The City Clerk is appointed by the City Manager/Depity City Manager and is responsible for the following:
- Preparation and distribution of official City Council Agendas, legal and legislative documents and City Council Minutes. The City Clerk ensures that the City Council meetings are conducted in accordance with the Brown Act and is responsible for publication and posting of all legal notices related to public hearings or other actions of the City Council.
- Attends all City Council meetings and is entrusted with recording actions taken by the legislative body.
Manages many public records of the City, including ordinances, resolutions, minutes of the City Council, agreements, elections-related documents, campaign disclosure filings, contracts, deed and many others.
Coordinates updating the City of Escalon Municipal Code. The Escalon Municipal Code is a compilation of city laws and regulations and is accessible online and at City Hall.
Serves as the Election Official for the City and coordinates with the San Joaquin County Department of Elections for General Municipal Elections.
Serves as the filing officer for the Fair Political Practices Commission regulations.
Receives and processes liability claims, summons, appeals and suits related to city government. (Claim Form)
Prepares and manages the Legislative Department operating budget.
The City Clerk’s office is located in City Hall at
2060 McHenry Avenue
Escalon, CA 95320
Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm (closed 12 – 1pm)
Contact the Deputy City Clerk at CityClerk@cityofescalon.org or (209) 691-7422.