Measure Q - City of Ontario Local Services Measure
For more information, visit OntarioCA.gov/MeasureQ
Your Elected City Clerk has the legal responsibilities described in California Government Code Sections 40800, et seq. Specifically, the City Clerk attends all of the City Council Meetings and keeps accurate records of City Council proceedings as well as oversees City Elections. The Council Meetings are held on the first and third Tuesday of each month unless otherwise noted. Agendas and Minutes of said meetings are available on the web page.
The City Clerk / Records Management Department Supervises and coordinates City elections; Serves as Filing Officer for City appeals as designated by various sections of the Ontario Municipal Code; Prepares and updates the City's Conflict of Interest Code, and serves as Filing Officer for the Fair Political Practices Commission; Receives and opens all sealed bids and formally releases bid bonds; Receives, processes and maintains claims, public record requests, special event applications, summonses and complaints; Assists the public and City staff by providing information and research assistance; Directs the retention and destruction of official records in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.
The Department also handles the processing of applications for all City Boards and Commissions.
Visit San Bernardino County Registrar Of Voters for election information.
Visit the California Legislative Information website for state code information.