The Clerk is the custodian of the City seal and of all documents pertaining to the City including meeting minutes, ordinances, resolutions, contracts and agreements.

The City Clerk also administers oaths of office and publishes notices of public hearings, meetings, etc. The Clerk's office maintains voter registration files and conducts elections. The clerk also prepares and maintains city commission minutes and agendas. Administering elections is an ongoing responsibility, which includes conducting voter registrations, maintaining the Michigan Qualified Voter File, issuing absentee ballots and providing other voter assistance as necessary. 

Other responsibilities of the Clerk include acting as the city’s Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) coordinator; overseeing HR benefits and IT responsibilities for the city.

Birth, Death, Marriage and Court Records 

Are under the custody of the Clinton County Clerk, (989) 224-5140.


Available at the Clinton County Register of Deeds Office, (989) 224-5270.