- City Clerk
The city clerk is the official record keeper for the city and responsible for recording the council’s official actions in minutes, maintaining ordinances, resolutions, and agreements, coordinating records management and retention programs for the City.
The city clerk attends, coordinates, and facilitates all city council meetings, distribute agendas, take minutes and publicize all information which is required to be publicized by the law and maintains all city council records required by the city charter.
You can learn more about the clerks duties in the Georgia Municipal Association City Clerk Handbook.
City Clerk vs. Municipal Court Clerk
The city clerk does not mange matters related to the city's municipal court. If you wish to speak to someone regarding municipal court issues, such as tickets, court dates or questions regarding paying tickets online, please contact the municipal court clerk at (470) 809-7400 or e-mail the court clerk at [email protected] You may also visit the municipal court webpage for information that may assist you.
City Charter and Seal
The City of South Fulton City Charter was established in 2017 and a copy is on file in the clerk’s office. The city charter was amended in 2020 by an act of the Georgia General Assembly. The city clerk is the custodian of the official city seal and shall authenticate by his/her signature all documents adopted/accepted by the mayor and council.
The office will be responsible for city official signatures, affixing the city seal and maintaining records of all city contracts.
View contracts and agreements the City of South Fulton has agreed to.