The City Clerk's Office Will Be Closed on Friday, April 19 and Monday, April 22
Office will reopen at City Hall (300 Park Ave.) on Tuesday. April 23
The City Hall renovation project is almost complete, and the schedule is set for reopening the building to the public.
The last day of City Hall offices (including the City Clerk's Office) open at 400 N. Washington St. will be Thursday, April 18.
In addition to the City Clerk's Office, the following offices will be closed to the public on Friday, April 19 and Monday, April 22, and will reopen at regular hours at 300 Park Ave. on Tuesday, April 23:
Commissioner of the Revenue (Vehicle Registration, Business Licenses)
Treasurer (Tax Payments, Dog Licenses, Vehicle Decal)
Planning (Permits, Building Safety, Zoning)
Public Works (Permits, Solid Waste)
Administration (City Manager, City Attorney, City Clerk, Communications, Finance, HR, IT)
Appointed by City Council, the City Clerk serves as administrator for the council and maintains records of official city documents. The City Clerk:
Attends all City Council meetings
Prepares Council meeting public notices, agendas, packages, and minutes
Submits legal notices for publication
Prepares correspondence, proclamations, and certificates of appreciation
Distributes an electronic calendar of Council events
Manages the Council and City Clerk budget
Prepares, finalizes, and distributes legislation passed by Council
Updates the City Code
Monitors annual filing of conflict of interest statements by elected and appointed officials and certain City staff
Administers the oath of office to Council members, board and commission members, and police officers
Presides over the January meeting of the new City Council until the Mayor is elected
The City Clerk's Office maintains all board and commission public notices and minutes; notifies members when their term of office is ending; tracks board and commission vacancies and appointments; and facilitates the Appointments Committee's monthly meeting.