The City Clerk, shall efficiently preserve the records in the present and those needed for the future. The City Clerk's office shall strive to provide a customer friendly atmosphere for the staff and public who wish to research minutes, ordinances, resolutions, and city council meeting agendas. City Council packets are available on the web for greater accessibility to staff and public.
The City Clerk shall be responsible for conducting all facets of municipal elections in accordance with the Municipal Election Code and 3-1-5 NMSA 1978. All election documents shall be accurate and published as required by law. All necessary supplies and equipment needed for conduction of the election shall be secured.
The City Clerk's office shall prepare packets for city council meetings and attend same; follow up on all council approved items (ensure adopted bills are enrolled and engrossed; publish notices of public hearings and adoption of ordinances; attain proper signatures on all agreements, etc.)
The City Clerk’s office is the hub of municipal government. The Clerk's Office is the main reference resource for the past, as well as the present.
Core responsibilities of the City Clerk include, but are not limited to:
- Custodian of Records
- Municipal Elections
- Liquor Licenses and Special Dispenser Permits
- Carnival and Circus Applications
The City Clerk's office also includes the following subdivisions:
Yolanda Y. Vigil, CMC
200 Lincoln Avenue, Room 215
Ph: (505) 955-6521