Election Day for City Council Seats 4 & 5 is March 13, 2018.
All Councilmembers are elected at large and serve four-year terms. Candidates must be qualified voters of the City, at least eighteen years of age, and have continuously resided in the City for at least one year prior to the start of qualifying. In order to qualify for office, signatures of 250 registered voters of the city of Clearwater must be obtained on petition cards. The petition cards will be provided to potential candidates by the City Clerk.
The Official Records and Legislative Services Department is the custodian of the city’s current and historical knowledge. It is the city's objective to receive, organize, maintain preserve and disseminate this knowledge.
In furthering the City Council’s Strategic Direction of providing cost effective municipal services and infrastructure through efficiency, the department coordinates the city’s legislative priorities, assists with grant programs in efforts to optimize funding opportunities, coordinates municipal and employee elections and assesses property owners for improvements.
THE CUSTODIAN OF PUBLIC RECORDS:
ROSEMARIE CALL, CITY CLERK
112 S. OSCEOLA AVE.
CLEARWATER, FL 33756
Please use this contact form if you have comments or questions for the Clerk, use the form below for records requests.
TEL: (727) 562-4093
FAX: (727) 562-4086
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