City Clerk of Chicago

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The City Clerk of Chicago is in charge of record-keeping for the city of Chicago and its elections. When the Chicago City Council is in session, the City Clerk serves as council secretary. This position is a city-wide elected office.

The City Clerk's office is responsible for maintaining official city government records, distributing approximately 1.3 million vehicle stickers and residential parking permits, and issuing city business licenses.

The current city clerk is Susana Mendoza and she was elected as City Clerk in February, 2011 and sworn in May 16, 2011.[1]

Significant City Council transparency efforts have included posting nearly 700,000 pages of searchable City Council records to the City Clerk website, This includes every ordinance passed since 1981, as well as city budgets and mayoral Executive orders going back nearly 30 years. In addition, for the first time ever, City Council meetings can be watched live or on demand via a City Council video archive on the City Clerk's website,


  1. ^ "Biography". Susana Mendoza. Retrieved 2012-02-05. 

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