Beginning July 1, Tempe City Council Chambers will be under renovation. Please check the agenda of the board or commission meeting you are interested in attending to see where the meeting will be hosted.
Tempe City Council will meet at Tempe History Museum,
809 E. Southern Ave., through approximately February 2020.
The City Clerk’s Office is responsible for maintaining the official records of the City government, overseeing the preservation and accessibility of public records, providing notice of all City Council proceedings and recording actions taken by the City Council, conducting fair and open municipal elections, and administering the City’s Boards and Commissions and Lobbyist Registration programs. The City Clerk also serves as the filing officer for the City.
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