City Clerk's Office

City Clerk's Office Is Moving

La Oficina de la Secretaria Municipal se muda

Boards and Commission Meetings May Resume

BCC's are beginning to meet again. Until further notice and direction from the City Manager's Office, all meetings are to be conducted remotely through technological means (i.e., Microsoft Teams). Members of the public may listen in on the meetings from a computer, tablet or phone. To access the meeting, go to the agenda for the meeting you are interested in, and click on the meeting link. See screenshot below for example on login instructions if BCC is using Microsoft Teams:


To file a Claim, click on the following link:, download and fill out the Notice of Claim form and email it to

Our Mission

It is the Mission of the Office of the City Clerk to enable the public to fully participate in the governmental process, by providing accurate information and services in a professional manner, enabling the public to make informed decisions affecting the quality of their lives.

The City Clerk’s Office provides accurate, accessible and timely legislative information to various constituencies, including the Mayor and Council, city staff and the public. The primary function of the office is to provide administrative, clerical, and logistical support to the Mayor and Council; coordinate and administer records management throughout the city; conduct regular and special municipal elections in conformance with federal, state, and city laws and procedures; and administer the City of Tucson Campaign Finance Program.




Meeting Notices and Agendas for the Mayor and Council are posted at the City Clerk’s Office (255 W. Alameda, 9th floor) and on the Mayor and Council agenda web site at:

Meeting Notices and Agendas for the City’s Boards, Committees, and Commissions (BCC’s) are posted on the City Clerk’s web site at:

ADA Liaison for City Clerk's Office:  Ana Marrufo  837-4511

City of Tucson Office of Equal Opportunity Programs: Will Rivera  837-4010