Aileen Dickson, MMC | City Clerk
It's been 5 years since the implementation of the Do Not Knock Registry. Residents on the Registry need to renew every 5 years. Not sure how long it's been? Addresses can be renewed anytime to restart the clock!
New changes to Election Law were enacted at the end of 2018. Check our New Voting Information page for details.
What do we do?
The mission of the City Clerk’s Office is to build trust and confidence by promoting transparency, ensuring access to elections, and providing local government services to all.The City Clerk's Office provides clerical service to the City Council by preparing the agendas and recording the minutes of City Council meetings. The City Clerk is the parliamentarian for City Council.
As official keeper of the records, original minutes of all meetings of the City Council and Boards and Committees are kept and archived in the City Clerk's Office. Birth and death records are kept for all events occurring in the City, and certified copies are made available to those eligible to purchase them.
Licenses such as business, temporary merchants, amusement places and devices, taxicabs, peddlers, and sidewalk sales are issued in the City Clerk's Office. The filing of petitions, lawsuits, subpoenas, and Freedom of Information Act requests occurs at the City Clerk's Office as well. The City Clerk's Office also provides notary services (some fees may apply for notary service).
The City Clerk's Office conducts elections in accordance with State and Federal law. The City Clerk administers the Oath of Office to City officials, Police sworn personnel and appointees to boards & committees.
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