The City Clerk's Office is responsible for preparation of agendas and minutes; ensures compliance with legal noticing requirements; serves as the Elections Official for the conduct of general municipal and special elections; responding to requests for public records; maintenance of the City's Municipal Code; and management of the citywide records management program. The City Clerk's Office also provides U.S. Passport information and serves as a passport acceptance center at City Hall. Passport services are located inside the Permit Center, 1st Floor, Community Development Department.
The City Clerk is also the filing officer for Political Reform Act documents. Copies of Campaign Statements are available on the City's website. Copies of Statements of Economic Interest (Form 700) may be obtained by contacting the City Clerk. The following filers are designated by Section 87200 of the Political Reform act and their original Statements of Economic Interest are forwarded to the Fair Political Practices Commission, copies are maintained by the City Clerk.
Robert Taylor, Mayor
Joel Bryant, Vice Mayor
Johnny Rodriguez, Council Member
Karen Rarey, Council Member
Claudette Staton, Council Member
Cyndi Hankins, Planning Commissioner
John D. Fink, Planning Commissioner
Emily Cross, Planning Commissioner
Seana Fippin, Planning Commissioner
Dirk Zeigler, Planning Commissioner
Gustavo "Gus" Vina, City Manager
Damien Brower, City Attorney
Kerry Breen, City Treasurer, Director of Finance & Information Systems