Learn About the Office of the City Clerk
The Office of the City Clerk directs the administrative functions of City Council as outlined in The Cities Act, 2002 and is also responsible for administering The Local Authority Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act.
The City Clerk is entrusted with maintaining, processing, and recording all proceedings and other records of the City Council and the City to include minutes, contracts, deeds, grants, ordinances, and resolutions. The Office of the City Clerk also maintains City bylaws, corporate records and the City of Regina Archives.
If you wish to appear before a committee and are uncertain which committee it would be, the Office of the City Clerk can assist you. You would also contact the Office of the City Clerk to request an item to be placed on City Council's or a committee’s agenda. The Office will contact you to discuss the request.
The Local Authority Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act promotes the openness and transparency of municipal government as well as the protection of an individual’s privacy. The Act enables any person to apply for access to records held by the City and establishes rules on how the City collects, uses and shares personal information.
For more information, contact Service Regina at 306-777-7000 or by using the “Contact Us” form.