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Overview


The City Clerk is an elected official and serves as a Public Official at the will of the voters. The elected City Clerk serves as the community’s representative and is the custodian of the City Seal.  It is the duty of the Elected City Clerk to act as Clerk of the City Council and as Secretary to the Utility Board, Azusa Public Financing Authority, and the Oversight Board to the former Redevelopment Agency, attend meetings and ensure that a legislative history of all actions is maintained.

 The elected City Clerk works with the Chief Deputy City Clerk who is responsible for the day‐to‐day operations of the City Clerk’s Office and is charged with the preparation and distribution of agendas, maintenance, and protection of official City records as required, publishes and codifies ordinances, processes, attests, and certifies records, conducts all City elections, and acts as a filing officer for the Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC).


Responsibilities


Responsibilities of the City Clerk’s Office include:

  • Preparing agendas and minutes for all City Council meeting and information packets
  • Conducting regular and special municipal elections
  • Providing access to public records for citizens and City staff
  • Accepting claims and service of legal documents
  • Acting as filing officer for the Fair Political Practice Commission
  • Maintaining and publishing the Municipal Code
  • Establishing and maintaining systems to preserve, protect, and destroy public records in accordance with law

Forms

City Council Agendas/Minutes/Meeting Video


If you do not find the specific agenda or minutes you are looking for, please contact the City Clerk's office.


  1. Azusa County CA Homepage

  1. City of Azusa

  1. 213 E Foothill Boulevard

  1. Azusa, CA 91702

  1. Phone: 626-812-5200

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