City Clerk


Anita Skinner was elected as City Clerk in November 2020.

The Suisun City Clerk is directly elected by city voters to carry out a variety of duties vital to the orderly operation of the City, including:

  • Attend meetings of the City Council, Successor Agency, Housing Authority and prepare minutes.
  • Coordinate agenda preparation and posting, and the work of Deputy City Clerk with regard to various Commissions, Committees and/or Boards.
  • Participate in administration of the Political Reform Act of 1974.
  • Serve as Suisun City's Elections Official and custodian of state-required election-related documents, including candidate filings and recall petitions.

Per City Council Resolution 2012-88, all other functions of the City Clerk enumerated in State Law or City Code are to be carried out by the Secretary to the City Manager/Deputy City Clerk, including:

  • Maintaining all City Council actions and directives.
  • Maintaining the City Code.
  • Filing public notices.
  • Maintaining public records, documents and files.
  • Preparing and publishing various state-mandated reports, including Local Appointment List, Ticket Distribution Policy and FPPC Form 806

The City Clerk's Office is located with the City Manager's Office at Suisun City Hall. The City Clerk's Office provides City Council support, including compilation and distribution of Council agenda packets, elections administration, and custodian of city records. The City Clerk acts as a compliance officer for federal, state and local statutes including the Political Reform Act, the Brown Act, and the Public Records Act.  The City Clerk provides administrative support to various City Commission, Committees and Boards.