It is the mission of the City Clerk to accurately record and preserve the actions of the legislative bodies of Bullhead City, safeguard the vital, historic, and permanent records of the City, provide information and support to the City Council, staff, and the general public in a timely, courteous, and fiscally responsible manner, and administer free and open elections pursuant to State Statute.
The Office of the City Clerk functions as the Official Record Custodian, Official Custodian of the Seal of the City, Administrator of City Elections, and City Records Management and Records Disposition Program Administrator. The City Clerk is responsible for attending all City Council and Board/Commission meetings, keeping the official minutes of all meetings of the City Council and Boards/Commissions, assisting in the preparation of official documents, countersigning official documents, attesting to all City documents, codifying and recording all local laws, ordinances, resolutions and legal documents adopted by the City Council, recording official documents with appropriate agencies, researching public records requests, administering oaths and affirmations, processing liquor licenses, publishing legal notices, giving notice of public meetings as required by law, updating and distributing supplements to the Bullhead City Municipal Code.
The City Clerk’s Office prepares and posts all Notices of Meetings at three locations: Bullhead City Hall, 2355 Trane Road; Bullhead Fire Station #1, 1260 Hancock Road; and the Bullhead City Administration Complex, 1255 Marina Boulevard.
City Clerk’s Office, 2355 Trane Road, Bullhead City, Arizona 86442
Phone: 928-763-9400, Ext. 468, Fax: 928-763-0131