The City Clerk is the local official who administers the democratic processes such as access to City meetings, records, elections and all legislative actions and ensures transparency to the public by enforcing Federal, State and local statutes including the Political Reform Act, The Brown Act, and the Public Records Act.
The City Clerk is responsible for:
Coordinating City Council meetings including the preparation and publishing of Agendas and Minutes for public meetings
Maintaining accurate records of the business conducted during public meetings
Maintains the records management plan for the entire City
Administering the oath of office to elected officials, City Commissioners and key employees