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The Office of the City Clerks is the official record keeper for all Legislative actions and provides administrative support to the City Council. The City Clerk is â€‹elected citywide for a  four-year term.

Responsibilities of the City Clerk include (but are not limited to):
  • Acts as the records center for official actions of the City Council
  • Preparation and distribution of City Council agendas and minutes
  • Publishes legal notices and public meeting notices
  • Ensures adoption and publishing of the Municipal Code of Ordinances
  • Records Management
  • Accepts service for all suits and claims filed against the city
  • Certify Liquor permits
  • Administer Oaths of Office
  • Schedule citizens for appearance before City Council
  • Custodian of the Seal. Seals and attests by signature to ordinances, resolutions, and contracts, bonds, or other documents requiring certification.
  • Affix the seal of the City to all documents as required by law
  • Providing public information and responding to requests for public records information as required under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).