Amanda Askew, Acting City Clerk
(904) 270-2400 Ext. 30 - Fax (904) 270-2433
The City Clerk is a Charter Officer and serves at the will and direction of the City Council. She provides support at all Council meetings and official functions of the Council. The City Clerk’s office publishes public notices for City Council meetings, prepares the agenda and supporting documents for City Council meetings, transcribes the minutes of the meetings, and provides general clerical support for the Mayor and Council Members.
Mayor & Council Emails: The City Clerk receives all incoming emails for all City council members and will distribute them to each Council member. It is not necessary to send an email to each individual council member separately. All emails are public record and are also copied to the press. Anyone that does not want their email address made public should contact the council member by telephone.
Public Records: The City Clerk is also the custodian of city records. All records are open to the public. You can use our site to search for agendas, minutes, ordinances and resolutions. If you cannot find the information you are searching for on the site please contact the City Clerk’s office at 270.2400 x 30.
Property Liens / Assessments: The City Clerk’s office will provide a certified statement of liens or assessments owed to the City on any property located within our boundaries. This information is usually requested by title companies for real estate transactions. Beginning October 1, 2015, the City of Neptune Beach will begin charging $40.00 (per parcel or address) for lien letters if the request is for a 5 business day turnaround period. There will be an $80.00 charge for a 24 to 48 hour turnaround period. To request a lien letter please provide a written request with the name of the property owner, address, and real estate number along with a check made payable to:
The City of Neptune Beach
City Clerk’s Office
116 First Street
Neptune Beach, FL 32266
Elections: The City Clerk is the Supervisor of Elections for all city elections and works closely with the Duval County Supervisor of Elections to coordinate the election of City Council members. Elections take place on the first Tuesday following the first Monday in November of all even numbered years. The term of office begins on the first Tuesday in December and is a four year term. If you are interested in running for a council seat please contact the City Clerk.
Mission Statement: The mission of the City Clerk’s office is to provide high quality customer service to the City Council, general public, city staff and other government agencies. We pledge to be neutral and impartial in rendering equal service to all.
February 21, 2017
Workshop & Special City Council Meeting
February 6, 2017
Regular City Council Meeting
January 17, 2017
Special & Workshop City Council Meeting
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