City Clerk Services
The City Clerk, as historian of the community, is responsible for records retention and the care, custody and control of all official City records.
The Clerk serves each administrative department in the City and is the direct liaison between the City Council and the public.
The Clerk creates, keeps, indexes and retrieves minutes of Council meetings, Ordinances and Resolutions, contracts and bid documents.
The Clerk is Redevelopment Agency Secretary; Secretary to the Finance Authority; the Clerk officiates at all City bid openings; receives, publishes and files public and legal notices, and records legal documents at the County level.
The City Clerk's office has a Notary Public, accepts subpoenas, and is responsible for registering voters and conducting the municipal election.