The city clerk, appointed by the City Council, serves as the official record keeper of the City of Rochester Hills and reports to the mayor on a daily basis. The responsibilities of the city clerk are defined by the City Charter, as well as state and federal law, and include the following:
Acting as the clerk of the
, which includes keeping a permanent journal of its proceedings, posting meetings, setting agendas, preparation and followup for agenda packets, mailing notices, reviewing minutes and related activities
Acting as the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) coordinator (all
should be submitted to the Clerk's Office)
Administering all oaths required by law
Administering Solicitor, Mechanical Amusement Device and No Trespassing licensing
Conducting federal, state and local
and maintaining voter registration records
Handling mail and postage for city offices
Overseeing city cemeteries: Van Hoosen Jones-Stoney Creek
(located at the intersection of Tienken and Sheldon roads) and historical cemeteries - Olde Stoney Creek and Brewster
Preparing requests for Class C liquor licenses
Publishing and posting notices of the city as required by law
Recording all births and deaths occurring within the city, including Crittenton Hospital
Serving as custodian of all papers, documents and records pertaining to the city, including ordinances, resolutions and actions of the City Council
1000 Rochester Hills Dr.
Rochester Hills, MI 48309
Monday - Friday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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