City Clerk

A city clerk is one of the oldest public service positions, dating back to Ancient Greece. In the United States, the office of city clerk was one of the first to be established when early colonists set up local governments. Today, a city clerk is an elected or appointed senior official who is responsible for many administrative functions that relate to maintaining the public records of a municipality.

The City Clerk for the City of Craig provides a wide range of support to City Council and the public. Conducts municipal elections.  Administers liquor license process. Plans and organizes the city’s risk management programs. Coordinates and administers the compensation, benefits, employer and employee relation components of the personnel functions as defined in the city’s personnel policies manual.

Contact Information
Liz White - City Clerk
300 W. 4th Street
Craig, CO 81625
P: (970) 826-2008
F: (970) 826-2036
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