The City Clerk’s Office maintains the official records of the City of Yuma government and responds to requests for public records.
The City Clerk’s Office maintains the official records of the City of Yuma government and responds to requests for public records on behalf of other City departments. Records specific to Police, Fire and Municipal Courts are not maintained by the City Clerk’s Office. Requests for those documents should be forwarded to the appropriate department.
Individuals wanting to view or purchase a copy of a City document may complete a Request for Public Records form and return to the City Clerk’s Office for processing. Completed forms may be returned electronically, via fax, mail or in person. The City Clerk’s Office responds to all requests promptly. The volume of information and complexity of each request dictates the response time. Copy charges for documents used for non-commercial purposes are 25 cents per page and 50 cents per page for documents used for commercial purposes. Individual prices apply to odd-sized documents, such as maps and plans, and for CDs and DVDs, and printed material.
More Recent News...
- Fire House Facts and Tips on Fire Safety
Fire House Facts for Sunday October 5, 2014 through Saturday October 11, 2014 and Tips on Fire Safety. Continued... 10/16/2014
- City of Yuma Road Report for October 16, 2014
This week's update of road construction projects: Fall Fog Seal to start October 20; Catalina Drive Reconstruction; 16th Street, Sunridge Drive; 16th Street, eastbound approach to Pacific; 16th Street, eastbound approach to Avenue C; and more. Continued... 10/16/2014
- 5th Annual Scary & Safe Trick or Treat at the Yuma Territorial Prison
The Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area, in cooperation with the Yuma Police Department, is pleased to announce the "Scary & Safe Trick or Treat" at the Yuma Territorial Prison on Halloween night from 5:30 to 8:00 pm. Continued... 10/14/2014
- City Invites Youth to Share, Then Bury, a Vision of Yuma's Future
Yuma's Centennial year continues with its next planned event coming soon, but first our youngest residents are invited to both predict Yuma's future and check their predictions 50 years later. Continued... 10/13/2014
- Mayor's Inaugural Address
I realized it isn't about the quotes; it isn't about the pictures, videos and the events. It is about the doing; the serving; the action. Continued...
- Public Meeting Agendas
- Pet Licenses
All dogs and cats over three months of age in the City of Yuma are required to be licensed and must either wear collars with the license tag attached or be microchipped and registered with the City licensing agent. Continued...
- City 73 & Ciudad 72
Our government access channels, City 73 and Ciudad 72, make access to public meetings more convenient to residents and facilitate involvement in local government decision-making. Continued...