Welcome to the Town of South Palm Beach Clerk's Office! We hope you find this site useful in accessing the services that we offer.
The Town Clerk's Office is dedicated to providing an array of quality services to the public, Town Council and Town Manager. Our office is committed to providing access to Town government through open and accessible meetings, protecting and preserving Town documents and records; and conducting fair and democratic elections.
The Town Clerk serves as Clerk of the Town Council and is responsible for recording and maintaining the minutes of the Town Council, including the certification of all Ordinances and Resolutions. The Town Clerk is the Chief Municipal Election Official, the Town's records management liaison officer and the official custodian of the Town Seal.
The Town Clerk is the oldest public servants in local government, along with the Tax Collector. The Town Clerk's position can be traced throughout history to before biblical times. Then and now, the Town Clerk's Office serves as the direct link between the citizens of the community and their government. Professor William Bennett Munro wrote one of the first textbooks on Municipal Administration in which he stated: "No other office in municipal service has so many contacts. It serves the Mayor, the Town Council, the Town Manager, and all Administrative Departments without exception. All of them call upon it, almost daily, for some service or information. Its work is not spectacular, but it demands versatility, alertness, accuracy, and no end of patience. The public does not realize how many loose ends of the Town Administration this office pulls together."
If you have any questions or the need for services provided by the Town Clerk's Office, please call us Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., at 561-588-8889, and we will try to help you or point you in the right direction.
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