Welcome to the Office of the City Clerk. The City Clerk serves as a direct link between residents of Buckeye and the government, and is responsible for promoting transparency in local government by adhering to open meeting law and properly managing and distributing public records. The Clerk accepts legal documents on behalf of the city and serves as the official custodian of those legal documents and of the city’s historical records. City elections are administered by the Clerk who acts as the election official. The Clerk holds the official seal of the city, manages the City’s Code of Ordinances, conducts research and coordinates standards of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Duties and roles of the City Clerk are governed by state and local authority.
The City Clerk exists to administer and safeguard the integrity of the municipal government process. The Clerk’s goals are to consistently provide high quality local government services to promote public participation, growth opportunities and fiscal responsibility. The City Clerk’s Office strives to support the vision of the city by carrying out our duties impartially and objectively so as to reinforce confidence in the highest standards of ethical integrity. Professionalism and superior standards of internal and external customer service are key to fulfilling this role.
- Meeting Agendas and Minutes
- Arizona Open Meeting Law
- Public Records
- Public Notices
- Mayor and Council
- Boards and Commissions
- City of Buckeye Code of Ordinances
- ADA / Accessibility
- City of Buckeye Rules of Procedure
- Special Event Liquor License Application
Lucinda Aja, City Clerk
Summer Stewart, Deputy City Clerk
Lizbeth Camacho, Records Administrator/ ADA Coordinator
Brittny Woods, Administrative Assistant