The City Clerk serves as a direct link between citizens of the community and the government. The City Clerk strives to keep citizens informed by communicating relevant and timely information regarding City Council meetings. The Clerk provides support to the City Council, maintains and preserves permanent records, fulfills requests for public information and provides administrative support for Boards & Committees.
City Council Support
The clerk serves as the Clerk to the City Council by providing services such as issuing public notifications of meetings, preparing agendas and minutes for all meetings, and maintaining a recorded history of Council actions. The clerk also provides general administrative assistance to the City Council including, but not limited to: scheduling meetings, conferences, and training sessions.
Records Management & Public Information Requests
The City Clerk serves as custodian of the City of Belmont's corporate seal and all permanent records pertaining to the City and City Seal. An example of such records include the City Charter, ordinances, resolutions, minutes, etc. If you would like to request public records, please complete a public records request.
Administration of Boards & Committees
The City Clerk administers processes for committee appointments and works with staff to maintains records for advisory Boards & Committees appointed by the City Council.