City Clerk’s Office
The city clerk serves as the clerical officer for the City Council and Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) coordinator. The clerk is also responsible for maintaining city records, administering elections, maintaining voter registration records, and administering oaths.
To check your voter registration status, find your polling location, see a sample ballot for an upcoming election or to check the status of an absentee ballot: » Click Here
To find results of a local election: » Click Here
Results are updated throughout the evening of an election.
If you are interested in being on the permanent Absentee Voting list, please contact the City Clerk. Once on the permanent list, a resident receives an application prior to each election which must be signed and returned prior to receiving a ballot.
The City is always seeking citizens interested in becoming Election workers. If you are interested in serving the City by helping with elections, please complete and return the application form below to the City Clerk’s office.
» Election Inspector Application (PDF)