The City Clerk's Office is a division of the Municipal Clerk's Department. Richarda Duffy Momsen, the Municipal Clerk, serves as both the City Clerk and the Municipal Court Clerk.
The City Clerk's Division has six primary functions:
Repository of City Council Actions:
The City Clerk's Division is the repository of all City Council actions, among them: minutes, resolutions, ordinances, motions, agreements, contracts, leases. These records are on file and available for public review.
- City Council Meetings:
The City Clerk's Division is tasked with conducting the City Council and El Paso Mass Transit Board meetings; preparing the City Council agenda; taking minutes of the meetings; and distributing approved paperwork to affected parties.
The City Clerk's Division is responsible for maintaining records of board appointments made to City Boards by the Mayor and City Council, including maintaining financial disclosure documents for board members.
El Paso Municipal Court of Appeals:
The City Clerk's Division is the repository of records and clerk of the court for the El Paso Municipal Court of Appeals. Appellate opinions are available for public review.
Lobbyist Registration and Reporting:
The Municipal Clerk is responsible for maintaining registration and reporting forms for lobbyists.
Richarda Duffy Momsen