The City Secretary's Office serves the citizens of today and tomorrow while preserving the
records of the past. Responsibilities include coordination of the appointment process for boards
and commissions, records management oversight, agenda and city meeting notices, maintaining
minutes, and has the role of treasurer for the City.
The City Secretary also serves as the elections administrator to ensure all legal requirements
are met, including the coordination of all aspects of the City's General and Special Elections,
assisting in the determination of viable candidates, preparing and maintaining candidate
files, and posting legal notices.
City Records (Requests for Information)
The City Secretary acts as custodian of public records, including the preservation of such
documents including contracts, ordinances, and resolutions. The City Secretary also serves
as the City Records Management Officer (RMO). As the RMO, the City Secretary responds
to Requests for Information from residents, citizens, and governmental agencies.