Online Public Records Center
The City’s online public records center, allows the public to conveniently search, view, and print City Council meeting agendas, minutes, resolutions, and ordinances without ever having to fill out a public records request form or visit City Hall. The online public records center
can be accessed through the City’s website under the “How Do I…” tab on the menu at the top of the page.
Documents found in the online public records center date all the way back to the City’s incorporation in 1956! Whether you’re working on a history project or just want to stay up to date on current events, the online public records center makes access to information more convenient and continues our commitment to transparency and organizational efficiency. For questions or more information about the online public records center, please contact the City Clerk’s Office at (714) 229-6683.