The Office of the City Clerk is responsible for a number of core functions including official records and elections. The City Clerk is responsible for maintenance of the city’s legislative history, administering special and general elections, coordinating all activities of City Council meetings in compliance with the Brown Act, managing council appointed boards, commissions, and committees and for ensuring compliance with the Political Reform Act and AB 1234. The City Manager serves as the City Clerk in the City of Soledad. The City of Soledad has a number of city boards, commissions, and committees on which residents and business owners can serve in an advisory position to the City Council. Councilmembers or their appointees additionally serve on regional boards, commissions, and committees in order to provide input, representation, and guidance on behalf of the community of Soledad. In most cases, you must be a resident of Soledad and a qualified elector (18 years of age or older) to serve. The City Clerk is happy to answer questions you may have concerning the boards, commissions, and committees and any current vacancies.
Our City Clerk tries to keep all publicly shareable files available in our file repository for browsing and downloading. If there are documents you need that are not shown, please contact our City Clerk to request them. Some documents might require a Public Records Request to be filled out prior to release and the clerk can walk you through that process.
248 Main Street • Soledad, CA 93960
Phone: 831-223-5000 • Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm