Sheri Pierce, MMC
City Clerk E-mail
Deputy City Clerk
Deputy City Clerk E-mail
Records Manager E-mail
212 Chenega Ave.
Valdez, AK 99686
Ph: (907) 834-3408
Ph: (907) 834-3468
Fax: (907) 835-2992
Monday - Friday
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
The City Council appoints the municipal clerk. The clerk and her staff work for the legislative body. The clerk administers the City Council’s offices and serves as a conduit to the administration, the public, and other agencies for the City Council.
Mandated Duties of the City Clerk
The city clerk is responsible for:
Acting as the custodian of the city seal and the official records of the city
Publishing all legal documents as required by law
Recording and attesting to documents and codifying ordinances
Recording, filing, indexing, and safekeeping all proceedings of the council
Serving as registrar of the city and being responsible for calling for and supervising all city elections
The city clerk also serves as the public information officer for the city and is responsible for disseminating information to the media and public as needed.
To provide municipal election services, maintain the official records of all City Council proceedings, and perform other state and municipal statutory duties for elected officials, voters, city departments, and the public, in order that they may be guaranteed fair and impartial elections and open access to information and the legislative process.
Tue, Jan. 31
Public Accommodation Q4 Quarterly Tax Return Reminder
Sun, Apr. 30
Public Accommodation Q1 Quarterly Tax Return Reminder
Mon, Jul. 31
Public Accommodation Q2 Quarterly Tax Return Reminder
Press Release: City Council Votes to Accept City Manager Resignation
City Council voted Tuesday evening to accept the resignation of City Manager Dennis Ragsdale effective Jan. 3rd. Over the next several weeks, City Council will formally appoint an interim city manager to serve until a permanent replacement is identified.
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2017 Energy Assistance Registration @ City Hall thru Dec. 30th
The Energy Assistance Program helps local residents relieve winter energy costs. The program offers a credit of $550.00 per household towards either a residential electric account or a residential fuel oil account. Program registration is required.
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