Only one candidate will meet with residents at a time and block captains are being asked to help arrange the meet-and-greets.
"We will make it easy for you by helping to schedule a time with the candidate," reads an email to Neighborhood Watch members.
"You will be able to pick one candidate at a time to meet at your home or a neighbor's home and then invite your neighbors to ask questions of that candidate.
"We are giving our time to assist in the scheduling to meet the candidates to encourage residents to get more informed by asking questions to the candidate on the issues that are important to you and your neighbors in the comfort of your own home.
Anyone interested in meeting any or all of the candidates -- save for one who cannot make a meeting -- should ask a block captain to contact Kelly to make the request and invite a candidate(s) soon.
The window of availability for the candidates is closing quickly.
City Council candidates will be vying for three open seats.
*Patrick "Kit" Bobko - Incumbent, City Councilman
*Jeff Duclos - Incumbent, City Councilman
*Greg Savelli, Former Hermosa Beach Chief of Police
*John Bowler - Former City Councilman
*J.R. Reviczky, former City Councilman
There are also three seats on the Hermosa Beach City School District's Board of Education.
School Board Candidates:
*Carleen Beste - running for re-election
*Mary K. Campbell
*Margaret Rose Bove-Lamonica
*Seth Weiss (unable to participate with HBNW)