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Department Overview

The City Clerk’s Office interfaces between residents and local government. It serves as the archivist of City records: providing public information and responding to requests for public records information; certifying and distributing ordinances and resolutions; publishing and posting legal notices; processing claims and lawsuits; and maintaining and distributing the South San Francisco Municipal Code.

The City Clerk also serves as the filing officer for Campaign Expenditure Statements required to be filed by candidates in municipal elections and Statements of Economic Interests filed by public officials and designated employees. Further, as Clerk of the Council, Successor Agency and Oversight Board, the City Clerk maintains legislative materials for these legislative bodies.

The City of South San Francisco’s elected officials are:

Statements of Economic Interests filed by the above listed elected officials may be obtained from:

City Clerk’s Office
South San Francisco City Hall
400 Grand Avenue
South San Francisco, CA 94080

or

Fair Political Practices Commission
1400 J Street, Suite 620 Street
Sacramento, CA 95814

Statements of Economic Interests for some local government agency elected officers may be available in an electronic format on the Fair Political Practices Commission website. To search on-line visit: