City Clerk


The City Clerk's division is service oriented and one of the oldest in municipal government. The basic functions and duties of City Clerks in General Law cities are prescribed by the statutes of State of California.  The Clerk attends all Council meetings and is the custodian of records for the City, including but not limited to, minutes, ordinances, resolutions, contracts, and agreements.  Selma's City Clerk maintains a manual and computerized records filing and indexing system which aids in the ability to find and retrieve documents as needed.  The Clerk also coordinates elections with the Fresno County elections department and acts as the filing officer with the Fair Political Practices Commission.  This position acts as the secretary to the City manager, prepares the weekly report to the City Council.


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