City Clerk

The City Clerk’s Office, as a division of the City Manager's Office, is responsible for maintaining the City’s legislative history; administering and supervising municipal elections; ensuring legislative compliance related to the Ralph M. Brown Act, Political Reform Act of 1974, and the California Public Records Act; administering the City’s record management program; compiling and maintaining all official city records and documents; administering oaths of office; preparing legal publications and notices; and the facilitation of regular, special, and emergency meetings of the City Council.

The City Clerk’s Office is also responsible for providing advice to City Council and staff liaisons to appointed boards and commissions on parliamentary procedures, agenda and minute preparation and posting, as well as supervising, coordinating and distributing City Council meeting agendas and related materials.

Interim City Clerk Operations Due to COVID-19 

  • Submit a Claim for Damages
  • To serve a subpoena – You may place documents in the City’s Drop box (with appropriate payment) and you’ll be notified via phone to confirm receipt  
  • To serve a summons – You may place in the City’s Drop box and you’ll be notified via phone to confirm receipt
  • Make a Public Records Request
  • To submit RFPs/Bids – Please call Purchasing at (310) 253-6550 for information on how to submit.
  • We no longer process passport applications. Find a passport acceptance facility on the U.S. Department of State website. 

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Mailing Address

City of Culver City  
ATTN: City Clerk’s Office
9770 Culver Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90232

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The lead local agency for this public health matter is the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health   


Department Head

Jeremy Bocchino