Besides overseeing and maintaining the City's official documents and records, the City Clerk functions as our Election Official, Liquor Licensing Administrator, Human Resource Officer, and Risk Manager.
The City Clerk's office is where you should turn for the following information:
CITY COUNCIL AGENDAS
Please contact the Clerk's office if you would like an item to be on an upcoming City Council agenda. Council meetings are on Tuesday evenings at 7:00 pm.
On June 17, 2014, the City Council adopted a Public Records Policy that outlines the fees and procedures required to inspect public records. Click to view the Public Records Policy. To request a public record, fill out a Records Request Form (pdf) and return it to the office of the City Clerk.
|Noise Variance (pdf)|
|Event, Parade or Race (pdf)|
|Request to Hang Banner (pdf)|
|Special Event Fee Waiver Request (pdf)|
|Request to Serve Alcohol in Memorial Hall (pdf)|
LIQUOR LICENSE INFORMATION
Obtaining a new liquor license is a time-consuming process and generally takes 3-4 months, sometimes longer, to complete. It is vital for applicants to contact the City Clerk well in advance of the business opening. In general, the Clerk is prohibited from accepting an application for a location that is closer than 500 feet from a school or where such business is prohibited by local zoning laws. The applicant is well-advised to research proposed locations before taking possession of a property.