City Clerk’s Office
The Office of the City Clerk provides administrative, research and legislative support to the mayor and City Council of Kansas City, Mo. This includes processing ordinances, resolutions and all related documents. The city clerk is appointed by the mayor and City Council, and her office provides staff support to the various council committees.
The City Council holds weekly committee meetings each Wednesday. The council meets for business sessions and legislative sessions every Thursday.
The Clerk publishes agendas for these public meetings and the current dockets. The meetings can be watched live on Channel 2. The video of each meeting is archived so that you can watch the meeting online at any time using the video on demand system.
The procedures for these meetings are outlined in the Standing Rules for the City Council. For a description of the legislative process, please click here.
The city clerk also keeps archives of all ordinances and resolutions. You can also track the progress of ordinances and resolutions through the legislative process.
You can also find information about the City Charter, the semi-annual docket and the election calendar.
Business session: The City Council of Kansas City, Mo., holds business sessions scheduled every Thursday at 1:30 p.m., in the committee room on the 10th floor of City Hall.
Legislative session: The City Council’s legislative sessions are held every Thursday at 3 p.m., in the Council Chamber on the 26th floor of City Hall.
Meeting times are subject to change with 24-hour notice. Please contact the City Clerk’s Office at 816-513-3360, if you have any questions.
The Office of the City Clerk also keeps records of all boards and commissions, plus the membership list for each of those groups, as well as a schedule of upcoming meetings.