The City Clerk is the historian of the city and is responsible for ongoing management as prescribed by State statutes and the City Charter.
The City Clerk's Offices prepares, assembles and distributes agendas and minutes; records City Council actions; fulfills posting requirements; acts as coordinator for city boards, commissions, and committees; conducts city elections; administers oaths of office; maintains all city records and the City Code Book; and facilitates all public records requests, with the exception of Court and Police records. The City Clerk also coordinates the publication of legal notices and advertising; issues special event permits; conducts research; and provides training on the Arizona Open Meeting Law.
Pursuant to A.R.S. § 38-412, the City Clerk's Office provides notary public services (acknowledgment or jurat, copy certification and oath or affirmation), free of charge.