City Clerk

The City Clerk provides clerical services to the City of Mt. Morris boards and commissions by attending and recording the official minutes of those bodies. Other services of this department are listed below:

 

Official Archive Administration

The Clerk’s Office is responsible for the retention of all official records of the City. Records are kept in accordance with the official Records Retention Policy developed by the State of Michigan. Interested parties may view official City records during regular business hours. (For information regarding birth, death and/or marriage records please see the Genesee County Clerk’s Office.)

Requests for information submitted under the Freedom of Information Act should be directed to the City of Mt. Morris City Manager, 11649 N. Saginaw St., Mt. Morris, MI 48458.

 

Election Administration

The City Clerk acts as the Administrator for all City of Mt. Morris elections. Individuals are eligible to register to vote if they meet the following qualifications:

A United States citizen
A resident of the State of Michigan and a 30-day resident of the City of Mt. Morris
At least 18 years of age by Election Day.

Please see Elections under the General Information tab for further information.

 

Cemeteries

The City Clerk manages, sells lots, and arranged for burials in the municipally owned City of Mt. Morris Cemetery.

 

Notary Services

The Clerk’s Office provides notary service to city departments and the general public. A $5.00 fee is charged for this service. Customers interested in notary services should bring the document to be notarized and current picture ID. Please ensure the document is fully completed, but DO NOT sign the document prior to presenting it for notarization.

 

 


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