Appointed by the Board of Directors, the City Clerk is the custodian of all City records. The City Clerk attends all meetings, and records official actions of the Board and its committees. The Clerk also acts as custodian of all legal documents pertaining to the City; prepares and publishes City ordinances, resolutions, notice of public hearings; assists in preparation of the Board agendas; notifies persons scheduled to appear before Committees; codifies the City Code; administers oaths of office; and serves as a notary public for the City.
In addition, the City Clerk acts as the Chief Election Officer for municipal elections which involves acceptance of fees and registration of qualified applicants, securing voting places, printing of ballots, obtaining supplies, selection of poll workers, proper procedures for absentee voting, and certification of results.
Other duties and responsibilities of the City Clerk are to:
The City Clerk's office is located on the top floor of the Municipal Complex (City Hall) at 200 Rogers St. and is open Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Contact information located here.