Michael Olmos is the City Manager/City Clerk. Michelle Nicholson serves as the Chief Deputy City Clerk and oversees the day-to-day operations of the City Clerk's Office.
The City Clerk’s Office is a service agency, the oldest in municipal government, and is the principal link between the City Council and the citizens of the City.
The City Clerk serves as Clerk to the City Council and is responsible for preparing the Council's meeting agendas and keeping the official recordings of actions taken at City Council meetings. In addition, the City Clerk:
Processes Council agreements and records official documents, such as City Council resolutions and ordinances;
Arranges and coordinates general municipal elections with County government and is the local filing officer for Fair Political Practices Commission campaign filings and statements of economic interest, and;
Keeps a current local appointment list of community members that the City Council has appointed to Committees and Commissions. Community members who are interested in serving on these Committees and Commissions are urged to contact the City Clerk’s Office for an application.
Prepares Proclamations and Resolutions of Commendations for issuance by the Mayor and City Council.