There are races for at least three city offices in the April 3 municipal elections based on first-day filings.

Open seats include one alderman in each of the three wards, mayor, marshal/police chief, collector and municipal judge.

Two people have filed to date for the mayor’s seat — Alderman Steve Myers, 2102 Peace Pipe, and Pacific Planning and Zoning Commissioner Jerry Eversmeyer, 2148 S. Highway N.

Incumbent collector Debbie Kelley, 1809 S. Highway N, filed to retain her seat. She faces a challenge from Sheila Grippo, 66 Cedar Ridge.

Three people have filed so far for the Ward 3 aldermanic seat, including incumbent Mike Pigg, 44 Cedar Ridge; Benjamin King, 611 Sierra Ridge; and Drew Stotler, 6688 Eagles View Drive.

One person has filed for the Ward 2 seat — former mayor and municipal judge Herbert Adams, 1208 Pinewood.

The Ward 1 seat also has one candidate — incumbent Nick Chlebowski, 749 N. Columbus.

Police Chief Matt Mansell, 708 Cypress, filed to retain his seat. He is the only candidate for that seat in early filing.

Municipal Judge Dan Leslie, 498 Quail Point, Labadie, filed to retain his seat. He also is the sole candidate for that seat so far.

Anyone wishing to run for office has until 5 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 16, to have his or her name placed on the ballot.

The filing location is Pacific City Hall, 300 Hoven Drive.