The City Clerk’s Office strives to provide quality public service to residents by upholding adherence to federal, state, and local statutes, including the Political Reform Act, the Brown Act, and the Public Records Act. We strive to ensure that the City’s legislative processes are open and public by providing a link between citizens and government.
The primary functions of the City Clerk's Office include the following:
Publishing and posting notices of meetings, ordinances, and other City business as required by law.
The care and custody of all City records, as well as research and dissemination of information in response to public requests for records under the California Public Records Act, and coordinating information requested by Subpoenas for Records.
Filing Officer for the Political Reform Act of 1974.