 and 6 will be on the ballot in Southlake. Both seats’ terms are three years. Place 1 is held by Kathy Talley, and Randy Williamson holds Place 6.

Eligible candidates for Southlake must be at least 21 years of age, be a qualified voter of the city and have resided in the corporate limits of the city for at least 12 months preceding the election, according to the city charter. Candidates cannot file for more than one office or position per election. More information on Southlake’s election can be found here.