City Clerk

Responsibilities


The City Clerk’s office serves the citizens of Branson by maintaining and housing the records of the City while preserving the transparency of the City’s governmental processes.  The City Clerk is responsible for compiling information to be presented to the Board of Aldermen at its meetings, attending and digitally recording those meetings, and preparing the minutes documenting the Board’s actions.  The office is also the archivists of all official records of the City including minutes, ordinances, resolutions, contracts, leases, titles, liens, bids, and other vital documents along with the coordinating of the Branson Municipal Codebook

The City Clerk oversees the filing of candidates for municipal elections and prepares legal notices for those elections.  The Department is responsible for verifying the City is compliant with local, state, and federal requirements and supervises the compliance for contracts, grants, and other City documents.  They oversee the records and filings for the Quasi-Governmental Bodies of the City such as the Public Building Corporation, Industrial Development Authority, Transportation Development Districts, and Community Improvement Districts.  The City Clerk is the Custodian of Records and is the department to contact for Requests for Records.

The Department is responsible for maintaining the information and members for the City's Boards and Committees. Please click to see if there are any current openings.

The Branson Board of Aldermen established a process for use of tourism tax marketing revenues to fund special attractions, events, projects, and activities designed to attract additional visitors to Branson and to add marketing and promotional value for the City.  For more information, consult the Contingency Fund application.

The City Clerk’s office serves multiple functions that include housing the offices of the Municipal Court

Services

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