The City Clerk’s Department coordinates, assembles and disseminates City Council meeting agendas; provides clerical and administrative support to the City Council; records and maintains all City Council actions; prepares and distributes City Council meeting minutes; serves as custodian of official City records and the City seal; facilitates access to such records; coordinates municipal elections; receives nomination papers, campaign statements and all required filings pursuant to the Fair Political Practices Commission; advertises and receives bids and conducts bid openings; facilitate appointments to various Council advisory boards and commissions; and accepts all claims and subpoenas filed against the City
City Council Agendas
- Latest City Council Agendas and Minutes and video
- Archived Council Agendas and Minutes and video 2015 - 2007
- Archived City Council Agendas and Minutes
Commissions and Boards, Subcommittee and Committee Agendas
Municipal Elections are held in even-numbered year bi-annually. Districts 2 and 4 are elected simultaneously. Districts 1, 3 and 5 are elected simultaneously. Each Council Member must reside in the District that they represent.
- County of Riverside Registrar of Voters (these are links)
- Vote-by-Mail Ballot Application
- Voter Registration Form
- City Online Forms
- Public Record Request Form
- Claim Form
- City Council/Political Committees Campaign Disclosure Statements and Statements of Economic Interest forms
City Council Redistricting 2014
On May 13, 2014, the City Council adopted Resolution No. 2014-33, selecting map Plan 2b as the Council district reapportionment plan to be incorporated into an ordinance submitted to the voters for approval of an Elected Mayor and four (4) Council districts. Please click on the link below to access the Plan. On July 8, 2014, the City Council adopted Resolution No. 2014-67, calling municipal election placing a measure concerning the direct election of the Mayor and reapportionment of Councilmanic district on the municipal election ballot.
2011 Redistricting Information
California Elections Code 21600 requires that following each decennial federal census, the City Council adjust their district boundaries. Districts shall be as nearly equal in population as may be and shall comply with the applicable provisions of Section 1973 of Title 42 of the United States Code, as amended. To view information on that process click here.
Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC)
FPPC Filings Form 806
This form identifies any additional compensation that officials receive when appointed to positions on committees, boards or commissions of a public agency, special district, and joint powers agency or authority.
- View Current Form 806 01/15
- FPPC Web Site
- Campaign Forms and Manuals for Candidates and Committee
- Form 700: Statement of Economic Interests and Reference Pamphlet
Secretary of State