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City Clerk

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The City Clerk provides creative and service oriented solutions, delivering City Council support services to both internal and external customers. The City Clerk's Division works to provide information and services in an open, timely and user-friendly fashion.

Division services include election administration; maintenance of city records and information; support for City Council, Advisory Boards and Commissions; Municipal Code codification; political reform and lobbyist information; Domestic Partnership registration; processing and distribution of city mail; staffing the main reception area for City Hall; and legal support and filings.  Our City Clerk is Yvonne Quarker.

The City Clerk’s Office now accepts Online Payments for: 

  • Copies of Public Records
  • Lobbyist Registration/Re-Registration/Amendment Fees
  • Municipal Code Annual Supplement
  • Domestic Partnership Registration/Termination 

*Note: An invoice from the City Clerk’s Office for the service provided, is required prior to making an online payment.  Please contact the City Clerk’s Office at 323-848-6409, if you did not receive an invoice.**

Click here to make your payment now.

Contact this Division

  • Agendas and Minutes
    Download current/past agendas and minutes from City Council, Board and Commission meetings.
  • Campaign Finance Statements
    Campaign Finance Statements are required reporting forms for all candidates, incumbents and political committees regarding expenditures and contributions.    
     -- PAST ELECTIONS- Campaign Finance Statements 
    View candidate campaign finance statements from past elections ( for elections held prior to the March 2017 election).
  • Claim Form  (Online Claim Submittal Form)
    You can complete the Claim for Damages Form by clicking the link above or you can download the City of West Hollywood Claim Form here.
  • Domestic Partnerships
    The Domestic Partnership Program is a long-established way for couples to have their relationship recognized by the City of West Hollywood.
  • Election Information
    Get voter registration information, get information on elections in the City of West Hollywood, view past election results, and more. 
  • FORM 700 - Statement of Economic Interests
    Information on Form 700 filing requirements for City Councilmembers and the City Treasurer as well as information on obtaining copies of the filings.
  • FORM 806 - Agency Report of Public Official Appointments
    In accordance with FPPC regulations, the City Council adopted Form 806, which allows a councilmember to participate in the decision to appoint him/herself to a position that will result in additional compensation and directed the City Clerk to post the form to the City's website.
  • Lobbyist Registration
    Pursuant to West Hollywood Municipal Code Section 2.72.020, any Lobbyist shall register with the City Clerk prior to conducting any activities for the purpose of influencing any action by the City of West Hollywood.
  • Municipal Code
    Real time access to the current municipal code.
  • Policy for Tickets and Passes Received by the City of West Hollywood
  • Public Notices
    This area is used to post legal and public notices regarding City business. They include public hearing notices for the City Council and City Commissions, and Notices relating to BID Opportunities and Requests for Proposals.
  • Public Records
    Information on how you can view or obtain copies public records.
  • Code of Conduct [PDF]
    The City of West Hollywood adopted this Code of Conduct to define the role of elected and appointed officials in the governance of the City.
  • Americans with Disabilities Act
    Information on filing Title I, Title II and Title III complaints.