The City Clerk is appointed by the City Manager and reports to the City Manager. The City Clerk is responsible for the records of the city and as well as city elections.
Agendas, Minutes, Ordinances & Resolutions
While the records of yesterday were handwritten and later typewritten, today's agendas, minutes, ordinances, and resolutions are prepared on computers. While paper records are still maintained, records are now scanned and available for both San Luis staff and the general public. View any of the following links for more information:
Per Resolution No. 2289, passed and adopted by the Mayor and City Council of the City of San Luis on September 13, 2023, the designated official places for posting the city's public notices are as follows:
San Luis City Hall - 1090 E. Union Street, San Luis, AZ
San Luis Police Department - 1030 E. Union Street, San Luis, AZ
San Luis Municipal Court - 767 N. William Brooks Avenue, San Luis, AZ
San Luis Fire Station No. 2 - 3925 E. County 24th Street, San Luis, AZ
The City Clerk's Office is the information hub for the city as the custodian of city records and responds in a timely manner to requests for records from the public. In keeping with its position of neutrality and impartiality, the office receives and distributes to the proper department any citizen petitions and complaints.
Copies of public records are available through a Public Records Request (PDF) available online or at requested in person at the City Clerk's Office. Once a citizen has filled out a form, the City Clerk's Office routes the request to the proper department.
Upon receiving the information requested by the citizen, the City Clerk's Office will inform the citizen when the record is ready to be picked up. The fee per paper copy and/or e-mail is $.50 per page. Payment is due upon receipt of the records.