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City Clerk's Office

City Clerk's Office

The City Clerk serves as Clerk of the Council, administers municipal elections; is the filing officer for campaign and economic interest statements required by the Political Reform Act; and is the custodian of the City seal. The City Clerk's Office is the records center for official actions of the City Council and the Successor Agency to the Fullerton Redevelopment Agency and is responsible for related agendas, minutes and public hearing notices. In addition, the Office receives claims and legal actions against the City, oversees the City's Records Management Program; maintains the Municipal Code, maintains registration / ownership certificates for City vehicles, attests and notarizes City documents and interacts with the City Council, City Staff and the general public on all related matters. The position of City Clerk is appointed and operates under statutory provisions of the California Government Code, the Elections Code and City ordinances and policies. The City Clerk's Office is a division of the City Manager's Office.

City Council Meetings & Agendas

Copies of the City Council agenda and supporting agenda letters are available:

  • At City Clerk's Office (1st floor of City Hall)
    • Starting at 5:00 p.m. on the Thursday before the meeting.
  • From the City's website
    • By 10:00 a.m. the Friday before the meeting.
  • In the Reference section of the Fullerton Main Library (next door to City Hall)
    • On the alternate Fridays that the City Hall is closed and on every Saturday prior to a meeting.
  • Agendas & Minutes Archive

City Council Meeting Broadcasts


Fullerton City Council meetings are broadcast live the day of the meeting on the City's government cable channel, Channel 3. Citizens must be Time Warner Cable subscribers to receive the broadcasts. In addition, each meeting is rebroadcast three times on Channel 3 in the week following a meeting. The rebroadcasts are shown at 6 p.m. the Wednesday and Sunday immediately following a meeting, and at 5 p.m. the Monday following a meeting.

Streaming (when available)

View Council Live!

Closed Captioning

YouTube Fullerton Meetings - Closed Caption is available on delay at the City Council Fullerton Meetings YouTube Channel

*YouTube is constantly improving its speech recognition technology. However, automatic captions might misrepresent the spoken content due to mispronunciations, accents, dialects or background noise.