The City Clerk’s Office is responsible for preservation of, and accessibility to the official City records and legislative actions; to administer and conduct elections ensuring the integrity of the democratic process; provides support to the City Council, City staff and the public in a courteous, timely, and efficient manner.
Attend meetings and process the legislative actions of the City Council (i.e. minutes, ordinances, resolutions, agreements, contracts, etc.)
Publication and posting of legal notices in compliance with Ralph M. Brown Act
Update the City's Conflict of Interest Code
Administers the citywide records management program
Administers Oaths of Office to newly elected officials and appointed commission members
Coordinates the codification of the South El Monte Municipal Code
Maintaining all original deeds and easements
City Clerk serves as the Filing Officer for the Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) and coordinates the filing of all campaign disclosure statements and Statements of Economic Interest (Form 700)
City Clerk serves as the City's Election Official
Provides Access to information and public records in compliance with the Public Records Act
In addition, the City Clerk's Department attests, seals, and/or certifies official documents and coordinates document recording with the County Recorder's Office.