The Office of the City Clerk exists to ensure the integrity of municipal governance through the administration of the electoral, legislative and record keeping processes as set forth in the City Charter, City Code and State Statute.
The City Clerk serves as the Clerk of the Commission and is responsible for keeping a public record of all proceedings of the Commission, including the certification of all ordinances and resolutions. The City Clerk is the official custodian of the City seal and any other papers, documents or records pertaining to the City.
The City Clerk’s Office is committed to providing access to City government through open and accessible meetings and accurate recording of the City Council proceedings; by protecting and preserving City documents and records; by conducting fair and democratic elections; and by providing excellent service to the public.
A public research area is available to review Commission and Advisory Board meeting minutes, ordinances, and official City documents through audio recordings and printed materials. Historic documents, photographs and other materials are available for viewing by interested groups, historians and the general public.
The City Clerk's Office can be contacted at:
101 Church Street, Suite 500
Kissimmee, FL 34741