The mission of the City Clerk's Office is to provide quality services created and designed in response to the needs of the citizens of the City of Tuskegee, elected officials, and other City Departments in an efficient, professional and timely manner.
While the City Clerk’s Office is the centralized location for official records and proceedings of the municipality; it is committed to being an attractive office that is progressive, responsive and hospitable.
Frequently Asked Questions
Fartima Bowen Clark serves as a primary contact to the City Council. MS. Clark prepares correspondence and agenda items for Council Members along with scheduling meetings and relaying messages from constituents.
Persons wishing to address city council must fill out a request to Address Council Form. This form can be downloaded from our website or may be picked up at the City Clerk’s office. The form must be submitted before 12:00 p.m. the Wednesday preceding the Council meeting.
All public records must be made in person. Persons wishing to request duplication of public records must make the request in writing. A Public Record Request form is available on the website and in the City Clerk’s office. All applications must be completely filled out and submitted to the clerk.
Minutes of City Council meetings are available for review in the City Clerk’s office. Copies of minutes can be obtained for a $4.00 (search fee) plus $1.00 per page. Requests for information may be filed with the City Clerk. Requests for public records maintained by other departments as designated agents of the City Clerk will be forwarded to the proper department. Copies of public records are available at a charge of $2.50 (search fee) plus 50 cents per page.
In such scenarios, documents must be submitted to the Assistant of the City Manager.